Golden jubilee celebration of Nagaon Zila Xahitya Xabha concludes
The golden jubilee celebration of Nagaon Zila Xahitya Xabha concluded on Sunday at Sahityacharya Janjaswar Sarma Khetra at Nagaon Nehrubali field
NAGAON: The three-day long closing ceremony of the golden jubilee celebration of Nagaon Zila Xahitya Xabha concluded on Sunday at Sahityacharya Janjaswar Sarma Khetra at Nagaon Nehrubali field.
In the closing session on Sunday, an open session was held where Paran Kr Boruah, president of Nagaon Zila Xahitya Xabha, chaired the entire programme. Local MLA Rupak Sarma inaugurated the session while noted scholar of Sankari culture and traditions, Dr Naren Kalita, Barhampur MLA Jitu Goswami, MP Padyut Bordoloi, Babul Bora, secretary general of Srimanta Sankardev Sangha were present and also spoke on the occasion.
MP Pradyut Bordoloi ceremonially released the journal of Nagaon Zila Xahitya Xabha and officially declared Rs 10 lakh from his MP fund to Nagaon Zila Xahitya Xabha for a digital archive to preserve the books as well as other documents of the unit. Barhampur MLA Jitu Goswami also ceremonially released the souvenir titled as Swarnasmritee published on occasion of the celebration by Nagaon Zila Xahitya Xabha.
Besides, he also released the book Sri Sri Madhab Deva Bichitra Jiban Aru Avadan penned by Bhisma Durlav Mahanta during the programme. The programme was anchored by Rebat Kr Hazarika. Mrinal Kr Hazarika, general secretary of Nagaon Regional Unit of Axam Xahitya Xabha, Padum Rajkhuwa, former secretary general of Axam Xahitya Xabha and others were also present in the closing session and spoke on the occasion.
Following the session, a cultural extravaganza was also organized in memory of academician Balendranath Sarma in the evening at its open stage. Earlier in the morning, a cultural procession was taken out throughout the small town in which thousands of members of various branches of Nagaon Zila Xahitya Xabha, its well-wishers as well as students from various educational institutions participated with traditional Assamese as well as other indigenous dresses.