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2nd Day of Chaliha Sahib Festival 2016

Girl praying at Akhand Jyot Chaliha Sahib 2016
The excitement for the Chaliha Sahib Fast, 40 days fast festival begins. There is spiritual & motivational atmosphere around here. There is morning Aarti which starts from 6:30am and goes on till 8:00am. Gurmukh Chughria starts his program in evening from 10:00pm everyday and ends at 12:00 midnight. There will be Palavs & Lolis for little kids. You […]
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Cheti Chand Joon Wadayun

Cheti Chand 2014
Ayo Lal sabhai Chavo Jhulelal. Sabni khey Puj Chaliha Sahib Trust, Ulhasnagar-5 paran Cheti Chand Joon Lakh Lakh Wadhayun… 1-April-2014. Sabni khey wenti ahe ta pahinjo Naye saal jee shruaat Jhulelal Sain Jo Darshan Kare Shroo Kanda. Jhulelal Ji Jyot Jagayun, Sindhi Boli Ji Shaan Wadhayun…
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Matki Mela 2013

  Life is so colourless without you Jhulelal Sain…   Malik Toon Dard Kateendey, Keena Chadeendey, Har Hand, Har Hal Mein Raval Rahibar Theendey. مالِڪ تون دردَ ڪٽيندي، ڪين ڇڏيندي، هر هند هر هال ۾ راول رهبر ٿيندي मालिक तून दर्द कटींदे कीन छ्दींदे, हर हंद हर हाल में रावल रहबर थींदे   When you […]
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Mid Night Program by Satram Rohra Party

Dada Satram Rohra with Kumar Soni
Mid night Program is organised by Satram Rohra Party on 10-Sep-2013 In the center you see Dada Satram Rohra. He always performs at Chaliha Sahib Mandir on the night before Matki Mela. Lets see how much you know about Dada Satram Rohra. Exploring his past is like unraveling history of Sindhis. Your findings are going […]
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Chaliha Festival of year 2013 started

Chaliha Sahib Festival 2013 Mandir wide view
Chaliha Festival (40 Days fast) started on 2-Aug-2013 at Puj Chaliha Sahib Mandir, Sindhunagar-5. This time we visited late at 10:00pm to witness the Musical program of Gurmukh Chughria. if you wish to enjoy this musical program in person, do visit Mandir between 10:00pm to 12:15am. everyday. Gurmukh also does Prayers/Palavs for devotees or Lolis […]
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