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Assam Association Gurgaon celebrates Uruka and Magh Bihu

The chillness in the air on the evening of 14th January, 2008, couldn't deter the Assamese as well as the well-wishers of Assam, residing in the millennium city of Gurgaon and Delhi to participate in a fun-filled 'Uruka'. The event was organized by Assam Association Gurgaon in a very big field in Sector-46 away from hustles of the day to day life in the Millenium city of Gurgaon.

The celebration was graced by the presence of renowned classical dancer from Assam Padmashree Pushpa Bhuyan along with her husband Sri Nabakamal Bhuyan, daughter and son-in-law, Retired IAS officer Sri M. P. Bezbaruah, World Bank Consultant in Washington Dr. Jiten Gopal Borpuzari along with few others. As soon as it was dark, the theme was set by lighting up of the bonfire along with a well decorated pendal in the backdrop. More than 100 people gathered and enjoyed the evening with a sumptuous dinner and 'Mukoli Bihu'. The evening was marked by a few rounds of 'Tambola' and a Music Chair for ladies. The sumptuous dinner consisting of 'Murgir Mangso', 'Masor Tenga Jool', 'Murighonto', 'Boot Dal', 'Lebera bhaji', 'Bilahir Tok' and a sweet is followed by melodious songs by Sri Debojit Das. Enthusiastic participants gathered in the makeshift pendal and few from the audiences namely Dr. Geeta Baruah Nath, Srimati Mallika Sharma, Srimati Mimun Bharali Das, Sri Sidhanta Kashyap rendered melodious 'Bihu Geet'. The audience indulged in impromptu Bihu Dance and filled the air with the sound of 'Dhol' & 'Tal'. The dance by Dr. P. R. Agarwal & his wife Mrs. Nisha Agarwal were one of the leading dancing pairs. Few of the more enthusiastic crowd, stayed through out the night to light the 'Mezi' on the morning of Magh Bihu. The evening was cherished by the crowed gathered.

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Sushil Kumar Laskar's picture

These are very good thing. We should celebrate all the cultural events. I got the email invitation but due to some family problem I was not able to join the function, I am very very sorry ....
Juthika Das's picture

It was a news of joy that those persons living outside Assam donot forget the culture of Assamese people during this era of artificiality.such type of news realy make the Assamese like me very happy.As an Assamese we should try to keep our culture alive in outside also.Celebrate this culture with great enthusiastic every year.
rajib's picture

I'm in Gurgaon since 2001 but did not know so far that such celebration happens here.The organiser should publish event in local advertiser,such Gurgaon Plus, if they wants the celebration mass participation.
manash pratim borah's picture

Would help if we connect.
Probin Das(Bulu)'s picture

Though i was invited by mail but could not attend the ceremony due to my duty. As i am a worker in a Hotel, but next time i am great ready to attend such kind of activity. Besides it is very useful as well as important to focus an idea about the culture of Assam in front of the entire world. Wishing the very best of all the well wisher and the organisar of the association.
Pooja Kaushik's picture

I have been living in Gurgaon for past 9 years and have never known about such events taking place. Would love to be a part of it. I have been able to celebrate Ronagali and Bhogali Bihu for years now. Regards Pooja
M Gogoi's picture

This year's Rongali Bihu 2010 celebration was a grand success. A lot improved from when we first started celebrating the same in Gurgaon (year 2007). And I hope and pray that with every passing year we organise it in much much grander way !!! And Kudos to mridul da (president AAG) who puts a lot of extra time , energy and effort to make it Successful, Grand and better than previous year every year !!!
Aroop Kalita's picture

I alongwith my family came to Gurgaon in April 2010. We are eager and shall be very happy to participate in various events organised by Assam Association Gurgaon in future.Hoping to receive an intimation about the same.
Monalisa Neog Varghese's picture

I'm in Gurgaon since 2009,n wanted to join the association for bihu n other related celebrations, but till now could not get through anyone who could help me with this. can anyone guide me??
Rinu's picture

I am an Assamese living in Sukhrali, Gurgaon for the last 4 years with my husband. And I would really like to meet up with people from the northeast residing here. I have heard that there are quite a number of assamese families here, and we can organise some parties, etc.

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