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Homage paid to the legend

By Correspondent

JORHAT, Nov 6 � Along with the rest of the country, various organizations and individuals of Jorhat condoled the death of the legendry lyricist, singer and composer Dr Bhupen Hazarik who breathed his last in Mumbai on November 5.

Under the aegis of Jorhat district committee of AASU, the representatives of several organizations assembled this evening in the Millennium Park near Baruah Chariali here to pay homage to the departed soul of the golden voice of Assam, Bhupen Hazarika. The organizations include Sangeet Shilpi Sangstha, Pragatishil Nari Santha, Jana Sanskriti Parishad, Press Club, Jorhat, Hindustani Nava Yuvak Mandal, Malow Ali Shakha Sahitya Sabha and Bishnujyoti Kalangan.

A host of former leaders of AASU and noted personalities who were somehow associated with the late artiste were also present in the programme. After lighting the earthen lamp the assembled persons stood silent for one minute to honour the departed soul. Asam Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Parishad, Jorhat district committee also organized a condolence programme at Garh Ali, here this evening. They lit up candles in front of the portrait of late Hazarika and illuminated the whole Garh Ali area with candles.

Jorhat Kabi Sanmilani also organized a condolence programme at Ganesh Gogoi Udyan here this evening. Likewise, Sadou Asam Unnayan Parishad, Jorhat district committee lit up 85 earthen lamps to honour the departed soul.

Yesterday, the flag at the head office of the Asam Sahitya Sabha at Chandrakanta Handique Bhavan here was lowered to half as a sign of sorrow at the demise of the great singer and the former president of Asam Sahitya Sabha.

Tinsukia correspondent adds: Entire Tinsukia district has mourned the death of Dr Bhupen Hazarika. Since yesterday evening, organizations and individuals expressed deep sorrow over the loss of the greatest personality with multifarious qualities.

The death has been mourned by all the associations of journalists, Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Prishad, Sahitya Sabha, units of All Assam Students� Union, All Assam Moran Students� Union, All Assam Muttock Students� Union, Congress party, Unnayan Parishad, etc.

In the meantime AASU has decided to fly its flag half mast of till November 9 at all the offices of its units as stated by the Pulock Chetia, Publicity Secretary, Central Committee, AASU. The people of Sadiya, the birth place of the Dr. Bhupen Hazrika have also deeply mourned his death.

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Homage paid to the legend

JORHAT, Nov 6 � Along with the rest of the country, various organizations and individuals of Jorhat condoled the death of the legendry lyricist, singer and composer Dr Bhupen Hazarik who breathed his last in Mumbai on November 5.

Under the aegis of Jorhat district committee of AASU, the representatives of several organizations assembled this evening in the Millennium Park near Baruah Chariali here to pay homage to the departed soul of the golden voice of Assam, Bhupen Hazarika. The organizations include Sangeet Shilpi Sangstha, Pragatishil Nari Santha, Jana Sanskriti Parishad, Press Club, Jorhat, Hindustani Nava Yuvak Mandal, Malow Ali Shakha Sahitya Sabha and Bishnujyoti Kalangan.

A host of former leaders of AASU and noted personalities who were somehow associated with the late artiste were also present in the programme. After lighting the earthen lamp the assembled persons stood silent for one minute to honour the departed soul. Asam Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Parishad, Jorhat district committee also organized a condolence programme at Garh Ali, here this evening. They lit up candles in front of the portrait of late Hazarika and illuminated the whole Garh Ali area with candles.

Jorhat Kabi Sanmilani also organized a condolence programme at Ganesh Gogoi Udyan here this evening. Likewise, Sadou Asam Unnayan Parishad, Jorhat district committee lit up 85 earthen lamps to honour the departed soul.

Yesterday, the flag at the head office of the Asam Sahitya Sabha at Chandrakanta Handique Bhavan here was lowered to half as a sign of sorrow at the demise of the great singer and the former president of Asam Sahitya Sabha.

Tinsukia correspondent adds: Entire Tinsukia district has mourned the death of Dr Bhupen Hazarika. Since yesterday evening, organizations and individuals expressed deep sorrow over the loss of the greatest personality with multifarious qualities.

The death has been mourned by all the associations of journalists, Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Prishad, Sahitya Sabha, units of All Assam Students� Union, All Assam Moran Students� Union, All Assam Muttock Students� Union, Congress party, Unnayan Parishad, etc.

In the meantime AASU has decided to fly its flag half mast of till November 9 at all the offices of its units as stated by the Pulock Chetia, Publicity Secretary, Central Committee, AASU. The people of Sadiya, the birth place of the Dr. Bhupen Hazrika have also deeply mourned his death.