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Residents told to follow teachings of Lord Rama

Residents told to follow teachings of Lord Rama
Artistes perform puja on the inaugural day of Ramlila at MGMN Senior Secondary School. Tribune photo

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Mandi Ahmedgarh, Oct 10

Office-bearers and activists of various social and religious organisations called upon residents of the area to follow teachings of Lord Rama and learn lesson from the mistakes committed by Ravana.

Appeal was made during the inaugural session of the Ramlila, being organised by Trimurti Kala Manch at MGMN Senior Secondary School, here on Wednesday.

The event was inaugurated by Jatinder Sharma Happy, patron of the Sidh Sulakhan Welfare Society, Chhapar.

Activists of the Durga Sewa Dal, Shree Ram Mandir, RS Social Welfare and Sports Club and Har Har Mahadev Sewa Sangh said staging of epics like Ramayana had been serving manifold purposes in service of society.

“If watched seriously and uninterruptedly, the Ramlila teaches us about the rights and duties of various persons, including a king, queen, father, mother, brothers and spouse,” said Deepak Sharma, chairman of the Trimurti Kala Manch.

He said there was lot to be learnt from Ravana, who was normally projected as a demon.


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