In a message of felicitations, the Governor said that this festival symbolizes the values of piety, devotion, brotherhood and harmony, which are the hallmark of our glorious composite cultural ethos.
Wishing the people a happy Mahashivratri, the Governor prayed for peace, progress and prosperity in the State.
Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah has greeted people of the State on the eve of Mahashivratri, being celebrated by Kashmiri Pandits as Hairath.
In his felicitation message, Omar said that J&K has a rich tradition of celebrating festivals in amity, brotherhood and harmony. He said Hairath also symbolizes traditional bonds of love between Hindus and Muslims.
Omar has also prayed for peace and prosperity of the country and the State on the occasion. Deputy Chief Minister, Tara Chand has greeted the people of
Felicitating the people, on the Heerath celebratins, Tara Chand said that the Pandit community is an important component of the Kashmiri’s composite culture. He hoped that the festival will strengthen the brotherhood and communal harmony among various sections of the society.
Minister for Finance, Abdul Rahim Rather, Minister for Rural Development, Ali Mohammad Sagar, Minister for Agriculture, Ghulam Hassan Mir, Minister for R&B, G. M. Saroori, Minister for Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution, Qamar Ali Akhoon, Minister for PHE, Taj Mohi-ud-Din, Minister for Social Welfare, Ms. Sakina Itoo, Minister for Industries and Commerce, Surjit Singh Slathia, Minister for Revenue, Raman Bhalla, Minister for Forest, Mian Altaf, Minister for Health, Sham Lal Sharma, Minister for Animal and Sheep Husbandry, Aga Syed Ruhaulla, Minister of State for Cooperative, Dr. Manohar Lal Sharma, Minister of State for Haj and Auqaf, Ajaz Ahmad Khan, Minister of State for Tourism, Nasir Aslam Wani, Minister of State for Power Shabir Ahmad Khan have greeted people of the State especially the Kashmiri Pandits on the eve of Shivratri.
In their messages, they recalled the festivity of this festival, which Kashmiri Pandits, celebrate as Hearth and said that this demonstrated, in unequivocal terms, the strong bonds of brotherhood and amity between various communities.
The Ministers said that the Pandit community form an important component of
Minister for Agriculture, Ghulam Hassan Mir has greeted the members of Pandit community on the eve of Shivratri.
In his felicitation message, the Minister said the Pandit community forms an important component of
Minister for Tourism and Culture, Nawang Rigzin Jora and Minister of State for Power and CA&PD, Shabir Ahmad Khan have felicitated the people of the State, especially, Kashmiri Pandits on the eve of auspicious festival of Maha Shivratri.
In a message, Jora hoped that the festival would bring peace and prosperity in the State. He said such Festivals strengthened brotherhood, amity and communal harmony among various sections of the society.
Greeting people on the occasion, Shabir has prayed for peace and tranquility in the State.
Minister of state for Tourism, Nasir Aslam Wani has greeted the people of the State, particularly members of Pandit community, on the occasion of of Shivratri.
Describing the festival as an epitome of Kashmir’s centuries old composite culture, the Minister in his felicitation message said the Pandit community continues to be an important component of
Nasir hoped the day brings peace and happiness in the lives of people of the State.
Advisor to Chief Minister, Mubark Gul, Political Advisor to Chief Minister, Davinder Rana have greeted the people of J&K especially Pandit community on the eve of Shivratri.
In their felicitation messages, the Advisors said the Pandit community forms an important component of
The MLA and State Secretary, CPI(M) Mohammad Yousaf Targami has greeted the people of the State especially, Kashmiri Pandits, on the auspicious occasion of Maha Shivratri.
Former Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayed and president of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Mehbooba Mufti have greeted people of
Felicitating Kashmiri Pandits on this auspicious occasion, the PDP leaders said Mahashivratri reminded them of the age-old tradition of brotherhood and amity.
In a message, Tarigami recalled the festivity of this festival, which Kashmiri Pandits, celebrate as Hearth and said that this demonstrated, in unequivocal terms the strong of bonds of brotherhood and amity between various communities.
Tarigami hoped that the Government would make available all essentials, especially special quota of sugar to the Valley based Kashmiri Pandit families also.