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Shri Guru Nanak Devji's 'yatra' receives warm welcome in Nanded

Nanded, Sep 20 (UNI) The 'yatra' taken out to mark the 550th birthday of Shri Guru Nanak Devji has been accorded rousing welcome by the devotees and the citizens here.
The 'yatra' arrived here late on Wednesday night and marched through the main areas of city throughout Thursday with the message of "Kal Taran Guru Nanak Aya", before departing towards Aurangabad on Friday morning at 0745 hours.
The 'yatra' was warmly welcomed at all places like Gurdwara Gate No 1, Gurdwara Chaurasta, Gurdwara Langar Saheb, Gurdwara Naginaghat, Bandaghat, Mahavir Chowk, Chikhalwadi, Yatrinivas Chowk, Abchalnagar, Bafna Chowk, Nandigram Society, Maharana Pratap Singh Chowk, Hanuman Gad and Namaskar Chowk before heading towards Aurangabad.
The dignitaries who were present at this time included Jathedar Santbaba Kulwant Singh Ji, Meet Jathedar Santababa Jyotinder Singh Ji, Head Granthi Bhai Kashmir Singhji, Meet Granthi Bhai Avtar Singhji Sheetal, Dhupia Bhai Ram Singhji, Santababa Balwinder Singh Ji, Gurudwara Board chairman Bhupinder Singh Minhas, secretary Ravinder Singh Bungai, members Paramjyot Singh Chahal, Gursharan Singh Ghadisaj, Bhaginder Singh Ghadisaj, Gurmeet Singh Mahajan, Manpreet Singh Kunjivale, Sardul Singh Fauji, Jagbir Singh Shahu, superintendent Gurwinder Singh Wadhwa and administrative officer D P Singh, among others.
A large number of distinguished citizens, social workers and devotees were present, along with MP Prataprao Patil-Chikhalikar, on the occasion.
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