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BMWF condoles death of Dr KP Sinha

Courtesy: The Sentinel

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, June 5: The Bishnupriya Manipuri Writers’ Forum (BMWF) condoled the death of Indologist and scholar of repute Dr Kali Prasad Sinha at a meeting at Rehabari in Guwahati today. The condolence meeting that was presided over by BMWF president DILS Lakshmindra Sinha was attended among others by BMWF vice-president Narendra Kumar Sinha, Sanjib Sinha, Ranjita Sinha and others.

Delivering his lecture at the condolence meeting, DILS Sinha took a short trip down the memory lane on his long roller-coaster relationship with Dr KP Sinha. The relationship between the two, according to DILS Sinha, was a blend of affection and respect to each other amid distinct and open differences that they failed to sink. DILS Sinha said that the demise of the great scholar created a void in the Bishnupriya Manipuri community.

Meanwhile, EMA Socio Welfare Society, Guwahati chairman Sanjib Sinha and secretary Shyam Kishore Sinha also condoled the death of Dr KP Sinha and Mridangacharya-cum-Nrityacharya Nilmadhab Mukherjee. They prayed for the eternal peace of the two greats in the Bishnuriya Manipuri community.

The addya-shraddha of the Mridangacharya will be held at Christian Basti in Guwahati on Monday.

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