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http://www.dimorianreview.com/2015/11/telpung-unsung-maestro-of-lalilang.html#axzz3qzXJNAwY
 “Toiye Herow Lalilang Oi
Ghoror Jonir Gali Khang Oi
Ebati Koi Modoke Oi Diya
Modore Nichate Oi
Bagori Nu Porilu Oi
Tirir Aji Gali Oi Khalu”

The most popular folk songs and dance in Assam, Lalilang is the innate ethnic anatomy of culture and traditions of Dimoria in the outskirt of Guwahati city. In our published issue for January-February 2015, we wrote something about this magnificent and unadulterated ethnic culture and this time also, we are adding few more words about Lalilang for his fond memory of respected Telpung - a common man, but a maestro of Lalilang songs and dance, to pay tribute to him, who left for heavenly abode on 7th September, 2015 at about 90 years of age. Late Shri Jugeswar Pator of Senabor village under Khetri P.S. was popularly known with his nickname, Telpung. The second person in Dimoria to receive the coveted ‘Silpi’ pension of Government of Assam, Telpung was also awarded ‘Dhanjit Medhi Memorial Award’ - an honour at regional level for his dedication and contribution in folk culture [Read More] [PDF Online]

RESEARCH ARTICLES


>PHYSICAL SCIENCE

By Khanin Pathak, Bhabesh Gogoi and Syed Wasifur Rahman 
Different macro and micro minerals present in rice play an important role in body regulatory functions and metabolism. In the present investigation, the mineral content of different rice cultivars of the hilly region of Assam was analysed. The ash content of hill rice cultivars was ranged from 1.0 - 2.2%. In the hill rice cultivars, the range of macro elements such as P, K, Na, Mg and Ca were found[Read More] [PDF Online]


>SOCIAL AND BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE

By Daithun Baro[Read More] [PDF Online]

By Pranami Bania[Read More] [PDF Online]

By Ratna Das[Read More] [PDF Online]

By Rini Sonowal, Runu Borah Saikia and Torun Saikia[Read More] [PDF Online]

ESSAYS ON EMERGING ISSUES


By Anupam Thakuria[Read More] [PDF Online]

By Aminul Islam[Read More] [PDF Online]

By Rajkumar Bharali[Read More] [PDF Online]

BOOK REVIEW

By Mamoni Gogoi Baruah

http://www.dimorianreview.com/2015/11/asomiya-sahitya-sanskritir-abhash.html#axzz3qszXnezr
Article is an important literature work conceiving knowledge shift of scholarly studies on a subject. The collection of seventeen selected essays in Assamese on Assamese Literature and Culture, entitled ‘Asomiya Sahitya – Sanskriti Abhash’, written by Archana Konwar, Assistant Professor, Department of Assamese, Chandra Kamal Bezbaruah College, Teok, Jorhat, Assam, India is certainly a book of perceiving involvement of the author in Assamese Literature and Culture of Assam.

The author left no stone unturned to reflect important things meant for every article included in the book.It is notable that the author has gathered required information and made in-depth study on the aspects of literature and culture considered under study which have helped the author to present vividly in the book [Read More] [PDF Online]


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