Gangtok ( Sikkim ): On the auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan, Brahma Kumaris Gangtok, Sikkim, celebrated this holy festival by tying the sacred thread of Rakhi and giving knowledge on the spiritual significance of the Rakshabandhan Festival.
Sikkim Brahma Kumaris in-charge Rajyogini BK Sonam Didi along with other BK Sisters conveyed the divine message to different institutions, organizations, eminent dignitaries, politicians, Security Forces, and eminent people of Sikkim by applying a tilak, tying Rakhi, and giving away blessing cards and divine gifts.
Brahma Kumaris Sikkim in-charge BK Sonam Didi along with BK sisters and brothers met the Chief Minister of Sikkim Prem Singh Tamang (Golay) at his residence and tied the pious thread of Rakhi to him and his family.
The Honorable Chief Minister also extended his warm greetings and good wishes and thanked the entire team of Brahma Kumaris Sikkim for their selfless services to mankind.
Rakhi was also tied to Arun Upreti, Honorable Minister of Urban & Housing Development, Food & Civil Supplies; S.C. Gupta, IAS, Chief Secretary of Sikkim; Ravindra Telang, IAS, ACS, Government of Sikkim; Karma R. Bonpo, IAS, Culture Secretary, Government of Sikkim; Dr. A.B Karki, District Collector, North Sikkim; Col. Pramod Mishra, CO, 17th Mountain Division Ordnance Unit (DOU), Bardang Army Camp, East Sikkim; Col Rahul Prasad Lama, Second in Command of 617EME Battalion; Mr. R.P.S. Raghuvanshi ji, DIG,SHQ, ITBP, Gangtok; Col. MK Asif, 28 MFVH, Transit Camp, Sherwani; Jasbir Singh, DY Commandant AND SSB Jawans; Smt. Nirmala Pradhan, Principal of Sai Gurukul Academy; Padma Shri awardee Ms. Keepu Tshering Lepcha at Lepcha Cottage, Chandmari, Gangtok; 400 students of Padma Odzer Choeling School, Gangok; Bojoghari Children’s Welfare Society; Mrs. Sabita Sharma, Nari Convenor; Mr. Binod Pradhan, 2nd OC, Rhenock Police Station, and many other dignitaries.