BSY to Visit Gulbarga Today

GULBARGA: Former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa will visit Gulbarga on Monday to participate in the Divya Santa Samagama and Banjara Samskratika Samavesha being organised by the Sadguru Sri Se

Published: 16th January 2012 05:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:15 PM   |  A+A-

GULBARGA: Former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa will visit Gulbarga on Monday to participate in the Divya Santa Samagama and Banjara Samskratika Samavesha being organised by the Sadguru Sri Sevalal Vidyapeetha Trust and Divya Santa Samagama Reception Committee of Gobburwadi.

Former chief minister Dharm Singh and Bellary Rural MLA B Sriramulu too would participate in the Divya Santa Samavesha.

The founder of Art of Living Sri Sri Ravishankar would inaugurate the convention. Sri Sri Ramrao Maharaj of Voharadevi Shakti Peetha (Maharastra) would preside over the function.

Later, Yeddyurappa will inaugurate a ‘Shramajeevigala Kacheri’ and would inaugurate the Shramajeevigala Samavesha at the Kannada Bhavan.

More than 25 seers of various mutts will also participate in the convention. ENS

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