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Abdul Hamid Honored with Samrasata Ratna Award

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02 Apr 24
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Recognition of Social Service Contributions

Abdul Hamid  Honored with Samrasata Ratna Award

In a significant ceremony held at the Marriage Garden in Ratan Bagh, Jaipur, as part of the Rajasthan Diwas celebrations, distinguished social activists Abdul Hamid, affectionately known as Guddu, and Mr. KD Abbasi, a respected correspondent from the Railway Colony Thana area of Kota, were honored with the Samrasata Ratna Award by Nepal's Deputy President of the judiciary, Mr. Paramanand Jha, under the auspices of the Rajasthan Samrasata Manch. The event witnessed the felicitation of various individuals with the Rajasthan Samrasata Award, including shawls, medals, and memorabilia.

**Distinguished Guests:**

The event was graced by dignitaries from 22 nations, encompassing India, Nepal, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Australia, Croatia, Finland, Tunisia, Germany, Iraq, Israel, Macedonia, Morocco, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Romania, the Royal Danish, and Sri Lanka. The inauguration commenced with a procession featuring flags from these nations, followed by a Samrasata Kalash Yatra, attended by hundreds of saints and leaders.

**Empowering Women:**

As part of the ceremony, commendable women were acknowledged with the Samrasata Kalash Yatra and honored with the Nari Shakti Shiromani Award for their significant contributions to society. Additionally, Mr. Ramkishan Sharma, a 99-year-old veteran social activist of the Progressive Socialist Liberation Army, and former Member of Parliament, blessed all participants with his words of encouragement and wisdom.

The event not only celebrated the exemplary work of individuals like Abdul Hamid and Guddu but also symbolized the spirit of harmony and unity among nations and communities.


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