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Draupadi Murmu Oath Today: Don’t Know How To Call Her Majesty

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Elected President Draupadi Murmu will take oath of the country’s highest constitutional office in Delhi on Monday, while her friends and neighbors in Odisha are confused as to how she will address her friend from now on. Ramchandra Murmu, a resident of Uparbeda village in Mayurbhanj district, said that everyone in President Murmu’s hometown is ecstatic. Although he himself does not understand that when he meets his friend next time, he will have to be addressed as ‘Aap’ or can be called as ‘Tu’ as usual? There is more respect in the first address, then there is old intimacy in the second.

Ramchandra Uparbeda, a farmer by profession, was a classmate of President Murmu at the Upper Primary School. He recalls that Murmu was a friendly and simple girl. In school, both of us used to eat on the same plate. Till now Ramchandra has been calling him only as you, but now things have changed. Today the whole Odisha is celebrating, laddus are being distributed at railway stations. agency

…they are still the same today
I didn’t expect Murmu to call me two days ago when I was elected President. They are still the same today as they were when they met for the first time. I have also met him a few years back at the Jharkhand Raj Bhavan. In the meeting, we talked a lot about the old days. – Suchitra Samal, college classmate

She used to call home and feed Pakhal-Bhat…
Draupadi was smart in her studies in school. I had to drop out of school due to poverty, but Draupadi would often invite me to her home and serve ‘pakhal-bhaat’ (a traditional dish of Odisha). Draupadi last met Murmu when she had become the governor of Jharkhand. At that time she also came to our house. Now it is not known whether you will be able to talk to him with the same nonsense as before. – Govind Manjhi, friend

Santhali sari can be worn during swearing in… tribal culture will be seen
Elected President Draupadi Murmu can wear the traditional Santhali saree of her sister-in-law Sukri Tudu for the swearing-in ceremony. Sukri and her husband and the President’s brother Tarinsen Tudu had left for Delhi. They are also bringing ‘Arissa Pitha’, a popular local sweet for Murmu.

“I don’t know what she will wear on this special occasion, Rashtrapati Bhavan will determine her outfit,” Sukri said. Although I am praying that they can wear it. Tarinsen and Sukri live with their families in Uparbeda, which is in Rairangpur in Mayurbhanj.

These leaders and guests will attend the ceremony: Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik, 6 BJP MLAs from Mayurbhanj, three members of Brahmakumari Rairangpur branch Brahmakumari Supriya, Basanti and Govind will also attend the function. Union ministers Ashwini Vaishnav, Dharmendra Pradhan, Bishweshwar Tudu, MPs Suresh Pujari, Basant Panda, Sangeeta Singhdev and her husband KV Singhdev also met Murmu, all of whom will attend the ceremony.

9:25 am: Draupadi Murmu will reach Rashtrapati Bhavan for the guard of honour.
10:10 am: Kovind-Draupadi will reach the Central Hall of Parliament, with the arrival of the national anthem.
10:15 am: Chief Justice Draupadi will administer the oath to Murmu.
10:16 pm: The newly elected President will be given a 21-gun salute.
10:20 am: The newly elected President will have a 25-minute speech. 10:45 am – Both will leave for Rashtrapati Bhavan from Hon’ble Parliament House.
10:50 am: The Heading Over Ceremony will be held in the forecourt of Rashtrapati Bhavan.
11 am: Kovind will depart from Rashtrapati Bhavan.

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Elected President Draupadi Murmu will take oath of the country’s highest constitutional office in Delhi on Monday, while her friends and neighbors in Odisha are confused as to how she will address her friend from now on. Ramchandra Murmu, a resident of Uparbeda village in Mayurbhanj district, said that everyone in President Murmu’s hometown is ecstatic. Although he himself does not understand that when he meets his friend next time, he will have to be addressed as ‘Aap’ or can be called as ‘Tu’ as usual? There is more respect in the first address, then there is old intimacy in the second.

Ramchandra Uparbeda, a farmer by profession, was a classmate of President Murmu at the Upper Primary School. He recalls that Murmu was a friendly and simple girl. In school, both of us used to eat on the same plate. Till now Ramchandra has been calling him only as you, but now things have changed. Today the whole Odisha is celebrating, laddus are being distributed at railway stations. agency

…they are still the same today

I didn’t expect Murmu to call me two days ago when I was elected President. They are still the same today as they were when they met for the first time. I have also met him a few years back at the Jharkhand Raj Bhavan. In the meeting, we talked a lot about the old days. – Suchitra Samal, college classmate

She used to call home and feed Pakhal-Bhat…

Draupadi was smart in her studies in school. I had to drop out of school due to poverty, but Draupadi would often invite me to her home and serve ‘pakhal-bhaat’ (a traditional dish of Odisha). Draupadi last met Murmu when she had become the governor of Jharkhand. At that time she also came to our house. Now it is not known whether you will be able to talk to him with the same nonsense as before. – Govind Manjhi, friend

Santhali sari can be worn during swearing in… tribal culture will be seen

Elected President Draupadi Murmu can wear the traditional Santhali saree of her sister-in-law Sukri Tudu for the swearing-in ceremony. Sukri and her husband and the President’s brother Tarinsen Tudu had left for Delhi. They are also bringing ‘Arissa Pitha’, a popular local sweet for Murmu.

“I don’t know what she will wear on this special occasion, Rashtrapati Bhavan will determine her outfit,” Sukri said. Although I am praying that they can wear it. Tarinsen and Sukri live with their families in Uparbeda, which is in Rairangpur in Mayurbhanj.

These leaders and guests will attend the ceremony: Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik, 6 BJP MLAs from Mayurbhanj, three members of Brahmakumari Rairangpur branch Brahmakumari Supriya, Basanti and Govind will also attend the function. Union ministers Ashwini Vaishnav, Dharmendra Pradhan, Bishweshwar Tudu, MPs Suresh Pujari, Basant Panda, Sangeeta Singhdev and her husband KV Singhdev also met Murmu, all of whom will attend the ceremony.

9:25 am: Draupadi Murmu will reach Rashtrapati Bhavan for the guard of honour.

10:10 am: Kovind-Draupadi will reach the Central Hall of Parliament, with the arrival of the national anthem.

10:15 am: Chief Justice Draupadi will administer the oath to Murmu.

10:16 pm: The newly elected President will be given a 21-gun salute.

10:20 am: The newly elected President will have a 25-minute speech. 10:45 am – Both will leave for Rashtrapati Bhavan from Hon’ble Parliament House.

10:50 am: The Heading Over Ceremony will be held in the forecourt of Rashtrapati Bhavan.

11 am: Kovind will depart from Rashtrapati Bhavan.


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