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Writers' Forum Seminar Photo

The seminar "Challenges before Minor Languages of Assam", was organised by Bishnupriya Manipuri Writers' Forum in Guwahati on October 4, 2009.

Dr KP Sinha delivering a speech in the Seminar cum workshop on 'Challenges before the Minor Language of Asom' organised by Bishnupriya Manipuri Writers' Forum, Guwahati at Guwahati Press Club premises in Guwahati on 4th October 2009.

MLA Patharkandi Kartiksena Sinha delivering a speech in the Seminar cum workshop on 'Challenges before the Minor Language of Asom' organised by Bishnupriya Manipuri Writers' Forum, Guwahati at Guwahati Press Club premises in Guwahati on 4th October 2009.

Participants at the seminar

Media persons and participants at the seminar

Read article: Minor languages can help protect Assamese society

Photo: Sanjib Sinha, Guwahati


  1. dear rishi,
    yesterday I had seen advertise of Union bank of India recruiting 1054
    clerkcum cashier all over india.
    assam having 24post.
    please ck and publish the per required data.
    if u need more mail me.
    bipul sarma
    tezu,arunachal pradesh.

  2. Thanks Bipul for the update. The recruitment has been carried here.

    rk rishikesh sinha

  3. I m bit confused while reading these two comments.In what way these two comments are related to the photographs of the seminar"
    Challenges before Minor Languages,"
    I could not gauge it.Any way the comments are well founded and informative.

    These photoes are of only dais related,there should have been few
    more photoes of audiences.Why did
    the photographer shy of shooting the so called workshop activities?

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  5. I thank Rishi for publishing the BMWF photos to the web and thankful to Reboti uncle for his valuable comment on photographs. I have already sent the photographs having audience/participants to the source and hope Rishi will solve the purpose for the satisfaction of the world wide viewer.


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