TINSUKIA, Jan 29 � The Volume III of Asomiya Jatiyo Abhidhan was released in a function held at District Library hall here today.
Inaugurating the function organized for releasing the volume, Dr Amarjyoti Chaudhury, Vice-Chancellor of Tezpur University stated that use of language should flow like a river and it collected water of both the sides and similarly Assamese language must collect the words or languages of all the tribes, cast, creed of Assam so that it would help to create �Bor Asom�.
He also congratulated the publisher of the dictionary, Asom Jatiyo Shikhya Samanay Parishad (AJSSP) as a team for its efforts to compile a dictionary reflecting the exact notion of �Bor Asom�. Dr Chaudhury further added that it was a remarkable day in the history of not only of the Assamese literature but also for the Assamese society as well.
Releasing the dictionary in the function, Dr Bhim Kt. Baruah, Professor of Dibrugarh University, Deptt. of Assamese, stated that the book, third of its series, would help the people of Assam to know about Assamese literature in details in present day context. He also suggested that the letters of both of consonants and vowels that were not being in use in day to day life should be obliterated.
Dr Baruah also added that it was the results of continuous praiseworthy efforts of some people to make it possible for publication of the valuable series for the people who would be able to pursue Assamese language in true manner.
The function that was presided over by Dr Madan Sharma, Professor of Tezpur University, Dept of Foreign Language, was organized jointly by the All Assam Moran Students Union and All Assam Muttock Students� Union under the joint auspices of Asom Jatiya Shikhya Samanay Parishad and Assam College Teachers� Association (ACTA). It was attended and addressed by Dr Naren Changmai, president, ACTA, Dr Mahendra Hazarika, HS Kanoi College, Dibrugarh, Dr Jogen Bora, president, AJSSP, Dr Amiya Pator, president, Tiwa Sahitya Parishad and office bearers of many organizations of socio culture and students. The meeting was conductged by Dr Debobrata Sharma, secretary, AJSSP.