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BishnupriyaManipuri Online opens Group in Facebook

By RK Rishikesh Sinha

Readers, at the outset, let me thanks everybody who have been with this blog since its inception, and to those who have recently joined. My heartfelt thanks also go to countless readers who have spent few minutes to stop at this blog and took something from here.

There has been a massive spurt of information and creativity from our people recently. That has never been seen before. On September 16, 2007, this blog was created. Since then, the blog has come a long way in its journey. And it has set many milestones and garnered love and respect from all of you.

Unveiling BishnupriyaManipuri Online Group (BMOG) in Facebook

There is no bridge to fill the gap between webosphere (search engines) and social networks. "BishnupriyaManipuri Online Group (BMOG)" was created especially in Facebook so that the gap could be reduced and we give ‘something’ best to the world, and to our coming generation.

A case in point, one of the stories written by Dils Lakshmindra Sinha was well appreciated by 'other' readers in social networks. We observe, the story originated in webosphere, later it went ‘social’ and vice-versa. Like this, there are many Bishnupriya Manipuri-related articles, news, and features that were appreciated and shared in social networks by us and by others.

About the BMOG in Facebook

It is an OPEN, non-moderated group. Its purpose is to share information, give updates, discuss topics, appreciate creativity, spread love and unity. 

Objective: Creating structured, valuable information and catering it to the world. Comments and posts would be added in this blog, thus making ‘content’ search engine friendly. The Group is open for Bishnupriya Manipuri and non- Bishnupriya Manipuri members.

Everybody is invited to become member of this Group. But before that please read the above few lines.


We haven't sent invitation to anybody. It will be a voluntary step. We'll appreciate the initiative. 

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