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15-day Bihu workshop begins at Sonapur

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JORABAT, March 30 - A 15-day Bihu dance workshop titled �Bihu Nasor Karmasala-2019�, was inaugurated at Sonapur Mini Stadium today by renowned Assamese folk song artiste Umakanta Bairagi.

The workshop is being organised by the Dimoria regional unit of the All Assam Students� Union (AASU). On the very first day of the workshop today, around 1,000 children took part. All the children will be given training free of cost on Bihu folk dance and dhol.

It may be mentioned that the student body conducts Bihu dance workshops every year to popularise the Assamese folk culture among the new generation. Rintu Das, AASU�s Dimoria unit president, said it is an effort by the student body to save the Assamese culture and make the children of the new generation aware of their rich cultural heritage.

Pranjit Talukdar, general secretary of AASU�s Dimoria unit said the workshop would conclude on April 13.

The best trainees will be chosen and a team will also be formed, which will perform at different Bihu functions in and around the region. The children will be trained by Rupam Sharma.

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15-day Bihu workshop begins at Sonapur

JORABAT, March 30 - A 15-day Bihu dance workshop titled �Bihu Nasor Karmasala-2019�, was inaugurated at Sonapur Mini Stadium today by renowned Assamese folk song artiste Umakanta Bairagi.

The workshop is being organised by the Dimoria regional unit of the All Assam Students� Union (AASU). On the very first day of the workshop today, around 1,000 children took part. All the children will be given training free of cost on Bihu folk dance and dhol.

It may be mentioned that the student body conducts Bihu dance workshops every year to popularise the Assamese folk culture among the new generation. Rintu Das, AASU�s Dimoria unit president, said it is an effort by the student body to save the Assamese culture and make the children of the new generation aware of their rich cultural heritage.

Pranjit Talukdar, general secretary of AASU�s Dimoria unit said the workshop would conclude on April 13.

The best trainees will be chosen and a team will also be formed, which will perform at different Bihu functions in and around the region. The children will be trained by Rupam Sharma.