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SIVASAGAR, Sept 16 - Dr Soumerjyoti Mahanta, writer and Principal of Sivasagar Commerce College, was conferred the Buranjibid Damchao Nagendranath Buragohain Award by the Nagendranath Buragohain Smriti Rakhya Samiti at a function held in Buragohain�s residence at Betbari Dilihi Gohain Gaon on Sunday.

A citation, Ahom Sapkon robe, trophy and a seleng sador were presented to him by educationist Sonaram Baruah, Debasish Sarma and Buragohain�s son Choukhamun Buragohain.

In his speech, Dr Mahanta said that the Assamese nation must keep alive its tradition and culture to survive the never-ending onslaught of cultural imperialism of forces from outside the State.

Earlier, Debasish Sarma, Commandant of 1st APBN delivered a lecture on the Shaivic religion and culture prevalent in the entire Brahmaputra Valley and large areas in present-day Bengal for many centuries till about the 12th century and subsequent assimilation of different faiths during the days of the Ahoms.

Sarma refuted the view that Narakashur was a Kirat king and sought to establish that Narakashur was probably of Dravidian origin, who conquered Kamrup and drove the Kiratas to its periphery.

The meeting, presided over by Padmakanta Saikia, was also addressed by young writer Navin Buragohain, Sonaram Baruah and Budhin Mishra, Principal in-charge of Sivasagar Girls� College.

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Nagendranath Buragohain Award presented

SIVASAGAR, Sept 16 - Dr Soumerjyoti Mahanta, writer and Principal of Sivasagar Commerce College, was conferred the Buranjibid Damchao Nagendranath Buragohain Award by the Nagendranath Buragohain Smriti Rakhya Samiti at a function held in Buragohain�s residence at Betbari Dilihi Gohain Gaon on Sunday.

A citation, Ahom Sapkon robe, trophy and a seleng sador were presented to him by educationist Sonaram Baruah, Debasish Sarma and Buragohain�s son Choukhamun Buragohain.

In his speech, Dr Mahanta said that the Assamese nation must keep alive its tradition and culture to survive the never-ending onslaught of cultural imperialism of forces from outside the State.

Earlier, Debasish Sarma, Commandant of 1st APBN delivered a lecture on the Shaivic religion and culture prevalent in the entire Brahmaputra Valley and large areas in present-day Bengal for many centuries till about the 12th century and subsequent assimilation of different faiths during the days of the Ahoms.

Sarma refuted the view that Narakashur was a Kirat king and sought to establish that Narakashur was probably of Dravidian origin, who conquered Kamrup and drove the Kiratas to its periphery.

The meeting, presided over by Padmakanta Saikia, was also addressed by young writer Navin Buragohain, Sonaram Baruah and Budhin Mishra, Principal in-charge of Sivasagar Girls� College.