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Guwahati: Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma visited Lokhimon Ashram in Dolamara, Karbi Anglong, on Sunday, attending a congregation meeting and paying homage at the cemetery of Kurusar Lokhan Engti Hansek, the founder of Lokhimon faith. During the visit, he unveiled a statue of Kurusar Lokhan Engti Hansek and laid the foundation for the third main temple, Sok-Phe Ah Aklam.
Addressing the gathering, Dr. Sarma highlighted the principles of Lokhimon faith, emphasizing non-violence, restraint, peace, friendship, faith, devotion, and purity. He praised Kurusar Lokhan Engti Hansek as not only a religious leader but also a social reformer, providing a path of self-discipline to the Karbi people. The Chief Minister announced Rs. 5 crore for the construction of the third main Lokimon temple, envisioning the transformation of Dolamara into a significant tourist destination.
Dr. Sarma expressed that the Lokhimon Ashram, once completed, would attract tourists, enhancing the scenic and spiritual beauty of the region. He assured the involvement of all ethnic communities by the Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council for comprehensive socio-economic, cultural, and academic development.
During the visit, the Chief Minister met Kurusar Lokhan Engti Hansek’s heir, Lokhan Engti Hansek, and paid his respects. Deputy Speaker Dr. Nomal Momin, MLAs Darsing Ronghang, Bidyasing Engleng, Rupsing Teron, CEM KAAC Dr. Tuliram Ronghang, social worker Baisistha Bujorbaruah, and other dignitaries attended the occasion.