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10th death anniversary of Suchibrata Roychoudhury observed

By STAFF REPORTER

GUWAHATI, Dec 5 - The tenth death anniversary of Dina Bandhavi Suchibrata Roychoudhury was observed at old-age home Amar Ghar, Patharquarry here on Monday in the presence of a large gathering. Dr Biswa Dutta presided over the meeting held on the occasion.

Jogabrata Dutta, working president of Amar Ghar, explained the purpose of the meeting.

Dr Nirmal Kumar Choudhury, former vice chancellor of Gauhati University while inaugurating the function, dwelt at length on the great humanitarian works and literary contributions of Suchibrata Roychoudhury who, he said, was a true friend of the poor and downtrodden.

Senior journalist DN Chakravartty, while recollecting his association with Dina Bandhavi since their college days, said that as a true daughter of a revolutionary and patriotic father, she grew up as an ardent patriot and a true friend of the suffering humanity.

�As an accomplished writer and thinker, she strode the various lanes of poetry, drama, short story, novel, music and thought-provoking articles. She was also an accomplished translator and was awarded by Sahitya Akademi for her translations,� he added.

Kumud Kalita, a philanthropist and educationist from Pathsala, was awarded the Dina Bandhavi Social Service Award.

Litterateur Nirupama Borgohain who presented the award to Kalita, lauded him for his social service.

In his acceptance speech, Kalita narrated how he grew up as a poor working student serving at tea stalls and also as a labourer and still managed to complete his master�s degree. He gave an account of how his shelter home Topoban was taking care of poor and orphaned children.

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10th death anniversary of Suchibrata Roychoudhury observed

GUWAHATI, Dec 5 - The tenth death anniversary of Dina Bandhavi Suchibrata Roychoudhury was observed at old-age home Amar Ghar, Patharquarry here on Monday in the presence of a large gathering. Dr Biswa Dutta presided over the meeting held on the occasion.

Jogabrata Dutta, working president of Amar Ghar, explained the purpose of the meeting.

Dr Nirmal Kumar Choudhury, former vice chancellor of Gauhati University while inaugurating the function, dwelt at length on the great humanitarian works and literary contributions of Suchibrata Roychoudhury who, he said, was a true friend of the poor and downtrodden.

Senior journalist DN Chakravartty, while recollecting his association with Dina Bandhavi since their college days, said that as a true daughter of a revolutionary and patriotic father, she grew up as an ardent patriot and a true friend of the suffering humanity.

�As an accomplished writer and thinker, she strode the various lanes of poetry, drama, short story, novel, music and thought-provoking articles. She was also an accomplished translator and was awarded by Sahitya Akademi for her translations,� he added.

Kumud Kalita, a philanthropist and educationist from Pathsala, was awarded the Dina Bandhavi Social Service Award.

Litterateur Nirupama Borgohain who presented the award to Kalita, lauded him for his social service.

In his acceptance speech, Kalita narrated how he grew up as a poor working student serving at tea stalls and also as a labourer and still managed to complete his master�s degree. He gave an account of how his shelter home Topoban was taking care of poor and orphaned children.