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CM attends ‘Lakshachandi Mahayagna’ organized by Patidaar Samaj in Unjha town

    Chief Minister Mr. Vijaybhai Rupani today categorically stated that the Patidaar (Patel) community has made major contribution in the growth of Gujarat.

    Speaking at a function organized as a part of Lakshachandi Mahayagna held at Umiyanagar in Unjha town here this evening, in this reference, the Chief Minister further stated that the Patidaar community has always taken frontal position in the progress of the society. Similarly with inclusion of people from all casts in this mahayagna, the Patidaar community has setup the best example of ‘Social Harmony’.

    Mr. Rupani termed the event as not just a religious programme but spreading a “social consciousness” among the people of Gujarat.

    Praying to Goddess ‘Maa Umiya’ for bestowing her blessings on the state to become strong and competence, the Chief Minister said that the mega event is godly work and could be possible only with united efforts of thousands of people.

    On the occasion, Umiya Mataji Sansthan had handed over a donation cheque of Rs. 11-lakh to the Chief Minister for ‘Malnutrition Campaign’. Mr. Rupani also honoured chairmen of various committees with awards and certification for setting up various records.

    Those who spoke on the occasion included, Union Agriculture Minister Mr. Parshottam Rupala, Gujarat Education Minister Mr. Bhupendrasinh Chudasama, and others.

    Lakshachandi Mahayagna created a dozen records

    Lakshachandi Mahayagna Samiti Chairman and legislator Babubhai Jamnadas Patel in his welcome address said the event could be held because of the untiring effort of 22,000 volunteers, 45 committees’ yearlong preparartion. It will be remembered as a red letter day for long time to come.

     

    The Lakshachandi Mahayagna created a dozen records for the posterity. The four records for Asia Book of Records are:

    1. At a time, flying 15,000 balloons filled with 32 types of seeds,
    2. At one place, cooking 16.80-ladoos (sweets),
    3. At a time, 2-lakh people dining at one place, and
    4. At a time 8,990 people hailing Ma Umiya’s hymns.

     

    The eight records for Best of India Records are:

    1. Making arrangement for stay of 20,000 people at one place the APMC-Unjha,
    2. Laying green carpet over 350 acres,
    3. At one place, cooking 16.80-ladoos (sweets),
    4. At a time, 2-lakh people dining vegetarian food at one place,
    5. At place, preparing 21,000 litres tea’
    6. Personally distributing 10-lakh invitation cards to guests,
    7. Variety of programmes staged over 550 acres, and
    8. In all, 1,100 Brahmins recited slokas 7-crore times.

     

    Prominent among those present on the occasion included Energy Minister Saurabh Patel, Revenue Minister Kaushik Patel, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasma, Minister of State for Education Vibhavariben Dave, BJP State President Jitubhai Vaghani, Members of Parliament Parbat Patel and H.S. Patel, MLA Ashaben Patel, Trustees, community leaders and Patidar invitees from different countries

    Source: Information Department, Gujarat