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Kaithal, 26 November (HP)

The Prakashotsav of the first Guru Shri Nanak Dev was celebrated with devotion and enthusiasm in Gurudwaras across the district on Sunday. The Sangat offered obeisance at the Gurudwaras and enjoyed Shabad Kirtan.

A grand Nagar Kirtan was taken out in the city. The Nagar Kirtan was led by Panj Pyaras dressed in traditional costumes. The main event took place at Gurudwara Neem Saheb. There was Shabad Kirtan and Ardaas in the morning. After this Saint Mahindra Singh started the city kirtan. Sri Guru Granth Sahib was decorated in a grand palanquin in the city kirtan. Women were cleaning before the city kirtan. The Bandbaja party enthralled the Sangat with the tune of Guru Nanak’s Gurbani Nanak Naam Chaddi Kala, Tere Bhaane Sarbat Da Bhala. Neem Sahib Gurdwara Ragi Gurpreet Singh and Manji Sahib Ragi Jatha Saheb Singh chanted Naam Khumari Nanaka day and night. All the students are ordered to recite Guru Bani by chanting the words of Guru Manyo Granth etc. Nagar Kirtan passed through Dogra Gate, Chandana Gate, Hostel Road, Old Bus Stand Road, Pehowa Chowk and concluded at Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Chowk. On this occasion, Kar Seva Pehowa Sant Mahinder Singh, Baba Laga Singh, Gurnam Singh Goraya, Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee member Angrez Singh Goraya, Gurdeep Singh Malik and members of Sukhmani Sabha Society were present. On the other hand, HAFED Chairman Kailash Bhagat welcomed the city kirtan and distributed prasad among the people at Madan Lal Dhigra Martyr Memorial. Congratulating the countrymen on the Prakash Utsav, he said that Guru Nanak Dev Ji started the practice of langar, which is a true service to humanity.

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