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A huge Complex of Sant Kanwar Ram Dham being built near Amravati in India

Sant Kanwar Ram Dham (Abode), has been named as ‘Jarwar’, the birthplace of Sant Kanwar Ram in Ghotki district of Sindh.

Rajesh Lal, great grandson of Sant Kanwar Ram announced at a cultural program ‘An evening dedicated to Sindhyat’ organized in Vadodara; he appeals Sindhi community for donating generously to build the complex having 135 guestrooms, six big halls and other buildings over 14 acre land.

Sindh Courier Report

Vadodara, Gujarat, India

A huge Complex of Sant Kanwar Ram Dham (Abode), named as ‘Jarwar’, the birthplace of Sant Kanwar Ram in Ghotki district of Sindh, is being built near Amravati, the second largest city in the Vidarbha region and ninth largest city in Maharashtra, India.

“It has been planned to build 135 guestrooms, six big halls and many other buildings at the complex for which 14 acre land has been earmarked,” Saeen Rajesh Lal, great grandson of Shaheed Baghat Kanwar Ram, who had come from Amravati, announced here on Monday November 21, at a cultural program.

Sujag Sindhi Samiti, a cultural and welfare organization of Sindhi community of Vadodara (Baroda) had organized the cultural program titled as ‘Hik Shaam, sindhyat Je Naan’ (an evening dedicated to Sindhyat) at Dindayal Auditorium Ajwa Road Vadodara Gujarat.

Rajesh Lal speaking at the program, appealed the Sindhi community to donate generously for construction of Complex of Sant Kanwar Ram Dham, which will be at a distance of some six kilometers from Amravati.

Bhagat Kanwar Ram was a Sindhi Sufi singer and poet in the Sindh province of British India (now a province of Pakistan). He was son of Tirath Bai and Tarachand Morira and a disciple of saint Satram Das Sahib of Raharki. He was born on 13 April 1885 at village Jarwar of Ghotki district (formerly Sukkur district) and was assassinated in Sukkur on November 1, 1939. Sant Kanwar Ram is greatly loved and remembered with reverence by Sindhis in Sindh, India and all around the world.

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Ms. Manisha Vakil, BJP candidate for State assembly elections speaking at cultural program

Madam Manisha Vakil, BJP candidate from Vadodara City Area for assembly elections of Gujarat State, also spoke on this occasion and appealed Sindhi Society of Vadodara to support the BJP and vote in maximum numbers. She is contesting for consecutive third tenure as BJP candidate.

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Ms. Manisha Vakil (in red Saree) with (L to R) Mr. Rupchand Vaswani, Saeen Kamleshlal, Saeen Rajeshlal, Saee Mukeshlal, Haresh Agnani, Hiro Kanjwani Municipal Councilor and Dada Assan Parwani

Polling for assembly elections in Vadodara are scheduled on December 05. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Vadodara on Wednesday (Today) for election campaign.

The cultural program attracted a large number of Sindhi community members including male and female. Around seven hundred Sindhis attended and enjoyed the program, organized with the support of Saeen Rajesh Lal, Saeen Mukeshlal (Prem Prakash Dharam Tirth Vadodara) and Saeen Kamleshlal (Mata Maya Devi Darbar, Vadodara).

Dada Parmanand Nihalani Pyasi, Dr. Bhajanlal Chandwani, Mr. Hiro Kanjwani (Municipal Councilor Ward-6), Advocate Madam Komal Kukreja were guests of honor.

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Renowned singer madam Lata Bhagtani performing at the program

Mr. Haresh Agnani from Vadodara told Sindh Courier that renowned singer Madam Lata Bhagtani Vishnani and group had made the show super hit. Dada Parmanand Nihalani Pyasi cracked superb Jokes. Main attraction of the show was live performance on Sant Kanwar Ram’s song “Naale Alakh Je Bedo Taar Munhijo” by Mrs. Sunita Subhash Vaswani. Show ended by PALAV SAHIB by Saeen Rajeshlal.

Watch the Video: Glimpses of ‘An Evening Dedicated to Sindhyat’ 

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