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Author Jogendra Kumar Sinha releases his book Gangar Sapanta

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In a glittering function held recently at Silchar, Jogendra Kumar Sinha, the author released his fifth Bishnupriya Manipuri Play Book, Gangar Sapanta, which is an Epical drama depicting the famous war fought between Arjuna and his son Babru Bhahana in Manipur.

The book was released in the presence of Jyoti Prakash Sinha, President, Assam State Committee of Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Sahitya Parishad, as Chief Guest. Chandrakanta Sinha, working President of Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha, presided over the event.

In a similar event held last year, Jogendra Kumar Sinha released Awar Bhagan, the Historical 5th act play Book. Published by Lairik Laisang Prakashani, Silchar, Awar Bhagan vividly depicts the pitiful state of Manipuris due to seven years of aggression from the Burmese and their migration to Assam, Tripura and Sylhet (Bangladesh). The book ends with the Manipuris with their valour and gallantry ousting the aggressors and resuming the air of tranquility in Manipur.


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