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Surajkund Mela makes Assam proud

The entire Surajkund Mela turns into a mini Assam where the state’s rich cultural heritage is on display.

The event this time focuses Assam to establish its beautiful potential to uplift the tourism sector. The state seems to have tapped the opportunity as this fair is visited by a large number of visitors from different parts of India and the world. Meira Kumar on Tuesday appreciated Assam’s culture when she was visiting the function with Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi.

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