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Bodo troupe to perform at R-Day function

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KOKRAJHAR, Jan 10 � The Bodoland Cultural Centre, Ramfallbil in Kokrajhar is the only cultural troupe which will be performing in the Republic Day parade at New Delhi, informed Barlangfa Narzary, the leader of Bodoland Cultural Centre.

Talking to this correspondent, Narzary also informed that it is a matter of pride that the folk dance of Bodoland area has been recognised and selected by the North East Zone Cultural Centre, Dimapur for performance in a national event. He further said that the Bodo traditional cultural items of �Dahal Thungsi� will be presented on January 26 for which hectic preparations are on.

As many as 150 schoolchildren from different schools of Bodoland area in a team of 172 left for New Delhi on January 4. The other members also include 10 teacher-cum-guides, 10 musicians and two choreographers, he said.

It may be mentioned here that the Bodoland Cultural Centre, Ramfalbil of Kokrajhar has been exhibiting traditional Bodo cultural programmes at various places in this country and has earned huge popularity.

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Bodo troupe to perform at R-Day function

KOKRAJHAR, Jan 10 � The Bodoland Cultural Centre, Ramfallbil in Kokrajhar is the only cultural troupe which will be performing in the Republic Day parade at New Delhi, informed Barlangfa Narzary, the leader of Bodoland Cultural Centre.

Talking to this correspondent, Narzary also informed that it is a matter of pride that the folk dance of Bodoland area has been recognised and selected by the North East Zone Cultural Centre, Dimapur for performance in a national event. He further said that the Bodo traditional cultural items of �Dahal Thungsi� will be presented on January 26 for which hectic preparations are on.

As many as 150 schoolchildren from different schools of Bodoland area in a team of 172 left for New Delhi on January 4. The other members also include 10 teacher-cum-guides, 10 musicians and two choreographers, he said.

It may be mentioned here that the Bodoland Cultural Centre, Ramfalbil of Kokrajhar has been exhibiting traditional Bodo cultural programmes at various places in this country and has earned huge popularity.

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