श्रीराम जय राम जय जय राम, শ্ৰীৰাংজয়ৰাংজয়জয়ৰাং, শ্রীরাম জয় রাম জয় জয় রাম , શ્રીરામ જય રામ જયજય રામ, ಶ್ರೀರಾಮಜಯರಾಮಜಯಜಯರಾಮ, ശ്രിറാം ജയ് റാം ജയ്‌ ജയ് റാം, శ్రీరాంజయరాంజయజయరాం

Seva Shibir for the pilgrims of Gangasagar Mela in Kolkata

Vishva Hindu Parishad, Dakshin Banga organised Ganga Sagar Seva Sibir this year also which is 32nd year or such sibir. This sibir is being organised at two places – 1. Outram Ghat, Kolkata and 2. Ganga Sagar Island.


 

1. Outram Ghat Sibir was inagurated on 10th January, 2011 at 3.00 p.m. The programme was attended by:
1. Sri Mohan Lal Pareek, C.A., a social worker and President of Pareek Sabha, Kolkata.
2. Sri Biswanath Agarwala, Secretary of Posta Bazar Merchant Association, renouned Businessman and social worker.
3. Smy. Parankush Ramanuj Parasar Maharaj.
4. Sri Adwait Charan Dutta, Purwakhetra Pracharak of RSS.
5. Sri Nand Lal Lohia, Central Jt. Secretary and Prantiya Vice-President of VHP.
Many other distinguiesed persons, businessman, industriaist and social workers.
 
Sri Nand Lal Lohia wolcomed the august gathering and detailed the various seva works being done by VHP in Bengal as well as all over India. He detailed the Seva Sibir being arranged every year at Melas of Gamga Sagar and RamKali near Malda. Such sibirs are organised at al the renound Religious Melas and Tirth. He also informed about the Status of Sri Ram Janma Bhumi and readout the resolution passed by Central Governing council & Trustee Board meeting at Goa on 8th January, 2011.
 
Sri Adwait Charan Dutta highlighted the present day cenario and emphasised the greater role of Hindus to save it from the onslaught from varoius fronts. He appealed all Hindus to be united to save themselves.
 
There is arrangements for Meal, Tiffin, Tea, Snacks, Dry Ration, Firewood, Post, Telephone, Medical Treatment with Ambulance etc. round the clock at both the Camps. Neary 500 persons at Outramghat and 2500 persons at Sagar Island Camp can stay at a time at these Camps where pilgrims from all over India are pouring in. These Camps serve nearly 50,000 – 80,000 pilgrims