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Bwisagu keeps Koktajhar in rock and roll

Kokrajhar: Bwisagu is being celebrated in Kokrajhar like Rongali Bihu in other parts of the state with huge pomp and festive mood on Sunday.

Bodo people worshiped  the almighty Bwrai Bathou (Lord Shiva) on the first day Bwisagu month seeking His divine welfare and integrity for all sections of communities in the state.
The All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) organised an Open Bwisagu festival at KDSA ground in Kokrajhar.
People from all walks of life participated with Kham, Shifung, Jotha, Serja and sung Bwisagu song that showcase dance with great enthusiasm moment which created amusement as well dancing environment to welcome Assamese new year(1425).
Dressed with Aronai, Gamcha, Dokhona and Jwmgra etc, the folks performed Bihu husuri in their localities on the first day of Bwisak month.The day look huge integrity where irrespective of caste, creed and language participated.
On the occasion, ABSU president Promod Boro hoisted ABSU flag followed Bwisagu  flag by Bibekananda Narzary, president of the Boro Somaj,Kokrajhar district unit. ABSU felicitated senior citizens with traditional Bodo Aronai on the day.
Boro extended Bwisagu greetings to all citizens of the state and wished a healthy state in coming days making unity and tranquillity among all sections of communities.
Among others, ex MPs UG Brahma,SK Bwiswmuthiary,noted writer Brajendra Kumar Brahma were prominent attendees on the occasion.
A young Boro singer, who is able to sing various songs of singer Jubin Garg, Mantumani Saikia, Arijit Singh, Kishore Kumar, staged a open singing showcase in Kokrajhar today on the Bwisagu celebration.
He is none other than Gautam Brahma of remote Duligaon in Kokrajhar district. He is a classical singer and fan of Jubin Garg, has been performing open singing showcase in Kokrajhar and it's adjoining area.
'I am a very fan of Jubin, so singing songs of Jubin at various places', he said.
The Bwisagu celebration is going in full swing on the first day of the Bwisak month.
Huge peoples from different areas are seeing busy in Bwisagu celebration with traditional music instruments which gained up integrity and entertainment at the residence of BTC executive member Rajiv Brahma in Kokrajhar town along the JD Road.
Brahma extended his Bwisagu greetings on the day and hope that Bwisagu or Bihu will be bringing peace and integrity among all sections of communities in the region. 
As the Bwisagu is being celebrated across the state, the Adivashi community is celebrating the Sarhul Utsov on the first day of Bohag month today to accord the Assamese new year.
The Utsov was organized by All Adivashi Students Association of Assam (AASAA)  at Daloabari Patraline in Kokrajhar district.
Adivashi ladies, youngs showcase Sarhul dance on the day to mark the celebration which has been organised in the Bihu celebration.The utsov is a festival to welcome new year and is totally natural based festival.
BTC executive member Rajiv Brahma, AASAA president Stephen Lakra graced guests on the occasion.
The Koch Rajbongshi peoples organised Bisuwa Utsov at Rashmela ground in Kokrajhar on the first day of Bohag month.
The utsov saw huge thronging of participants and cultural troupes that presented Kushan dance, gowalini dance, bamboo dance.
A fashion show was also arranged on the day to mark the celebration which attracted enjoyment of the programmes.
'The fashion show was great entertainment and attractive for audience. It will enfluence among coming up generation while taking fashion show career building ',said a fashion show organiser.

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