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    Seervi Community in Balepet Celebrates Chandrayaan 3’s Success with Patriotic Enthusiasm

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    Bangalore: During a spiritual discourse at the Vader Bhavan in Balepet, Karnataka, organized by the Seervi Samaj Trust, a celebration was held in honor of the successful landing of ISRO’s Chandrayaan 3 mission. The gathered crowd resounded with cries of “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” and sang patriotic songs to express their joy.

    Hariram Gehlot, President of Balepet Vader, congratulated everyone and stated that the success of Chandrayaan 3 is a matter of pride and a significant milestone for every Indian. Amararam Choyal, the Secretary, highlighted that under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India is setting new standards in development.

    In this event, various dignitaries were present, including Sant Ramprakash, the storyteller, Bhavarlal Gehlot, the Secretary, Motiram Lacheta, the Treasurer, Dudaram, the Sports Minister, Lakshmanram Panwar, the Vice Treasurer, Gopal Sencha, Jagdish Choyal, Shesharam Bhayal, Rajuram Barfa, and former Secretary Omprakash Barfa, among others.

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