150 Buddhist youths take part in introductory meet

Central Chronicle News
Raipur, Feb 02: Under the aegis of Chhattisgarh State and Raipur District Buddhist Society of India Bharatiya Boudh Mahasabha, youth introductory meet was organised on January 31 at Baudh Vihar Sector 01 Devendra Nagar here from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm. In this programme about 150 marriageable youths from different areas came to the stage and introduced themselves before all those present in the programme.


The members of Buddhist Community from Bijapur, Bacheli, Jagdalpur, Bastar, Narayanpur and other places from all over the state came along with their marriageable sons and daughters. The members from Odisha, Jamshedpur, West Bengal, Jharkhand, MP and others states attended the meet to find right match for their sons and daughters. The programme started with Buddh Vandana and on this occasion Bhante Mahendra was specially present. State President B S Jagrit chaired over the function. Among the office bearers who were present in the meet were Buddhist Society of India Bharatiya Boudh Mahasabha member S R Kandey, Chhattisgarh state president B S Jagrit, vice president C L Maheshwari, Ashok Dongre, state general secretary Bhojraj Gaurkhede, treasurer Nilkanth Singare, Raipur district president Prakash Ramteke, District treasurer G S Meshram, Rahul Ramteke, Sanjay Gajghate, B R Dhawde, Yogesh Raut of youth cell, Gyaniram Ramteke, ChunnilalMeshram, A R Sonpipre, S Ramteke, Bhimrao Dongre, Beniram Gaikwad, Anil Dhoke, Surendra Gondane, D Meshram, advocate Sanjay Gajbhiye, and other bearers about 500 in number . The office bearers from other districts too were present in the meet. It was informed that Buddhist Society of India Bharatiya Boudh Mahasabha is organising introductory meet for the last 25 years and is a right platform from all those families who are from poor financial background and cannot look for marriageable youths due to lack of resources.

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