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Litterateur Rama Bezbaruah passes away

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GUWAHATI, Dec 19 - Well-known litterateur Rama Bezbaruah, who was also a retired additional director of information & public pelations, passed away at his Beltola-Saurabh Nagar residence today. He was 85 and had been ailing for some time.

Bezbaruah, who retired from government service in 1989, authored a number of books including eight novels - some of which are Narir Man, Adhir Lagan, Agnisnan, Mahasweta, Mahaswetar Purnajanma, etc. Many of his features, skits and dramas have been broadcast by All India Radio, Guwahati since 1954 till date. Some of these acclaimed radio plays include Sahajatri, Kutharar Naal, Adhik Barhoit Gur Dhamana, Gaan Goa Raja, Lotteryir Taka, Bidhatar Biloi, Dhanantari, etc.

Saragolio Bhraman is his children�s work. He has also written many features on different subjects and also conducted programmes for rural listeners while working at AIR, Guwahati during 1953-57.

Bezbaruah was the editor of the Assamese edition of Yojana of the Planning Commission while he was on deputation at the Publication Division of the Union Information & Broadcasting Ministry. He also participated in the all-India humorous writers� meeting convened by the I&B Ministry in 1982-83. He had been regularly writing wit, humour and satire columns in a good number of newspapers published from Guwahati.

He leaves behind his wife and three sons. His last rites were performed at the Navagraha crematorium.

The Directorate of Information & Public Relations today held a condolence meeting, which was convened by DIPR Joint Director Pradeep Kumar Brahma. Officials and staff of DIPR offered their condolences to the bereaved family and prayed to the Almighty for eternal peace of the departed soul.

The condolence meeting termed Bezbaruah an upright, dignified and eminent litterateur.

�He left behind a rich legacy of his publications which would continue to be a source of information and inspiration to the world of literature. Bezbaruah enriched the world of literature with his writings and his death caused an irreparable loss to the literary fraternity of Assam,� it said in a statement.

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Litterateur Rama Bezbaruah passes away

GUWAHATI, Dec 19 - Well-known litterateur Rama Bezbaruah, who was also a retired additional director of information & public pelations, passed away at his Beltola-Saurabh Nagar residence today. He was 85 and had been ailing for some time.

Bezbaruah, who retired from government service in 1989, authored a number of books including eight novels - some of which are Narir Man, Adhir Lagan, Agnisnan, Mahasweta, Mahaswetar Purnajanma, etc. Many of his features, skits and dramas have been broadcast by All India Radio, Guwahati since 1954 till date. Some of these acclaimed radio plays include Sahajatri, Kutharar Naal, Adhik Barhoit Gur Dhamana, Gaan Goa Raja, Lotteryir Taka, Bidhatar Biloi, Dhanantari, etc.

Saragolio Bhraman is his children�s work. He has also written many features on different subjects and also conducted programmes for rural listeners while working at AIR, Guwahati during 1953-57.

Bezbaruah was the editor of the Assamese edition of Yojana of the Planning Commission while he was on deputation at the Publication Division of the Union Information & Broadcasting Ministry. He also participated in the all-India humorous writers� meeting convened by the I&B Ministry in 1982-83. He had been regularly writing wit, humour and satire columns in a good number of newspapers published from Guwahati.

He leaves behind his wife and three sons. His last rites were performed at the Navagraha crematorium.

The Directorate of Information & Public Relations today held a condolence meeting, which was convened by DIPR Joint Director Pradeep Kumar Brahma. Officials and staff of DIPR offered their condolences to the bereaved family and prayed to the Almighty for eternal peace of the departed soul.

The condolence meeting termed Bezbaruah an upright, dignified and eminent litterateur.

�He left behind a rich legacy of his publications which would continue to be a source of information and inspiration to the world of literature. Bezbaruah enriched the world of literature with his writings and his death caused an irreparable loss to the literary fraternity of Assam,� it said in a statement.