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RAHA, Aug 4 - Jajabor � The Traveller, the first bilingual travel magazine from Assam was launched recently in Jorhat. The magazine is published by �Jajabor-The traveller �, a social organisation formed in 2017 by some youths of Jorhat for the development and promotion of tourism in North-East India.

The magazine, published following the concept of �Little Magazine� in the Assamese and English languages, was inaugurated by Sankab Kaushik Baruah, editor, Basundhora the Sunday supplement of Dainik Janambhumi newspaper.

In his speech, Baruah urged the youths of Assam to follow the steps taken by youth groups like �Jajabor- The traveller� , for intellectual and socio-economic development of the State.

Indrajit kumar Baruah, a retired civil servant, Sumangal Dutta, travel writer, Bijit Dutta, travel blogger and tourism activist of Jorhat, Dr Kumud Ghosh, writer and environmentalist, Head, Education Department, Nakachari College, were among the other dignitaries present in the inaugural function.

An internet version of the half-yearly magazine will also be launched on September next on the occasion of World Tourism Day, informed Prithwiraj Purkayastha, editor of the magazine.

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Bilingual travel magazine launched

RAHA, Aug 4 - Jajabor � The Traveller, the first bilingual travel magazine from Assam was launched recently in Jorhat. The magazine is published by �Jajabor-The traveller �, a social organisation formed in 2017 by some youths of Jorhat for the development and promotion of tourism in North-East India.

The magazine, published following the concept of �Little Magazine� in the Assamese and English languages, was inaugurated by Sankab Kaushik Baruah, editor, Basundhora the Sunday supplement of Dainik Janambhumi newspaper.

In his speech, Baruah urged the youths of Assam to follow the steps taken by youth groups like �Jajabor- The traveller� , for intellectual and socio-economic development of the State.

Indrajit kumar Baruah, a retired civil servant, Sumangal Dutta, travel writer, Bijit Dutta, travel blogger and tourism activist of Jorhat, Dr Kumud Ghosh, writer and environmentalist, Head, Education Department, Nakachari College, were among the other dignitaries present in the inaugural function.

An internet version of the half-yearly magazine will also be launched on September next on the occasion of World Tourism Day, informed Prithwiraj Purkayastha, editor of the magazine.

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