Mumbai: Sainath Mitra Mandal holds annual pooja

Rons Bantwal

Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (EP)

Mumbai, Jan 20: Sainath Mitra Mandal, Colaba held their 34th annual Satyanarayana Pooja and Saibaba Pooja at Sai Sadan, Colaba on January 19.

Sai Abhisheka, Homa, Satyanarayana Pooja, Sai Maharathi, Anna Santarpane and Saibaba’s Bhandara were held. Vidwan Laxminarayana Bhat performed the rituals, distributed Theertha Prasada and blessed the devotees.

The fair is being held for over three and a half decades in the leadership of Kadandale Suresh S Bhandary, managing trustee of Kachuru Nageshwara temple, Barkur and managing director of Manifold cooperative credit society limited.

Maharashra Vidhan Sabha speaker, BJP Maharashtra vice president Kripashanker Singh, Bhandary Seva Samithi Mumbai president Prabhaker P Bhandary, former president, advocate R M Bhandary, advocate Shekar S Bhandary, Gulabi Krishna Bhandary charitable trust founder Dr Shivarama K Bhandary, south Mumbai MNS vice president Arvind Gavde, RTI activist Anil Galgalagi, Congress leader Chandresh Dhube Asalfa, Ganesh Kumar, Suresh P Kotian, Dharmapal P Kotian, Sunil Ameen and others had arrived.

Sainatha Mitra Mandali president Kadandale Suresh S Bhandary, Shobha Suresh Bhandary, Megha Saurabh Bhandary and master Aryaman Saurabh Bhandary welcomed the devotees. Saurabh Suresh Bhandary rendered a vote of thanks.


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