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Governor attends 12 Jyotilingas Darshan tableau

By EMN Updated: Mar 07, 2024 10:03 pm
La. Ganesan inaugurating the 12 Jyotirlingas Darshan tableau and exhibition of Nasha Mukti Bharat Abhiyan at Shree Shree Radha Khrisna Mandir in Phesama on Thursday.

DIMAPUR — Nagaland Governor, La. Ganesan, attended the 12 Jyotilingas Darshan tableau and exhibition of Nasha Mukt Bharat, organised by Brahma Kumaris at Shree Shree Radha Krishna Mandir, Police New Reserve, Phesama, on Thursday.

Speaking on the occasion, the governor expressed privilege to be a part of the inauguration of the magnificent tableau and exhibition dedicated to the 12 Jyotirlingas and the noble cause of Nasha Mukht Bharat, an initiative aiming for an addiction-free India, stated an update from Raj Bhavan.

He reminded that the Nasha Mukht Bharat campaign is not only a mission but a testament to creating a society where every individual can realise their true potential by freeing from the shackles of substance abuse. He expressed happiness at the Brahma Kumaris for their unwavering service to humanity and urged everyone to reflect on the connection of spirituality with the commitment to social well-being. 

The governor further commended the efforts of artistes, organisers, volunteers and participants who have all come together with a shared vision of an India that honours its spiritual legacy, while forging a future free from addiction and expressed hope that the collective endeavours in the Nasha Mukht Bharat campaign would lead towards an India that is free from addiction and flourish in its spiritual and cultural magnificence.

The governor also inaugurated the exhibition of Nasha Mukti.

The director of Brahma Kumaries services in Upper Assam, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram, Rajyogini BK Rajni, spoke on the theme “Positive change by God Shiv for women empowerment.”

Others who spoke on the occasion of 88th Trimurti Shiv Jayanti included development commissioner of Fisheries, Assam Government, Rajyogi Rajtilak Broter, and principal director of School Education and CEO od State Health Authority, Thavaseelan K.

The programme was attended by the deputy commissioner of Kohima and others devotees.

The two-day exhibition programme, organised by Bhrama Kumaries Rajyoga Meditation Centre, Kohima, would conclude on March 9.

The gathering witnessed a drama on Nasha mukt Bharat and meditation session.

By EMN Updated: Mar 07, 2024 10:03:47 pm
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