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Brahmin Samaj Seva Samiti, Noida demands for a Ved Vignan Bhavan
The Brahmin Samaj Seva Samiti in Noida has conducted its committee meeting at Federation of Noida Resident Welfare Association (FONRWA) office to discuss about the proposal of construction of a 'Ved Vignan Bhavan', which is pending since last 10 years.

The meeting was organized by Brahmin Samaj Seva Samiti's members, namely Satish Mishra (President), Sudhakar Tiwari (Senior Vice President), Suresh Tiwari (General Secretary), Girish Mishra (coordinator), AD Pandey (Joint Secretary), Harish Mishra (Cashier) and other members of the Samiti.

The main motive of the meeting was to bring forward the proposal of construction of 'Ved Vignan Bhavan', so that the people from the Brahmin community, get a platform to chant Vedas and Upanishads.

"If the city could have a Ved Vignan Bhavan then it will help in bringing up the vanishing culture from the society. The senior people in our society will get a platform where they can recite Bhagwat Geeta and Mahabharat to other people. This will help in bringing up our culture a lot," said Suresh Tiwari, General Secretary of Brahmin Samaj Seva Samiti.

The committee has also decided to take this to the notice of Chief minister of Uttar Paradesh, Akhilesh Yadav. They have invited all the Brahmins to take part in this cause and bring forward the need of Ved Vignan Bhavan in Noida.

Other members who were also present in the committee meeting were Avdesh Mishra, Ram Kumar Pandey, Sudama Pathak, Ram Pyare Upadhyay, SN Mishra, Rinku Upadhyay and manoj Tiwari.

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