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Bwisagu festival at UN Academy in Kokrajhar

Students, teacher and guardians have joined hands with great enthusiasts in the Bwisagu festival celebration being organized at UN Academy complex in Kokrajhar district on Saturday.

 The UN Academy, a private managed Bodo medium school has organized the Rongjali Bwisagu festival for the first time at school complex in Kokrajhar where student, teacher and guardians took part with enthusiasts’ moment with traditional song as well as music instruments like Kham, Siphung, Jotha, Gwmkhao etc.

 A Bwisagu dance competition was also organized among students on the occasion.Students,teacher are presented good Bwisagu song and dance with traditional  music instruments.

  Krishna Gopal Basumatary, director of UN Academy said that the school has been celebrated the Bwisagu to create cultural activities among student as well society.

 'Bwisagu/Bihu is our national festival where we take enjoyment through our traditional song and music which gets opportunity to come limelight', Basumatary said.We are getting an environement by organizing programme in the school, he added.

Urkhao Gwra Brahma, former MP and chairman of UN Academy Board said that the school has been organizing the Bwisagu in its initiative. ‘This is a festival of creating cultural integration in the region that give a cultural activity arena’, Brahma said.

Guardians of the students have appreciated the Bwisagu festival organized by UN Academy authority for the first time ever in the school.

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