By Rons Bantwal
Arriving as a devotee of a temple prepared by heart & hard work
Maha Governor Bhagat Singh Koshari's assurance for the renewed Gokula
BSKBA (Gokula) Delegation Visit to the Raja Bhavan with Dr. Suresh Rao
Let Gokula be a geographically:Governor Bhagat Singh
Mumbai, Jan.17: Gopalakrishna Public Trust and BSKB Association Mumbai (Gokula) President Dr. Suresh S.Rao Kateel visited the Raja Bhavan here in Mumbai on Monday evening and informed the Governor of Maharashtra, Bhagat Singh Koshyari, about the rebuilding of Sri Krishna Mandir and Gokula in Sion under the aegis of two organizations.
Shree Krishna Mandir Gokula is geographically infested with all his hard work. The renovation of the fast-paced Gokula new building, a religious festival, seeks to be fully involved. I am trying to find this special type of Gokula that has been built in tens of millions. May all their wishes be fulfilled as per the grace of Lord Krishna. Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari said that he will come to the temple as devotee and seek blessing from Lord Krishna.
Bombay South Kanara Brahmin’s Association (BSKBA) founded by elders who came to Mumbai from Tulunadu on the coast of Karnataka and completed nine successive decades of success (96 years) He convinced the governor about the renovation of Krishna Mandir. Similarly to the Governor of the association, Gokulwani, the Gokula Plans: Goal 2020, Senior Citizens 'Shelter, set up in Nerul, Mumbai, 12 years ago. Suresh Rao said. The work of Gokula Shri Krishna Mandir is almost complete and it is ready for the re-installation of the Krishna Mandir, a religious service. However, Krishna Mandir, Gokula Inauguration of the new building, Brahma kalashotsavam and religious festival was scheduled to perform in February, but with Omikron as a precautionary measure postponed the same in May Dr. Suresh Rao said.
BSKBA Vice President Vamana Holla, Gulabi Krishna Bhandary Charitable Trust’s Founder Chairman Dr. Shivarama K. Bhandary, Shetty and Naik Associates Chief CA. Jagdish B. Shetty (Suratkal) and Karnataka Patrakartara Sangha Maharashtra’s President Rons Bantwal were present.