Monday, January 4, 2010

New Year Celebration with Hindu Tradition

Yesterday it was a good luck that I got a chance to join the devotional and divine programme organized by Shri Shyam Snehi Sankirtan Mandal (Regd.) at the premises of “Laxmi Bhagwan Niwas Mandir”, Mohalla Loharan, Jagadhri. My father Sh. Suresh Kumar Arora Advocate who is the Hon’ble President of Laxmi Trust (Regd.), Jagadhri is also a renowned Trustee of this Temple for the last more than 20 years. In this temple, there is a great environment like Vrindavan. In front of the Divine Photograph of Sh. Chhail Chhabile Lal Ji, all type of Kirtan programmes are being held there for the last more than 59 years.  Also the devotees of this temple made an arrangement for this type of Kirtan Programme on the very first Sunday of every new year.  So, in this year also they welcomed the Near Year 2010 in this manner.

Divine Photograph of Shri Chhail Chhabile Lal Ji

It was a continue kirtan of Mahamantra “Hare Krishan Hare Krishan Krishan Krishan Hare Hare, Hare Ram Hare Ram Ram Ram Hare Hare” also held in the Divine Presidency of Sh. Chhail Chhabile Lal Ji, the transcendental God of Shri Shyam Snehi Sankirtan Mandal for a period of twelve hours.

The Divine Statues of Shri Radhika Rani & Sh. Krishna alongwith two Sakhies in "Laxmi Bhagwan Niwas Mandir", Jagadhri

Closeup of the statues of Shri Radhika Rani & Shri Krishna Dev

Many of the renowned singers were present in this programme like Sh. Ashok Vig (T-Series Fame), Smt. Babli (Famous Bhajan Singer), Kumari Priyanka (Live Bhajan Singer) etc. All of them made all the devotees absorbed into the BHAKTI RAS. Many of the devotees were dancing on the holy beats of Mridanga, Tabla & Dholak etc.

During the programme there was an arrangement of Community Meal (Bhandara) for the devotees who were coming from far and wide places from all over the Districts.

The Devotees present in the programme

The programme ended with the Divine Maha Aarti of Sh. Chhail Chhabile Lal Ji, Goddess Radha, Shri Hanuman and other Gods and Goddesses. At the last moment, the Maha Prasadam was distributed among the crowd.


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