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Bhogali Bihu celebrated accross State

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  17 Jan 2016 12:00 AM GMT


JORHAT, Jan 16: Bhogali Bihu was celebrated in Jorhat with traditiol fervor.

In Moimaji, on the outskirts of Jorhat, Bhogali Bihu was celebrated with a three day-long programme with various traditiol games. Din Bhao was performed by children on Saturday.

Bongaigaon: Following traditiol way, Bhogali Bihu was celebrated in Bongaigaon. A socio-cultural organization of Bongaigaon called Surya had organized a two-day long celebration. Samya Bharadwaj from Surya said that the Meji was built in Borpara area of Bongaigaon town where hundreds of people participated. “On the next day the Meji was been burnt in a traditiol way by senior citizen Dwipendra Choudhury. Before this, flag of Surya was hoisted by eminent social worker Sanjib Baruah and lamp lighting was done by Nripen Mahanta. A tree plantation programme was also conducted and ladoo and pitha were distributed among the poor,” Bharadwaj said.

KALAIGAON: Majorchuba Anchalik Bhogali Bihu Udjapan Samittee observed Bhogai Bihu with a two-day long programme from January 15 in the premises of Bagishachuba LP School.

The first day started with flag hoisting by Harichandra Das, president of Majorchuba Anchalik Bhogali Bihu Udjapan Samittee where Girish Hazarika performed homage ceremony. After that plantation and games competition was organized by the committee.

The second day started with marathan race, literacy competition and dance competition. On the occasion, an open meeting was held and this was presided over by Harichandra Das while Anta th gave the welcome speech. BTC Speaker Tridip Daimari took part in this meeting as chief guest. Several noted persons like former MLA Maheswar Boro, teacher Ramakanta th, Purandar Baruah and jourlist Arun Sarmah took part in this open meeting.

DEMOW: Along with the rest of the State, the Magh Bihu was celebrated in Demow also with pomp and gaiety on Friday. The mejis were burnt in Demow town and its surroundings areas in the morning. The Bhela Ghar which was designed in the style of Rang Ghar in Bokota Japihajia gaon near Demow drew attention of the people. The width of bhelaghar was 50 feet and the height was 20 feet.

Youths of the village various sports events and performed dances and songs in front of the Bhela Ghar.

The Bhela Ghar designed like Kareng Ghar at Sarugua was caught attention of the villagers. The traditiol mela at Dehajan was held gracefully which was attended by thousands of peoples to enjoy the famous cock fight.

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