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Dalmia Cement Rajgangpur celebrates Dussehra with religious fervor



The Rajgangpur Unit of the Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd. organised Ravan​a Dahan (burning the effigy of demon king Ravana) ceremony at Bir Birsa Stadium here on Tuesday which was wit​nessed by the people of Rajgangpur city and surrounding villages.

Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Limited Senior Executive Director & National Manufacturing Head Ganesh W Jirkuntwar, DCBL Executive Director DCBL & Rajgangpur Unit Head Chetan Shrivastav, and Rajgangpur SDPO Abhishek Panigrahi graced the occasion as guests.

Wishing the people of Rajgangpur city and surrounding villages on the occasion of Vijaya Dashami, Jirkunthwar said that the festival is the victory of good over evil.

Srivastava said each one of us has the qualities of both Ram and Raavan. Hence, it’s one’s own responsibility to drop the vices of Raavan and adopt the virtues of Ram.

In the evening, the students of Dalmiya Vidya Mandir (DVM) dressed up as Ram, Lakshmana, Sita, and Hanuman performed a gripping Ramayana play (Ram Leela).

At the end of the event, the guests lit the effigy of Ravana. Officials, employees of Dalmia Cement, members of Sangam Mahila Mandal, Meelan Mahila Mandal, Jagruti Mahila Mandal, Admin & HR, Estate, Security, Fire departments and local administration extended their support to make Navaratri a grand success.

Notably, Dalmia Cement finds traditional and unique ways to celebrate the moment of festivity with a new zeal every year. The entire organisation, its offices, colonies, clubs and most importantly talents and their families take up a festive look. The celebrations that began with Ganesh Chaturthi were followed by Navratri, Durga Puja, Dussehra, Ravan​a Dahan and Visarjan.

During celebration of Durga Puja at Rajgangpur, Dalmia Cement offered a unique platform to the villagers, local artists, weavers, etc. to showcase and sell different types of handicraft items prepared by them under the guidance of Dalmia CSR and R&R team. People from Rajgangpur city and surrounding villages visited the Durga Puja pandal in large numbers. On the auspicious occasion of Mahastami, Prasad was distributed among the public in earthen pots which were hand painted by the women of Rajgangpur Municipality. Various cultural events including Dandiya competition, bhajan samaroh, local folk dance and orchestra were also organised during Navratri. People including executives, workmen, contract employees among others were served with Maha Navami prasad at the Puja pandal.


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