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Yet another record on the cards

Assam is set to set yet another record. Come January 6. Altogether 15,000 artistes are going to perform kholat Mejenga Pathar in Titabor with an aim to create a Guinness world record. The venture would help the state spread the culture that was introduced by Vaishnavite siant Srimanta Sankardeva. The event is being organized under the aegis of Srimanta Sankardeva Sangha Titabor Committee.

The mega event is being held to showcase the Assamese khol for the global community to admire. The artistes, wearing the same traditional attire, are gearing up to play the same beat on the instrument for 15 minutes in their bid to create to create a Guinness world record.

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