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Bidyasagar Narzary conferred Gurudev Kalicharan Brahma award

Noted writer Bidyasagar Narzary has been conferred Gurudev Kalicharan Brahma award at a programme in Kokrajhar.

 A birth centenary seminar on Gurudev Kalicharan Brahma was started today with two day programme scheduled held here at Science College, Kokrajhar auditorium.

The award has been constituted by Gurudev Kalicharan Brahma Trust to recall contributions and dedication of Gurudev Kalicharan who has been well known as social reformer,spiritual leader in the state of Assam. The award comprising of a citation, Aronai, cash Rs. 50,000  and many gifts in the name of Gurudev Kalicharan Brahma,who born in Parbatjhora. Padmashri (Dr)  Kameswar Brahma,former president of Bodo Sahitya Sabha given away the award. Narzary was former director of Press Information Bureu for NE region. The seminar was organized by Sahitya Akademi and Bodo Sahitya Sabha,which was chaired by Toren Boro, president of the Bodo Sahitya Sabha.

Padmashri (Dr)  Kameswar Brahma, former president of the Bodo sahitya sabha, Dr Anil Boro, Prof Anjalee Basumatary, Kokrajhar Govt College, Prof Indira Boro, Bodoland University were attended as resource persons on the occasion.

Among others, Dr Devendra Kumar Devesh,regionla secretary of the Sahitya Akademi,Eastern Region,Gopinath Borgoyary,noted writer were prominent attendees on the occasion.

Organiser of the seminar and Sahitya Akademi member,Dr Ajit Boro told that the seminar has been emphasized to bring alive of the ideology and philosophies of the Gurudev Kalicharan Brahma,who had contributed a lot to the society of the state.He said that Sahitya Akademi and Bodo sahitya sabha jointly organising the seminar to make healthy memoration of the Gurudev among society.He said that Gurudev Kalicharan Brahma award has been confering every year from last year and this year conferee to noted writer Bidyasagar Narzary.

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