"I will be present at her oath-taking ceremony on Monday," Patnaik told reporters.
Records show that since 1977, successive presidents have taken oath on July 25.
Union ministers Dharmendra Pradhan and G. Kishan Reddy, and BJP national general secretaries C.T. Ravi and Vinod Tawde were among the first to reach Murmu's residence to oversee the preparations.
His Holiness expressed confidence that the new President will do whatever she can to consolidate India's strengths and provide a lead in working to develop a more peaceful world, inspired by the treasures of India's ancient wisdom.
Draupadi Murmu was flooded with congratulatory messages from President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik and other leaders and dignitaries.
As expected, NDA’s candidate and daughter of Odisha, Draupadi Murmu scripted history by winning the crucial Presidential election which had kept the entire world glued.
Celebrations have erupted in different parts of the country with BJP leaders and workers rejoicing in front of the party offices as Murmu inched closer to victory in the Presidential election.
Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) president, Sarat Pattanayak on Tuesday said the high command is aware of the incident.
Out of the eight MPs, two were from BJP, and one each from Congress, Samajwadi Party, BSP, Shiv Sena, AIMIM and DMK, sources said.
The same year, Alva attended the third United Nations World Conference on Women in Nairobi, and on her return to India, was instrumental in setting up a women's cell within the Planning Commission (now Niti Aayog) and a number of Ministries.
BJP Bhubaneswar unit leaders led by State party President Samir Mohanty lightened lamps at Lingaraja temple and performed yagna at Bibhisaneswara temple for Murmu.
The locals congregated at the village priest’s (Dehury) house in the morning and invited him to perform the puja. Following the invitation, the Dehury was dressed up in traditional attire and went to the Jahira to perform puja.
Sena President Uddhav Thackeray made the formal announcement after a series of consultations with the party MPs, MLAs, and other leaders including tribals.
In an analysis report released on Tuesday by the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), a total of 4,72,477 votes (44 per cent) out of 10,74,364 votes analysed are of MPs/MLAs who have declared criminal cases against themselves.
A team of BJD leaders met Congress Legislature Party leader Narasingha Mishra and OPCC Chief Sharat Pattnaik and sought their support for Draupadi Murmu in the Presidential poll on Wednesday.