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JAMMU: Chairman Team Jammu, Zorawar Singh Jamwal on Sunday flagged off week long 16th Annual Holy Singhasan Mata Jyot Yatra, from Rani Talab, Digiana to Chitto Paddar in Gulabgarh belt of Kishtwar District.
Hundreds of devotees including youth, women and children led by Sagun Sharma today assembled at Rani Talab, Digiana Temple and started Yatra, in the shape of procession, amidst dancing on drumbeats and enchanting Jai Mata Di.
Zorawar Singh Jamwal, Chairman Team Jammu who was the Chief Guest on the occasion, while flagging off the Yatra said, “The participation of youth in religious activities helps them in inculcating nationalist approach as no religion preaches hate. Besides, such activities also help them in utilising their energy in a positive manner.”
In his address, Jamwal called upon women to motivate their wards to do take part in religious activities besides focussing in education as such programmes also motivate them to stay away from anti-social activities like drug abuse.
Singhasan Mata Sewa Dal, Jammu, Sardar Pritpal Singh, Lovely Singh, Apple Gupta, Varun Jojra, Pardeep Sharma, Sunil Verma, Varun Mahajan, Rakesh Chouhan, Pardeep Chopra, Rakesh Sharma, Ketan Sharma and Ashok Sharma were among Committee Members present on the occasion.
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