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Janma Jayanti of Geetiswami Gokulananda in Guwahati on 27th Nov

By Col. Bijoy Sinha, Guwahati

Geetiswami Gokulananda Janma Jayanti Udjapan Committee of Guwahati, Assam, is going to celebrate the 115th Birth Anniversary (Janma Jayanti) of Geetiswami Gokulananda on 27th November, 2011 (Sunday) at Shilpagram Auditorium (near Kalakhetra), Panjabari, Guwahati. Like every year, the udjapan committee will be observing the day commemorating the life and contribution of Gokulananda Geetiswami, the noted poet, playwright and social reformer of the Bishnupriya Manipuri community.

On the occasion, the main attractions will be the ‘Speech session’ by different speakers in memory of the contribution of the great soul, award function viz., the 'Geetiswami Award-2011' to a social activist for his/her life time achievement in the field of social service and other specified fields, felicitation of meritorious students, ‘NINGOR KHUTTOL’ (Gift of Honour) to be awarded by DILS Association and at last the cultural programme. The three awardees of ‘NINGOR KHUTTOL’ for the year 2011 as announced by DILS Debojyoti Sinha on behalf of DILS Association are – Uttam Kumar Singha, originally from Tilakpur 
(Bhanugach) of Bangladesh; at present staying at New York, America; RK Rishikesh Sinha, Delhi and Pratibha Sinha, Guwahati for their commendable services and dedication in popularizing the Bishnupriya Manipuri society, culture, literary and various current affairs through the internet media.

The Udjapon committee, Guwahati invites all Bishnupriya Manipuri masses from every corner of the country to make the celebration a grand success by attending the programme. 


  1. Rishi, congratulations on getting this award. Very well deserved. I'm sure this recognition will further motivate you to continue with many more roads less travelled by others!
    Way to go!


  2. Thanks Prabal. The award goes to the blog and its members who have contributed and to those who follow the blog. 

    Thanks again. 
    RK Rishikesh Sinha

  3. Great news.
    Congratulations to Uttam, Rishi and Pratibha for being selected for "NINGOR KHUTTOL-2011" award by DILS Team for your outstanding contributions.
    All of you deserve this recognition.
    Hope this award will stimulate your creativity, blogging n writing.

    And also thanks to DILS team for coming up with such an award (recognition) to outstanding individuals.

  4. Thanks Bijit da, 

    I feel honoured that the blog has been appreciated. I am thankful to the people who has been always connected to it. And I will try my level best to continue with sincerity. 

    RK Rishikesh Sinha

  5. Thanks Bijit da, Congrats to Uttam'da and Rishikesh too.

  6. Well done, DILS Associates! you have recognised the Gems of our Bishnupriya community.My good wishes would be always with them.

    1. Could you tell something about "DILS".

  7. Congratulation!!!! Uttam da, Rishikesh and Prativa. My heartiest wishes r always with u all. May u people continue the good work.

  8. Homa thail. DILS songthahane esade hoba thourang ahan koranirka thakat. Rishi Girok baro Prativa githanokore tanur hoba kamorka somajetto upojukto somman januadenai mi yam kalakpeluilu. Amare thoutal denar saruke Bijitda, Anirta baro habbire yampara thakat.

  9. Thanks to all, Please tell me the Birth date and expired date of Sri Sri   Bhubaneshwar Sadhu Thakur

  10. Rupa Dev@ Abhirbhab: 10 Karttik 1277 San, bhatridbitiya, 26 October 1870Tirudhan: 1 Shraban 1346 San, sukla pratipada, 17 July 1939

  11. Uttam-girokore arrak akkhum baro thakat ,
    kya bulle giroke jesade girokor hridiyoupa kotochuti jesade ikoredese ouhani asoupa amar dhare ikoredese. Ouhanat harpani pariyar girokor bhandare koto Ima Bishnupriya homeya ase.



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