CM Himanta Biswa Sarma attends religious meet at Karbi Anglong
Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma on Tuesday attended Rat Chingrum Amai-2021 (a religious solidarity meet) at Lokhimon Sangha Ashram at Dolamara, Karbi Anglong
GUWAHATI: Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma on Tuesday attended Rat Chingrum Amai-2021 (a religious solidarity meet) at Lokhimon Sangha Ashram at Dolamara, Karbi Anglong and said that Lokhimon Sangha's founder Madan Engti Hansek had endeavoured to spread the message of humanity and spirituality in the Karbi hills.
Following Madan Engti Hansek's ideals, Lokhimon Sangha has been working relentlessly for spiritual and moral uplift of Karbi community through its worship centres and ashrams. The respect towards the elders in the society and sense of patriotism have been instilled among the youth by the Sangha, he said.
The Chief Minister said that tribal cultures and traditions have enriched the spiritual and societal aspects of the greater Assamese society. Tribals have shown how humans can co-exist close to nature. He also announced that State government would extend all help in construction of a Lokhimon religion temple at the hill over there.
Deputy Speaker Assam Legislative Assembly Dr Numal Momin, MP Horen Sing Bey, several MLAs, Kshetra Saha Pracharak of RSS Assam Kshetra Basistha Bujar Baruah, KAAC CEM Tuliram Ronghang and other EMs were also present on the occasion, stated a press release.