About Gyan | Aug 3, 2021 | 0
Naidunia Sarvdharm Prarthana Jabalpur : Lord keep everyone healthy
Jabalpur, Regional Team. Our own people are no longer with us due to the Corona pandemic. There are many people who are still admitted in hospitals. In such a situation, with a tribute to the departed and wishing for the well being of the patients admitted in the hospitals, AboutGyan organized Sarva Dharma Prarthana at Mahakosala, Vindhya. On June 14, at 11 o’clock in the morning, everyone paid tribute to the departed by observing a two-minute silence from their respective places. Also prayed to the Lord that those who are admitted in the hospitals get well soon. People of all religions participated in the AboutGyan Sarvadharm Prayer. Following the Kovid protocol, people also joined government, non-government offices, political parties and religious places to pay tribute.
In Shahdol, Collector Dr. Satyendra Singh, along with his subordinate departmental officers and employees, paid tribute to the peace of the souls of those who died during the Corona period by observing a 2-minute silence in the Virat Auditorium at exactly 11 o’clock and wished the people admitted in the hospital. .
Naidunia Sarvdharm Prarthana Jabalpur Everyone together remembered those who are no longer with us
In Manpur in Umaria district, people involved in the all-religion prayer paid homage to the departed and prayed for the recovery of the sick.
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In Narsinghpur, Collector Vedprakash paid tribute at the Collector’s office in the prayer of all religions. During this the employees were also present.
In Damoh, Collector SK Chetanya along with all the officers offered all religion prayers.
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A prayer meeting was organized in Shahdol’s Gurdwara by keeping a silence of 2 minutes.
A prayer meeting was organized by keeping a silence of 2 minutes at Jawa Tehsil Headquarters of Rewa district.
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A prayer meeting was organized by keeping a silence of 2 minutes at Brahma Kumari Ashram in Rewa.
On Monday in Narsinghpur district, there was participation of common and special people of all religions, sects in the Sarvadharma Prarthana organized at 11 am on the initiative of AboutGyan in Narsinghpur district. Everyone prayed to their respective Aradhya-Ishta, wishing them peace and good health for those affected by the infection, their speedy recovery for those who died untimely during the Kovid period. Prayers were held in temples, churches, gurudwaras, jinnalayas, while in the mosques of the district, people of Muslim society prayed. There was active participation of various business, social organizations including common citizens, administrative officials, public representatives in the Sarva Dharma Prayer. Everyone at their home, office, public places with their acquaintances folded their hands for prayer at 11 o’clock in the morning, kept silence for two minutes.
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In Seoni, people of all religions of Veer Homes Colony located in Lugharwada of the city organized Sarva Dharma Prarthana at 11 am on Monday on the initiative of AboutGyan. In this, by lighting a candle, the departed soul from Corona wished for peace and speedy recovery of the people fighting Corona. Everyone observed two minutes silence to pay tribute to the departed.
The traders’ union also paid tribute in Damoh.
Teachers and advocates also paid tribute in Tendukheda, Damoh.
Prayers were held at Gotegaon in Narsinghpur district.
Shahar Qazi Pesha Imam Hazrat Allama Maulana Qari Zubair Alam at Waqf Jama Masjid Gadarwara in Narsinghpur prayed to Allah for the elimination of Corona from India. Dignitaries of the city including Masjid Sadar Mahmud Pehelwan Seth, Abrar Bhai participated on this occasion.
Pradeep Singh Gehlot Principal, Rajendra Singh Baghel, Poonam Tripathi, Rambhushan Tiwari, Neelima Kamal Sahu, Sanju Sharma, Ramkumari Singh, Pramod Dwivedi, Deepika Wadhwani, Archana Rajak etc. paid tribute at the place of Umaria in High School Khalesar.
Seoni MLA Dinesh Rai held a two-minute silence at the district hospital along with doctors and nurses, on the initiative of AboutGyan, organized an all religion prayer meeting, praying for the peace of the departed soul from Corona and the speedy recovery of the people fighting Corona.
In Dindori, Rotary Club paid tribute to the departed by organizing an all-religion prayer meeting at Bharat Mata Chowk on the initiative of AboutGyan.
Prayers were held at Carmel School, Kareli, Narsinghpur.
Devotees offered prayers at Siddha Mahakaleshwar Dham of the city in Seoni.
Prayers were offered by Digambar Jain Samaj in Kareli of Narsinghpur.
Everyone paid tribute at Umaria collector’s office.
In Umaria, BJP offered prayers at Gandhi Chowk.
Doctors and staff nurses praying by observing silence in Shahdol District Hospital.
Officers and employees praying at the municipal office of Seoni.
People of the office including President Pankaj Singh Tekam paying tribute to the dead due to corona infection at the initiative of AboutGyan in Municipal Council Office, Dindori.
Prayers offered at the city’s CNI Church in Seoni.
Tributes were paid to the people who died from Corona by the Sarva Dharma Prarthana Sabha of AboutGyan in Katni. To pay tribute to the dead during the Corona transition period, Katni District City Congress Committee organized Sarva Dharma Sabha at Krishi Upaj Mandi, Katni and paid tribute to the dead. On this occasion, District City Congress President Mithlesh Jain, Rajiv Gandhi Panchayati Raj Organization President Girish Garg Advocate, former member of Agricultural Produce Market Shiv Kumar Yadav, former Municipal Corporation councilor Raj Kishore Yadav and hundreds of women workers were present.
At the Dindori District Congress Office, District President Virendra Bihari Shukla Congress along with other office bearers on the initiative of AboutGyan paid homage to the souls who died of corona virus in peace.
Additional SP Sunil Shivhare paying tribute with the employees and officers in the SP office.
In Dindori, under the guidance of BJP District President Narendra Rajput, BJP Mandal President Shahpura Ghanshyam Kachwaha, under the guidance of General Secretary Surendra Sahu, on the initiative of AboutGyan, two minutes of silence was paid to pay tribute to the people who died due to Corona. On this occasion, Divisional President Ghanshyam Kushwaha, Divisional General Secretary Surendra Sahu, Divisional Vice President Rajesh Gupta, Vishnu Awadiya, Tulsi Das Gupta, Krishna Sahu, Manoj Kushwaha, Chulla Sahu, Raghuvar Awadiya, media in-charge Ashish Gautam, Satyam Pathak, Satyendra Jain, Saurabh Gupta , Mahesh Gulwani, Rahul Raikwar, Yogendra Sahu were present.
In Satna, a prayer meeting was held behind the Shri Gurdwara Nanak Durbar City Kotwali in Satna for the peace of the departed souls during the Corona period. During this Gurdwara Sabha President Lajpal Singh Bhatia, Malkinder Singh Soi, Ravindra Singh Sethi, Trilochan Singh Bawa, Giani Paramjit Singh, Kulwinder Singh Matharu, Tajinder Singh Bagga, Ajit Namdev, Vijay Gupta attended.
Medical staff at Anuppur district hospital paid tribute to the deceased.
The staff posted at ART Center District Hospital, Seoni paid tribute to the departed souls by observing a silence of 2 minutes.
In Dindori, MLA Bhupendra Maravi, Shahpura Block Congress President Amit Kushwaha along with other office bearers paid tribute to the deceased on the initiative of AboutGyan.
In the Durga temple of Shahdol, priest Jayant Raj Tiwari kept silence with the devotees in the temple premises.
Balaghat MLA and former Agriculture Minister Gauri Shankar Bisen also paid homage to the departed by participating in the all-religion prayer program and wished the victims to get well.
As part of the program of Sarva Dharma Prarthana in Balaghat, tribute was paid to the departed in the Gurudwara and wished the corona victims to recover.
All religion prayer was organized in Balaghat collector’s office in the main presence of Collector Deepak Arya.
Prayers were held in the church as part of an all-religion prayer organized by Father at Willivers Church in Mandala. Tributes were paid to those who died in the second wave of Corona.
Religious leaders, priests and devotees paid homage to the departed and prayed for the recovery of the sick at the Shri Prannath Temple in Panna.
Devkinandan Soni, president of Jan Utthan and Awareness Sangh and members paid tribute in Panna.