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Silver jubilee celebration of Kendukalai Sahitya Samaj at Kalaigaon

The silver jubilee of Kendukalai Sahitya Samaj of Kalaigaon has been commencing at Kalaigaon with the hoisting of 27 number of Sabha flags on November 18 at 9 am.Twenty five distinguished people of Kalaigaon hoisted all the flags celebrationg completion of glorious twenty years of the branch of Asom Xahitya Xobha.Prominent among them were- Abul Hussain,president and Mahendra Saikia, founder president of the Kendukalai Sahitya Samaj, Kalaigaon; Jagadish Sarkar,EM,BTC;Maheswar Boro,MLA, Kalaigaon; Nabin Chandra Boro,Inspector of Schools, Udalguri etc. Earlier senior journalist Mukut Raj Sarma, secretary of the celebration committee welcomed all the guests with gamocha and spoke about the glorious past of Kendukalai Sahitya Samaj. Bonjar Daimari,EM,BTC inaugurated the Kalaguru Cultural Stage at Gandhi Bakori field at 10.30 am. Later Jagadish Sarkar,EM,BTC laid the foundation stone of the Sahitya Sabha Bhawan at Kalaigaon at 11 am in presence of members of Sahitya Sabha. Several events for children and youths were arranged on the occasion including “Kuhi”,drawing competition for school children,”Ramdhenu”,a cultural competition for boys and girls.Local women and girls of Kalaigaon area organised an interesting cultural event “Akash” at 12 am to much delight of the people present.


 

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