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Cultural Function of Assam by Assam Association of Mumbai

The Assam Association, Mumbai organizes a cultural
function of traditional Assamese music and dance to be
performed by reputed artists specially invited from Assam
on Sunday 23rd September 2007 at Assam Bhawan,
Vashi, from 4 pm to 7 pm. Those cultural items were
created by Sri Sri Sankardeva, the greatest cultural and
social reformer of NE India.
On this occasion, the association takes the pleasure to
invite you and your associates/journalists to make this
event a success. We shall be grateful, if you kindly grant
your consent to our request.
We the people of Assam look forward to receive you on
the special day.
Thanking you,
Deepankar Borgohain
Joint Secretary
The Assam Association, Mumbai organizes a cultural
function of traditional Assamese music and dance to be
performed by reputed artists specially invited from Assam
on Sunday 23rd September 2007 at Assam Bhawan,
Vashi, from 4 pm to 7 pm. Those cultural items were
created by Sri Sri Sankardeva, the greatest cultural and
social reformer of NE India.
On this occasion, the association takes the pleasure to
invite you and your associates/journalists to make this
event a success. We shall be grateful, if you kindly grant
your consent to our request.
We the people of Assam look forward to receive you on
the special day.
Thanking you,
Deepankar Borgohain
Joint Secretary
Mumbai : The Assam Association, Mumbai is organizing a cultural function of traditional Assamese music and dance to be performed by reputed artists specially invited from Assam on Sunday 23rd September 2007 at Assam Bhawan, Vashi, from 4 pm to 7 pm. Sri Sri Sankardeva, the greatest cultural and social reformer of North East India, created those cultural items.

Please contact the following for any further information in the programme : .

General Secretary:

General Secretary : Deepen Rajkonwar, Tel.: 9892114116,

Joint Secretary : Deepankar Borgohain, Tel: 9821219134

Joint Secretary : Deepankar Borgohain, Tel: 9821219134
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Rubi K.'s picture

It was very nice to get the news about the celebration of greatest saint of Asom Srimanta Sankardev, who was the founder of basic culture and peace in Assam, which is still followed to maintain our strong history.
Palashi Aidew's picture

I have gone through the great celebration that was organised by you.I am really happy to know this and I too want to be a proud member of your community.I am also from Assam.Please let me know how should I proceed to be a part of your organisation.
Archana Baruah Bhattacharjee's picture

Its great. I am really happy that you keep us bonding. I am from Assam. Also let let me know how can I be a member of this association.
Appu kumar das's picture

Deepan-da, congratulation for the succesfull journey of the assoiation & I wish all the best for the comeing activities! from Appu kumar das (australia)
ANANTA BORAH's picture

its very nice to get function the news of celebration of cultural of traditional assamese music and dance.

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