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People’s Bank holds religious programs to mark 57th Anniversary

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People’s Bank celebrated its 57th Anniversary, which fell on 1 July, with a series of religious programs. Organised by the bank’s Buddhist Association, Hindu Association, Muslim Majlis and the Christian Guild, the religious observances were held at People’s Bank Head Office premises amidst a large gathering of bank employees.

Accordingly, People’s Bank’s Buddhist Association organised an all-night Pirith Ceremony on 30 June, which was followed by an alms giving for 57 Buddhist monks the next day. Hindu Association, Muslim Majlis and the Christian Guild of People’s Bank also conducted respective religious observances on 2 July.

The religious programs were organised with an aim to invoke blessings to the country, its people and customers as well as the founders of People’s Bank. CEO/General Manager of People’s Bank N. Vasantha Kumar, Corporate and Executive Management of the bank, the present and past staff members graced the occasion. 

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