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Krishna Janamashtami prayers held for world peace, end of COVID-19 pandemic: Raman Suri
8/12/2020 11:47:59 PM

Early Times Report

JAMMU, Aug 12: To upkeeep the tradition of Shri Krishna Janamashtami Pooja and also abide by Government advisories of maintaining social distancing and not crowding any place during this COVID-19 pandemic, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) J&K Executive Member, Raman Suri, today took a unique initiative and organised a Virtual Bhajan Sandhya at his own residence. The entire programme was Live telecasted on social media, so that people could become part of the Janamashtami prayers and immerse themselves in the devotion of Krishna through Bhajans dedicated to Him. The Bhajan Sandhya began by lighting of the Traditional Lamp in front of the deity by Sh. Romesh Suri, father of Raman Suri, in presence of his family members. Thereafter, devotional Krishna songs and bhajans were recited by extremely talented artists of Jammu Jeewan Sharma, Nirmal Koul, Pallavi Koul alongwith the music played on Flute by Rakesh Anand, Tabla by Darbari Lal, Octapad by Rohit Maratha, Synthesizer by Parshotam Kumar and Sound by Happy, under the able guidance of Akash Dogra of Natya Roots while strictly maintaining social distancing. The bhajans were so melodious that there were tears of devotion in everyone’s eyes and all the hearts were brimming with love for the deity. Heartfelt obeisance was paid to Lord Krishna. Special prayers were also held for world peace, good global health and end of COVID-19 pandemic. The viewers joined in huge numbers during the Live Programme on social media. Viewers appreciated this move of Raman Suri and said that even though temples are closed due to COVID-19 but this programme made them felt as if they were attending a Bhajan Sandhya in a Krishna Temple itself, while sitting at home.
Speaking on the occassion, Raman Suri thanked the artists for taking out time for this programme and giving people the opportunity to celebrate Krishna birth through such melodious bhajans. He also thanked the viewers who joined the programme on Facebook Live and other social media channels and extended warm Janamashtami wishes to all. He further said, internet has binded everyone together in this pandemic, so we should spread positivity and pray together virtually, so that this pandemic is over soon. He also honoured the artists and hoped that very soon such programmes will be held in public after pandemic is over.
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