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Asom Sahitya Sabha holds spl session in Ledo


Ningrula Harmony Ground turns breaks into a sea of humanity as the Asom Sahitya Sabha is holding it 7th Special Annual Session at Ledo. The second and third day also drew large crowds of visitors and literary enthusiasts.


Book fair, exhibition, poet summit and seminars pulled no less crowd from morning to evening not to speak of the glittering cultural functions at night.


NE PPC director Deben Basumatari, Rong Bong Terang, Yesse Dorje Thongse, Kangkonese litterateur Damodar Mouz and Bengali litterateur Suchandra Bhattachajee are prominent among the guests who attended the session.



PHOTOS (c): UB Photos


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