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Assam Assembly Speaker Hitendra Nath Goswami visits historic Dhekiakhowa Bornamghar

Hitendra Nath Goswami

Assam Legislative Assembly Speaker Hitendra Nath Goswami makes a visit to the historic Dhekiakhowa Bornamghar located in Jorhat’s Teok. The speaker, accompanied by his family, visited the Bornaamghar to offer his prayers and seek blessings of the almighty.

The Jorhat constituency MLA assures the Bornamghar management to take step for the construction of a guest house and a health centre to meet the medical needs.

The speaker, speaking on his visit to the historic holy place, said, “This is an aim of every Assamese to come for a visit to the Dhekiakhowa Bornamghar and seek its blessings. It is a matter of opportunity for me to come for a visit to the holy place while the management committee had also given me a proposal regarding the Bornamghar. I am very happy to be here and I hope that the Almighty blesses every Assamese person to live a happy, peaceful and healthy life and bless the state of Assam to retain its peaceful atmosphere.”

Goswami further added that the management committee has been managing the Bornamghar really well for which he feels grateful to them. A proposal for a guest house has also been placed by the management committee in front of the Chief Minister of Assam. CM Sarbananda Sonowal has also been invited by the committee for a visit to the Bornamghar.

Hitendra Nath Goswami adds, “As our CM is a religious person with immense belief on the Lord, he too will be visiting this holy place and I will also update him on this. The much needful to be done towards the welfare and development of the Bornamghar will be done by our Government of Assam.”

This is to be noted here that the Dhekiakhowa Bornamghar is regarded as one of the holiest places by the Assamese people which was established by saint-reformer Madhavdeva. The amazing factor about the Bornamghar is that an earthen lamp that was kindled by Madhavdeva in 1528 AD is burning till date.

 

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