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Non-violence day observed at Jorhat

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JORHAT, Oct 6 - The International Day of Non-violence was observed by a voluntary trust Mahapurusa Madhabdeva Foundation of Jorhat at Sarathi Bridhashram in Lichubari area here on Friday last with various programmes including lectures on the relevance of Gandhian thoughts and principles.

The birthday of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi is observed across the globe as the International Day of Non-Violence.

Paying tributes to the Mahatma, several citizens of Jorhat including Manik Chandra Bora, Prabin Goswami, Jogen Chandra Neog, Manik Chandra Dutta, Ratul Baruah, Banti Mahanta, Arifa Zaman and many others expressed their views on the significance of Gandhian thoughts and philosophy.

A press release issued by the Mahapurusa Madhabdeva Foundation stated that a leaflet on Gandhian thoughts which was named as Leseri Butoli 2 was released by Dr Aditi Bezbarua, a teacher of Jorhat Engineering College on the occasion.

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Non-violence day observed at Jorhat

JORHAT, Oct 6 - The International Day of Non-violence was observed by a voluntary trust Mahapurusa Madhabdeva Foundation of Jorhat at Sarathi Bridhashram in Lichubari area here on Friday last with various programmes including lectures on the relevance of Gandhian thoughts and principles.

The birthday of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi is observed across the globe as the International Day of Non-Violence.

Paying tributes to the Mahatma, several citizens of Jorhat including Manik Chandra Bora, Prabin Goswami, Jogen Chandra Neog, Manik Chandra Dutta, Ratul Baruah, Banti Mahanta, Arifa Zaman and many others expressed their views on the significance of Gandhian thoughts and philosophy.

A press release issued by the Mahapurusa Madhabdeva Foundation stated that a leaflet on Gandhian thoughts which was named as Leseri Butoli 2 was released by Dr Aditi Bezbarua, a teacher of Jorhat Engineering College on the occasion.

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