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18 GW Soldiers Provide Facilities to Navatkuly Kali Amman Kovil Devotees

[2013-05-03 11:36:15]

As in the last year, hundreds of Hindu devotees made their offerings and fulfilled their vows to the deity of Kali Amman Temple of Navatkuly during its annual festival recently. Annual Pooja of this temple falls in March or April and draws a large crowd of devotees daily to make offerings to Kali Amman.

Commanding Officer of the 18th Gemunu Watch (18 GW) Lieutenant Colonel Sampath Bulathgama and his soldiers serving in Navatkuly made arrangements to provide many facilities for people attending the Pooja.

All devotees performing rituals day and night were offered glasses of cool drinks by 18 GW soldiers at their Dansala. At the same time, on 28th April, soldiers catered into the requirement of water for devotees who fulfilled their vows showing the piety at the temple.

Navatkuly Kali Amman kovil is a highly venerated Hindu religious place in Jaffna.


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