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Jamshedpur: The princely states of Jodhpur, Jaipur, Jaisalmer and Bikaner were merged to form the Union Territory of Rajasthan Sangh on March 30, 1949. Later it became a full fledged state.
The Purvi Singhbhum Zila Marwadi Sammelan (PSZMS), at a meeting held today at Sakchi Shiv Mandir, decided to celebrate the Rajasthan Foundation Day on March 30 in a grand manner at the Dhalbhum Club. The committee decided to project the vibrant culture and heritage of Rajasthan through songs and dances to be performed by popular artistes from that state. This was stated by PSZMS president Umesh Shah.
The Marwadi women of the district too will participate in the cultural programs. A competition for decorating ‘Gangour’ will also be conducted for them. More than 2,000 people of the Marwadi community in the district are expected to attend the Foundation Day celebrations at Dhalbhum Club in Sakchi. To ensure participation of every person of the community, a donation of Rs 200 will be taken from every family in the district.
The meeting was attended by, among others, Sushila Khirwal, mamata Murarka, Rani Agrawal, Anju Agrawal, Bajrang Lal Agrawal, Dipak Pareekh, Ashok Modi, Sunil Debuka, Satyanarayan Agrawal, Mahavir Agrawal, Pankaj Chhavchharia, Sunil Ringsia, Prakash Sharma, Shankar Lal Agrawal, Suresh Agrawal, Piyush Goel and Vijay Agrawal. PSZMS general secretary Ashok Modi offered the vote of thanks.