On the occasion of Navreh, the Kashmiri Hindus performed puja at Sheetal Nath Temple in Kral Khud in Srinagar where Muslims also joined. Kashmiri Pandits have started to return to the Valley.
Sanjeevni Sharda Kendra, Jammu in association with more than one hundred and twenty five Kashmiri Hindu Organisations globally has formulated a three-day programme from 12th to 14th April, 2021 with the intention to celebrate Tyaag, Sankalp and Shaurya Divas and urged the Kashmiri Hindus to take a pledge for returning to their homeland on the auspicious occasion of Navreh.
जम्मू-कश्मीर भारतीय जनता पार्टी अध्यक्ष श्री @ImRavinderRaina तथा कश्मीर घाटी से विस्थापित कश्मीरी हिंदू समाज ने हिंदू सांस्कृतिक नववर्ष,जिससे कश्मीरी मे "नवरे दिवस" कहते है, जम्मू में सूर्य पुत्री तवी नदी के किनारे यह संकल्प लिया की अगले वर्ष "नवरे दिवस" कश्मीर घाटी में मनाएंगे। pic.twitter.com/UqTpwmt88f
— BJP Jammu & Kashmir (@BJP4JnK) April 13, 2021
On this auspicious event of Navreh, the Pandits settled in the nation and world wide, apart from Jammu & Kashmir, will learn this pledge with relations in their houses and take an oath to return to their houses in Kashmir.
Kashmiri Pandits, who have been affected by terrorism and separatism for so many years, took oath to celebrate the next New Year in Kashmir on the event of “Navreh”.
Besides these Kashmiri Pandits who continue to live here, a large number of migrants of this community performed “havan” at a few temples in the city. It was very clear that the process of their return to the Valley has started.