DHUBRI, March 12 - To promote tourism by highlighting the heritage, culture, tradition and history of Dhubri district, the administration is all set to come up with a documentary based on this part of the State.
It was informed by the officials that the post-production works of the movie has already started in which they will be portraying the beauty and heritage of the historic Panchpir Dargah, Netai Dhubuni Ghaat, Guru Tegh Bahadur Temple at Dhubri town; Mahamaya temple and the Royal palace of Gauripur, Ramraikutir Satra at Satrasal; Mahamaya and Snanghat temples at Bagribari; Mahamaya temple at Alokjhari hillock.
The documentary will also focus on Dhudhnath temple, Candardinga hillock, Dhelk-hewa Shiva temple, Panbari mosque and the home of former Chief Minister of Assam Sarat Chandra Sinha etc., said the officials who are engaged in the production of the movie. The title of the documentary is yet to be finalised. It was also informed that the documentary will also include a section on the Madhupur Satra that is located in Coochbehar district of the neighbouring West Bengal.
It was also stated that although the documentary is of 15 minutes duration, it will also include a brief life history of some of the famous personalities from the district like Pratima Pandey Baruah, Pramathesh Baruah, Sarat Chandra Sinha etc. The officials informed that stress has been given to promote the traditional aspects of the Goalpariya, Rajbongshi and Char Chapori people of the district like the Lathi Bari Nritya, Bash Nritya, Kusang Gaan apart from Goalpariya Lokageet, Goalini Nritya, Satriya Nritya etc.
Talking to The Assam Tribune the District Information and Public Relation Officer (DIPRO), Bikash Sharma said, �Most part of the parts of the documentary have been completed and it will be released and showcased on the ensuing Namami Brahmaputra Festival.� He also added that a large number of people have been engaged in the production of the movie.
�This movie is not exclusively for the festival and it will be released in other platforms like the Doordarshan and on the Youtube so that more and more people get to know about this historically and culturally rich district by the bank of Brahmaputra,� said the DIPRO.