Subhash ji addresses gathering at Agroha Dham's annual fest on Sharad Poornima

Subhash Chandra addresses the 36th Sharad Poornima Mela at Agroha Dham on the auspicious occasion of Sharad Poornima that was attended by members of the Vaishya community form across India.

Last Updated: Friday, October 6th, 2017 - 11:09

At the grand celebrations of the Agroha Fest, Subhash Chandra welcomed the distinguished members of the Vaishya community who attended the event in large numbers from across the country. He received the guest of honour the Honourable Chief Minister Adityanathji and performed the aarti at the Goddess Mahalaxmi Temple in Agroha Dham.

Held annually on the  auspicious occasion of  Sharad Poornima, the Agroha Fest has helped shape the future plan of Haryana. During the previous year Subhashji made the announcement to adopt 5 villages and 6 panchayats and develop them not just as ideal villages but as ‘smart villages’.

Subhashji shared the highlights of this years celebration on twitter,

Over forty ministers form the Vaishya community from across states like Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh  Jharkhand, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, and across different political parties like BJP, INC, AAP, JMM, Apna Dal etc. “While their political affiliations may  be varied however Maharaja Agrasen’s holy and ancient land is the common tread that binds them together,” Subhashji said.

Subhashji also expressed his gratitude towards members of the Vaishya community who travelled long distances and came to Agroha Dham to be a part of the festivities. “May Goddess Mahalaxmi and Maharaja Agrasen bless you,” he tweeted.

Subhashji also announced the plan to make a huge museum and auditorium in Agroha with a fund of Rs 25 crores. He also announced that an application for the new bank dedicated to the Vaishya community has been submitted to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and he promised that it will be a bank that belongs to the entire community not just a few.

Maharaja Agrasen had made as the capital. Agroha Dham is popular and is fondly known as the fifth ‘Dham‘ (holy site) of India. The annual Agroha Dham fair began on October 30, 1982. Since then the fair takes place on the auspicious day of Sharad Poornima each year.

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