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Family performs rituals at Nizarapar residence

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Nov 15 � The adyashraddha of legendry artiste Dr Bhupen Hazarika was performed at his Nizarapar residence as per Vedic rituals.

The adyashraddha rituals began in the morning and continued till afternoon, after which the family members of Dr Hazarika left for the Veterinary College play ground, Khanapara, where an all-faith prayer meeting was organised by the State Government.

A group of seven priests solemnized the adyashraddha rituals from around 8 in the morning with all the family members of Dr Hazarika including his son Tej and grandson Sage taking part in the rituals. Filmmaker and long-time companion of Dr Hazarika Kalpana Lajmi was also present on the occasion.

The music maestro breathed his last on November 5 at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Mumbai.

People in large numbers mourned and thronged the entire stretch of the road from the Lokapriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport to the heart of the city when his body was being brought on November 7.

As the message spread, people turned up in huge numbers at the Judges� Field to pay homage to the departed soul where his body was kept for the public to pay their last respect on November 7 and 8.

Similar scene were repeated the next day when his body was taken to the Gauhati University premises for cremation.

Today too, people from all walks of life, young and old alike, turned up in good numbers since morning at Dr Hazarika�s Nizarapar residence to take part in the adyashraddha ceremony.

Among those include Assam Pradesh Congress Committee president Bhubaneswar Kalita, Asom Gana Parishad president Chandra Mohan Patowary, Revenue Minister Prithibi Majhi, MLA Rumi Nath, and singer Amit Paul,

The district administration made arrangements to facilitate public visit to Dr Hazarika�s residence today on the day of his adyashraddha.

Vehicular traffic movement was also regulated in view of both adyashraddha and the all-faith paryer ceremony at the Veterinary College play ground, Khanapara.

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Family performs rituals at Nizarapar residence

GUWAHATI, Nov 15 � The adyashraddha of legendry artiste Dr Bhupen Hazarika was performed at his Nizarapar residence as per Vedic rituals.

The adyashraddha rituals began in the morning and continued till afternoon, after which the family members of Dr Hazarika left for the Veterinary College play ground, Khanapara, where an all-faith prayer meeting was organised by the State Government.

A group of seven priests solemnized the adyashraddha rituals from around 8 in the morning with all the family members of Dr Hazarika including his son Tej and grandson Sage taking part in the rituals. Filmmaker and long-time companion of Dr Hazarika Kalpana Lajmi was also present on the occasion.

The music maestro breathed his last on November 5 at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Mumbai.

People in large numbers mourned and thronged the entire stretch of the road from the Lokapriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport to the heart of the city when his body was being brought on November 7.

As the message spread, people turned up in huge numbers at the Judges� Field to pay homage to the departed soul where his body was kept for the public to pay their last respect on November 7 and 8.

Similar scene were repeated the next day when his body was taken to the Gauhati University premises for cremation.

Today too, people from all walks of life, young and old alike, turned up in good numbers since morning at Dr Hazarika�s Nizarapar residence to take part in the adyashraddha ceremony.

Among those include Assam Pradesh Congress Committee president Bhubaneswar Kalita, Asom Gana Parishad president Chandra Mohan Patowary, Revenue Minister Prithibi Majhi, MLA Rumi Nath, and singer Amit Paul,

The district administration made arrangements to facilitate public visit to Dr Hazarika�s residence today on the day of his adyashraddha.

Vehicular traffic movement was also regulated in view of both adyashraddha and the all-faith paryer ceremony at the Veterinary College play ground, Khanapara.