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Mime fest from Monday

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GUWAHATI, Jan 16 � After successfully organizing the first national mime festival in the capital city, the Mime Academy, run by veteran mime artiste Moinul Haque, will hold the second edition of the festival, this time in Duliajan.

According to the organizers, the festival, supported by the Union Ministry of Culture, is an attempt to highlight the power of mime in creating social awareness. The three-day event that will kick off on January 19 at Duliajan Club will witness the participation of mime artistes from West Bengal and Madhya Pradesh, apart from artistes from Assam.

�It has been our ardent effort to promote mime as a powerful tool of social change. We got good response to our first attempt and we hope to provide another beautiful and memorable experience to the audience this time as well,� said Haque, adding that the language of mime has the power to attract people and make them think.

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Mime fest from Monday

GUWAHATI, Jan 16 � After successfully organizing the first national mime festival in the capital city, the Mime Academy, run by veteran mime artiste Moinul Haque, will hold the second edition of the festival, this time in Duliajan.

According to the organizers, the festival, supported by the Union Ministry of Culture, is an attempt to highlight the power of mime in creating social awareness. The three-day event that will kick off on January 19 at Duliajan Club will witness the participation of mime artistes from West Bengal and Madhya Pradesh, apart from artistes from Assam.

�It has been our ardent effort to promote mime as a powerful tool of social change. We got good response to our first attempt and we hope to provide another beautiful and memorable experience to the audience this time as well,� said Haque, adding that the language of mime has the power to attract people and make them think.