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3-day historic Sudh Mahadev Mela begins
6/16/2019 11:20:24 PM
Early Times Report

Udhampur, June 16: 3-day historic Sudh Mahadev Mela in Chenani tehsil begins here today. Thousands of devotees from different parts of the country thronged and paid obisense at historic Sudhmahadev temple and sought blessings of Lord Shiva on the first day.
District Development Commissioner, Udhampur, Dr Piyush Singla, inaugurated the mela which started with lighting of the traditional lamp and followed by Saraswati Vandhana presented by the students of Kendriya Vidyalaya Chenani. Bhartiya Lok Sangeet Kala Sangathan Jammu presented welcome address on the occasion. While addressing the gathering, the DDC extended greetings to the people saying that such events immensely help towards promoting state's culture and tradition. "Such fairs depict rich cultural and religious heritage and are helpful in strengthening the bond of brotherhood and communal harmony among the people of all faiths", he asserted.
DDC appealed the people to extend their cooperation to the district administration in effective implementation of "Back to Village" programme being launched by J&K govt from 20th to 27th June.
Later, the DDC paid obeisance at the temple of Lord Shiva and prayed for peace and prosperity of the state.
The cultural troop from KV Chenani including local folk artist Vijay and party presented folk dance and cultural programme depicting the traditions of the area.
DDC also appealed youths to join hands with district administration in Nasha Mukti Abhiyan and participate in Khelo India programme to create a healthy society.
Among others, Additional SP, Rajinder Katoch, Sub Divisional Magistrate Chenani, Abdul Sattar, Tehsildar Chenani, (Mela Officer), Ajay Kumar Saraf besides senior officers of different departments, pilgrims, prominent citizens and Local Mela Committee members were also present on the occasion.
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