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The First ever Bihar Day was celebrated on 17 March in Patna East Ayrshire

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The First ever Bihar Day was celebrated on 17 March in Patna East Ayrshire
 
The First ever Bihar Day was celebrated on 17 March in Patna East Ayrshire. The Consulate General of India. Edinburgh, in association with Bihari and Indian community of Scotland and South and East Ayrshire Council were the key organiser. High commissioner of India, H.E. Y K Sinha was the chief guest for the event. The objective of Bihar Day was to connect two Patna’s together which are 10,000 miles away from each other.

The Patna of Ayrshire was established by William Fullorton in the memory of his father Fullorton in 1802. It consists a Patna Community centre, St Xavier’s school and Patna library. Around 2500 people resides here. River Doon flows from Patna, the name Doon has driven from India.














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