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WBR honors Acharya Pt. Ram Chandra Sharma "Vedic"

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One of the leading organizations in world records certification and documentation across the global level – World Book of Records (WBR) London (UK) has honored Acharya Pt. Ramchandra Sharma ''Vedic'' of Indore (Madhya Pradesh) for his matchless contributions in the field of Astrology and Vedic promotions .

 

He was felicitates for Matchless Contribution in Astrology by Dr. Diwakar Sukul, London

INDORE: One of the leading organizations in world records certification and documentation across the global level – World Book of Records (WBR) London (UK) has honored Acharya Pt. Ramchandra Sharma ''Vedic'' of Indore (Madhya Pradesh) for his matchless contributions in the field of Astrology and Vedic promotions through Ganpati Atharvshirsh Path recital of 1.25 crore hymns. Acharya Pt. Sharma ''Vedic'' got felicitated under gracious presence of guests including Dr. Diwakar Sukul (President, WBR, London, UK), Rashtriya Sant Bhaiyyuji Mahararaj, Shri Radhe Radhe Baba (Maha Mandleshwar), Shri Sajjan Singh Verma (Former Cabinet Minister, MP), Shri Sudershan Gupta (MLA Indore), Shri Arvind Bagdi, Shri A.K. Tambe (DIG, BSF), Shri Shankar Lalwani (President, IDA), Prof. (Dr.) Narendra Dhakad (VC, DAVV), Justice K.C. Sharma, Manzoor Beg and Col. Ravi Batra. This was informed by Shri Santosh Shukla, Advocate (President, WBR, India). Acharya Pt. Sharma 'Vedic' had expressed gratitude saying that it was an honor of Indian Vedic culture and heritage.Shri Shukla told  that WBR London (UK) honors all those who are performing excellence and matchless contribution in the field of Astrology, Astronomy, Health, Media, Education, Leadership, Science and Technology, IT and Computer Sciences, Literature, Sports, Cinema and others. WBR London (UK) has always been motivated those who are serving to society through their contribution across the world.

On this occasion, Pt. Sharma ''Vedic'' was honored by prestigious WBR Honor Certificate.  He was also honored by International Brahmin Parliament (IBP) Certification for his contribution. Shri Ravi Bunkar, Shri Ashutosh Sankhla, Shri Awadhesh Dave, Shri Kirti Rana, Shri Prakash Sharma were graced the occasion.

On being honored by International felicitation, Pt. Sharma ''Vedic'' was congratulated by the management members of WBR London (UK), members of IBP and well-wishers. Vote of thanks was given by Shri Somendra Sharma.

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