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MORIGAON, Jan 9 � Tiwa Janagusthir Bhasha, Sahitya, Sanskriti, a book edited by Dr Pankaj Kumar Deka, lecturer, GKB College, Morigaon, was released by Dr Paramananda Rajbongshi, secretary, Asam Sahitya Sabha, on Tuesday. A meeting was held on the occasion at the Morigaon Press Club conference hall under the presidentship of Birinchidhar Buragohain, president, Morigaon Senior Citizens� Forum.

Rajbongshi said that the Asam Sahitya Sabha has taken a number of measures to strengthen unity and integrity among different ethnic groups of Assam and the Sabha has already published many books on the culture of various tribal groups.

Condemning the recent violence that took place in different parts of the BTAD, Rajbongshi appealed to different indigenous tribes of the State to uphold the centuries-old communal amity in the Assamese society. Noted researcher of Tiwa language Maneswar Deori appealed to the young writers of Assam to cast more light on the tribal culture of Assam as well as the North-east.

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Book on Tiwa culture released

MORIGAON, Jan 9 � Tiwa Janagusthir Bhasha, Sahitya, Sanskriti, a book edited by Dr Pankaj Kumar Deka, lecturer, GKB College, Morigaon, was released by Dr Paramananda Rajbongshi, secretary, Asam Sahitya Sabha, on Tuesday. A meeting was held on the occasion at the Morigaon Press Club conference hall under the presidentship of Birinchidhar Buragohain, president, Morigaon Senior Citizens� Forum.

Rajbongshi said that the Asam Sahitya Sabha has taken a number of measures to strengthen unity and integrity among different ethnic groups of Assam and the Sabha has already published many books on the culture of various tribal groups.

Condemning the recent violence that took place in different parts of the BTAD, Rajbongshi appealed to different indigenous tribes of the State to uphold the centuries-old communal amity in the Assamese society. Noted researcher of Tiwa language Maneswar Deori appealed to the young writers of Assam to cast more light on the tribal culture of Assam as well as the North-east.