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Dera Baba mela concludes
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REASI, Apr 13 : Over 32,000 devotees Banda Bahadur paid obeisance at the historic Gurudwara situated at Dera Baba on the bank of river Chenab in Reasi during three day Baisakhi Mela and Dharmik Sammelan, which concluded here today.

The devotees hailing from various parts of Jammu province and adjoining states Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi and other parts of the country participated with great enthusiasm and gaiety in the and sought blessings of Dera Baba Bandha Bahadur shrine.

The 300-year-old Dera Baba Bandha Bahadur is a historic Gurudwara, having samadhi of Bandha Bahadur. The ashes of Bandha Bahadur an arrow given to him by Guru Gobind Singh and other weapons, including a huge sword and other belongings of the Baba were displayed in the mela for devotees. The Gurdwara Management Committee of Dera Baba had made arrangements for the stay of devotees, besides serving free community langer.

During last day of the mela, Deputy Commissioner, Reasi, Nirmal Sharma visited the shrine and took part in the celebrations which were organized by the Gaddinasheen of Dera Baba Mahant Jatinder Paul Sodhi in the evening.

Speaking on the occasion, DC the recollected sacrifices made by Baba Banda Bahadur for the sake of the humanity. She asked the people to strictly follow the path shown by Dera Baba Bandha Bahadur to serve the poor and downtrodden people of the society irrespective of their caste, creed and colour.

She also congratulated the people on this auspicious occasion and said such occasions teach us a lesson of national integration and inspire us to strengthen the hands of mutual brotherhood.

On the occasion, a free medical camp organized by the Charitable Acupuncture Hospital, Ludhiana was also held at Dera Baba where large number of patients suffering from various ailments were treated free of cost.

The District Administration also had made arrangements of drinking water, power supply and sanitation at the mela site. The police have made security arrangements to maintain law and order.


News Updated at : Saturday, April 13, 2013
 
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