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SIGNATORY TO ASSAMESE CULTURE, ‘RONGALI BHU’ IS ‘celebration of spring’


‘Rongali Bihu’ is the signatory to Assamese culture. It is celebrated in the advent of Assamese New Year in the first month ‘Bohag’. It is the most significant festival showcasing the vibrant cultural heritage of Assam. This festival starts during mid-April in the Spring season, so ‘Rongali Bihu’ is ‘Basanta Utsav’ or ‘Celebration of Spring’, which stimulates everywhere the spirit of happiness and rejoicing in a fraternity among diversity. Hence, this native  festival  of  Assam naturally offers an excellent opportunity for the people living in Assam to participate in full manner. [Read More] [PDF Online]  

                                                                                                               
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Rabindranath Tagore always considered as the motivator of all time. For Indians Rabindranath Tagore is a symbol of its cultural splendor and revitalization. Amartya Sen described Tagore as “a towering figure in the millennium old literature of Bengal”. During his life time he travelled several palaces and described his experiences regarding the visit of those places’ history, society, economy, education, arts and so on in his writings. Rabindranath visited Russia during 1930. [Read More] [PDF Online]


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I am watching from the spectator’s gallery – my son Rishi on the far side of the court in front of us. He shifted from looking at us  to take a side-on posture, instinctively bounced the ball a couple  of times on the ground while gauging the opponent, then tossed the ball temporarily locked  in the grip of his left hand, the torso bent backwards in a rhythmic way, the right hand bent at the elbow and grip of the racquet momentarily stopped just behind the shoulder, the ball is coming down from the highest point of its trajectory [Read More] [PDF Online]

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