Governor Offers Bonam To Goddess Nalla Pochamma In Raj Bhavan

Governor Offers Bonam To Goddess Nalla Pochamma In Raj Bhavan

Hyderabad, July 23 (Hydnow): Telangana Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan offered traditional Bonam and took part in the Ashadamasam Bonalu celebrations at the Raj Bhavan temple, here, on Saturday.

Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan, carrying the traditional bonam on her head, came in a procession joined by the Raj Bhavan pariwar members from her official residence to the temple. The Governor offered Bonam to the presiding deity Nalla Pochamma Thalli at the Raj Bhavan temple and performed puja.

The Raj Bhavan wore a festive look, while the Telangana Bonalu folk songs rented the air inside the sprawling Raj Bhavan complex. “Due to the divine blessings of Goddess Mahankali, the Covid-19 pandemic was largely contained.

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Governor Offers Bonam To Goddess Nalla Pochamma In Raj Bhavan
Governor Offers Bonam To Goddess Nalla Pochamma In Raj Bhavan

All the people returned to their normal lives, and this year, people are coming to the temples fearlessly to celebrate this Bonalu festival. I prayed for the prosperity and development of our nation and Telangana State and the wellbeing of all the people,” she said and greeted all the employees and their family members on the occasion.

Secretary to Governor K. Surendra Mohan and other senior officials joined the Governor in the Bonalu State festival celebrations in Raj Bhavan. (Hydnow)


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