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Thames ‘blessed’ in faith ceremony

CAMPAIGN: HH Pujya Muniji (left), Keith Vaz (second from left), His Holiness Pujya Shastri Madhavpriyadas Swamiji (third from left) and other guests at the ceremony
TWO of India’s most revered saints – His Holiness Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswatiji (HH Pujya Muniji) and His Holiness Pujya Shastri Madhavpriyadas Swamiji – joined more than 300 guests at the House of Commons last week at a unique ceremony to “bless” the Thames and raise awareness about water preservation. HH Pujya Muniji, preside...




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