The 161st Ravindra Jayanti observed throughout Assam

The 161st Ravindra Jayanti observed throughout Assam

Demow: Under the auspices of the All Assam Bengali Youth Students’ Union (AABYSF), the 161st Rabindra Jayanti was organized in a full-day program on Monday on the grounds of Demow Kalimandir in collaboration with the people of Demow. As scheduled, the program began with the raising of the AABYSF flag, which was raised by Rabindra Ghosh of the Sivasagar District Committee, the Secretary-General of AABYSF.

Swahid Tarpan was provided by Raj Ghosh, AABYSF Secretary General of the Demou Regional Committee. The ritual lamp in front of the portrait of Mold Guru Rabindranath Tagore was illuminated by Devabrat Day, a teacher at Hem Chandra Borgohain Model English School Demou. The art competition was held among children, started by Prana Bujotideoli, a teacher at Demou’s school. Demou’s AABYSF artist and female leader, Sangita Guha Roy, took this opportunity to play Rabindra Sangeet. The children sang Robindra Sanghite’s song and performed a dance on the spot.

DIBRUGARH: The 161st Rabindra Jayanti was observed by the Bengali Department on Monday in connection with the IQAC of Dibrugarh College. Dr. Adity Baruah, an associate professor of Sanskrit, started the program with beautiful expressions of Rabindra Sangeet in both Bengali and Sanskrit. In a welcome remark, Dr. Jitu Buragohain, Principal of the University, emphasized the relevance of Tagore in understanding nationalism, followed by Vice-Principal Dr. Mahesh Kumar Jain’s speech on Tagore’s life and work. Dr. Pinto Roy, Associate Professor of History at Digboy Mahira Mahabi Diaryaya, was invited as a guest speaker for a lecture on “Tagore and Nationalism”. In a short speech, Dr. Roy explored the evolution of Tagore’s understanding of nationalism through Tagore’s artistic and literary works by developing what he called “ectopic hermeneutics.”

Haflong: Rabindranath Tagore’s 161st Anniversary is hosted by the Haflong Chapter of Nikilbar Ratbanga Sahitia Sameran and the Haflong Music College, and on Monday in the majestic atmosphere of the Haflong Music College Conference Hall, here the Queen of Haflong. Was celebrated in the town of Dima Hasao.

The program began with the lighting of the lamps and the payment of floral compliments to the beautifully decorated portrait of Rabindranath Tagore by all guests and members of Nikir Bharat Banga Sahitia Sameran and Haflong College of Music. .. Haflong College of Music students and children performed Kabigur dances and songs. Kabigur’s poems were also quoted during the program. At that time, President Nikil Bharat Banga Sahitia Sameran, Professor Sakir Fusian Raskar and others gave lectures, explaining the importance of Rabindranath Tagina and sketches of the life of Kaviguru Rabindranath.

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