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Permanent building of District Museum opened

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DIBRUGARH, Dec 2 - The newly-constructed building of the district museum here, which is the second largest in size after the State museum in Guwahati, was inaugurated today by Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal.

After the inauguration, Sonowal told newsmen that the beautifully constructed museum with modern facilities will become a central learning destination for the general public including students and researchers as the infrastructure will play a key role in preservation of diverse cultures of the region as also showcase different phases of our civilization.

Sonowal also took a look at the archaeology gallery which depicts representative history of stone and terracotta scriptures based on aesthetics and nature of collection found in the remnants of ancient and medieval Hindu temples and archaeological sites of Assam.

Sonowal was flanked by Minister of State for Cultural Affairs Naba Kumar Doley, MLAs � Prasanta Phukan and Rituparna Baruah, Commissioner and Secretary of Cultural Affairs Department Madhurima Sen Baruah, Dibrugarh Deputy Commissioner Pallab Gopal Jha and several other dignitaries.

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Permanent building of District Museum opened

DIBRUGARH, Dec 2 - The newly-constructed building of the district museum here, which is the second largest in size after the State museum in Guwahati, was inaugurated today by Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal.

After the inauguration, Sonowal told newsmen that the beautifully constructed museum with modern facilities will become a central learning destination for the general public including students and researchers as the infrastructure will play a key role in preservation of diverse cultures of the region as also showcase different phases of our civilization.

Sonowal also took a look at the archaeology gallery which depicts representative history of stone and terracotta scriptures based on aesthetics and nature of collection found in the remnants of ancient and medieval Hindu temples and archaeological sites of Assam.

Sonowal was flanked by Minister of State for Cultural Affairs Naba Kumar Doley, MLAs � Prasanta Phukan and Rituparna Baruah, Commissioner and Secretary of Cultural Affairs Department Madhurima Sen Baruah, Dibrugarh Deputy Commissioner Pallab Gopal Jha and several other dignitaries.

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