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34th Rath Yatra celebrations at Hatigarh TE

Bikash Rabha, Udalguri, July 2: Hundreds of devotees from different parts of the country, including Sanatani Hindus, assembled at Udalguri during the Jagannath Rath Yatra. On the occasion of the 34th Rath Yatra of Hatigarh Tea garden in the district, everyone from children to old from the garden participate at the procession from Velakuti Jagannath Mandir to Hatigarh Jagannath Mandir which carried Jagannath, Balaram and Subhadra by the great Brahma Rath. The tradition of Jagannath Rath yatra was first started in Velakuti in 1988 with the blessings of Guru Maharaj Sri Sri Anku Kandhar. From that time onwards, the tradition of the Sanatan religious people has been observed to be still intact. The entire Jagannath Rath yatra travels through the Hatigarh Tea Garden. Suren Digal, secretary of Velakuti Jagannath Mandir Samiti, said that like last year, the support and the presence of people of Hatigarh tea garden were unprecedented. Kanai Nayak, Chief Adviser, Velakuti Jagannath Temple Management Committee, said that the efforts of the organizing committee were successful due to the enthusiasm of people. According to the temple management committee, the Jagannath Rath Yatra was a success with the gathering of more than 700 devotees.

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