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Senior Citizens Felicitated in Guwahati

Twenty-seven senior citizens were felicited as mark of respect for their valuable contribution in preserving and protecting Bishnupriya Manipuri language and culture in the recently Gokulananda Geetiswami birth anniversary held in Guwahati. (see below the names of the persons).

Two books were released in the programme by Chief Guest Mr Kartiksena Sinha - "Liriliri" ( a book of children's poems) by Hareswar Sinha and Ek Dui Tin, a novel by Manihar Sinha. Notable artistes who performed in the programme are Bina Sinha, Sandhya Sinha, Sarojini, Sudebi, Shamkumar, Debjani, Mrinal kanti Sinha (Tabla), Barnali and Master Sourabh (recitation). Bibul sinha presented a group dance of the young artistes. Sishir Sinha recited two poems in a artistic way.

Mr. Madhusudan Sinha, President and Mr. Narendra Kumar Sinha, General Secretary of the Udjapan Committee welcomed the audience and expressed gratefulness for their kind cooperation to make the celebration a grand success.

Mr. Sanjib Sinha thanked the chief guest and other dignitaries present on the occasion - the speakers, the artistes, and all the workers - who made the celebration a grand success. Sanjib had special praise for Retd Capt (Hony) Swapan Sinha, Retd Sub Maj Tamphasena Sinha, Nanigopal Sinha, Mrs. Mayarani Sinha, Sushil Sinha (DGP Office) and other participants from Maligaon area.

List of Senior Citizens -

1. Bakul Sinha(Maligaon)
2. Mayarani Sinha (Maligaon)
3. Amutol Devi Mukherjee (Maligaon)
4. Gunadhar Sinha(Borbari)
5. Githan Devi (Borbari)
6. Gaurishankar Sinha (Khukon) (Borbari)
7. Khitish Sinha (Borbari)
8. Krishnadhan Sinha(Rangtuli) (Kalapahar)
9. Debojit Sinha (Bhangagarh)
10. Binod Sinha (Bhangagarh)
11. Arun Sinha (Dakhingaon)
12. Manindra Sinha (Dakhingaon)
13. Monisena Rajkumar (Khanapara)
14. Kamalesh Sinha (Khanapara)
15. Sanjay Sinha (Khanapara)
16. Basanta Kumar Sinha (Christianbasti)
17. Sashi Kumar Sinha (Christianbasti)
18. Moni Sinha (T V Tower)
19. Nishikanta Sinha (Panjabari)
20. Gobinda Rajkumar (Beltola)
21. Anil Sinha (Kahilipara)
22. Pratap Sinha (Shaktigarh)


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