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Thursday, January 31, 2013 4:10:33 PM (IST)  

Narayana Seva Samithi holds Akhanda Bhajan Mahotsava

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Dubai, Jan 31: The 6th Akhanda Bhajan Mahotsava was organized by Dubai’s Narayana Seva Samithi at Karama Center hall recently.

The Akhanda Bhajan / traditional Ekaho (Ekko) Mahotsava was organized to mark the Samithi’s 6th anniversary.

The Samithi was founded by a few like-minded individuals who believe that service to humanity is indeed service to God.

In February 2007, the first service activity of Narayana Seva Samithi was held where they distributed ration to labour camps in Dubai. Since then, more volunteers have joined hands, and their service activities have also increased manifold.

The programme started at 6am with the lighting of the Akhanda Jyoti. Various satsang and bhajan groups from across the UAE and Oman participated in the Mahotsava.

The mangala aarti at around 8 pm was followed by serving of ‘Maha Prasada’ to all devotees.



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Comments on this article
Shailesh Shenoy, Mumbai/Dubai
Sunday, February 03, 2013

It was a well organised and excellent programme well covered by Daiji. Thanks Daiji.

Girish Kamath, Kokkarne / Dubai
Sunday, February 03, 2013

It is a great pleasure to be part of this splendid programme year after year. Thank you for the coverage, Daiji!

Anand, Thekkatte
Thursday, January 31, 2013

Thanks Daiji for the nice coverage

 
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