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Dr.Bhupen Hazarika Manch inaugurated at Kalaigaon

On the occasion of the 6th death anniversary of Dr.Bhupen Hazarika,the legendary music maestro of India,a permanent manch was inaugurated at Kalaigon named as Dr.Bhupen Hazarika Manch on November 5 with a day long programme.The permanent manch was constructed under MGNREGA schemce at the premises of Kalaigaon Pragotisil Jonomanch.Assam singing icon Jubin Garg formally inaugurated the manch in a public meeting which was presided over by DN Hazarika, SDO (Civil), Bhergaon cum president of the celebration committee. Kamal Kataki,longtime colleague of Dr.Hazarika attended the inaugural ceremony as the chief guest while Ramen Deka,MP,Mangaldai LS;Dilip Kumar Das,Deputy commissioner, Udalguri;Thaneswar Malakar, writer cum Deputy Commissioner, Barpeta district; Biraj Kumar Barua, Circle Officer, Kalaigaon Revenue Circle; artist Pabitra Rabha etc.attended as distinguished guests.Various cultural events were also organized for students and children.A spectacular cultural evening was held in the evening in memory of late music legend of India.

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