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Priyam Hazarika remembered

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, June 18 � The Dr Bhupen Hazarika Foundation in association with Pragjyoti Communications organised a special function at the Guwahati Press Club in memory of Priyam Hazarika, distinguished artiste an ardent lover of Assamese culture and the wife of Dr Hazarika. The function was coordinated by Dipanka Hazarika, secretary of Dr Bhupen Hazarika Foundation.

Singer Loknath Goswami, describing the late Priyam Hazarika as a legend, said that the towering personality could be the subject of a wonderful novel. Educationist Dr Anil Goswami recalled Priyam Hazarika�s iconic dance presentation to the tune of Sagar Sangamat in the movie Erabator Sur. Writer and actor Dr Akashitora described Priyam Hazarika as the backbone of Dr Bhupen Hazarika and said that having Priyam Hazarika as a daughter-in-law was Assam�s privilege.

Dr Bhupen Hazarika�s sister, singer Sudakshina Sharma became emotional while recollecting the days when Priyam Hazarika had come to Assam after her marriage in 1953. She recalled how Dr Bhupen Hazarika had once said that Priyam had made him a better man. Bhupen Hazarika�s brother Balen Hazarika also remembered in a poignant manner how she had managed the entire household of the Hazarikas at Kharghuli.

Dr Bhupen Hazarika�s sister Kabita Barua, advocate Arnab Jan Deka, journalists Pankaj Kumar Dutta and Rhiddhis Chakravorty also spoke about their personal experiences with Priyam Hazarika. Cultural organiser Gobinda Mohan Goswami emphasised on the need to preserve her memorablia like those of Dr Bhupen Hazarika.

Also present on the occasion were Utpal Bezbarua, Debabala Devi, Dr Paramananda Majumdar, Dr Jayashree Bora, Nilima Das, Bhaskar Phukan, among others.

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Priyam Hazarika remembered

GUWAHATI, June 18 � The Dr Bhupen Hazarika Foundation in association with Pragjyoti Communications organised a special function at the Guwahati Press Club in memory of Priyam Hazarika, distinguished artiste an ardent lover of Assamese culture and the wife of Dr Hazarika. The function was coordinated by Dipanka Hazarika, secretary of Dr Bhupen Hazarika Foundation.

Singer Loknath Goswami, describing the late Priyam Hazarika as a legend, said that the towering personality could be the subject of a wonderful novel. Educationist Dr Anil Goswami recalled Priyam Hazarika�s iconic dance presentation to the tune of Sagar Sangamat in the movie Erabator Sur. Writer and actor Dr Akashitora described Priyam Hazarika as the backbone of Dr Bhupen Hazarika and said that having Priyam Hazarika as a daughter-in-law was Assam�s privilege.

Dr Bhupen Hazarika�s sister, singer Sudakshina Sharma became emotional while recollecting the days when Priyam Hazarika had come to Assam after her marriage in 1953. She recalled how Dr Bhupen Hazarika had once said that Priyam had made him a better man. Bhupen Hazarika�s brother Balen Hazarika also remembered in a poignant manner how she had managed the entire household of the Hazarikas at Kharghuli.

Dr Bhupen Hazarika�s sister Kabita Barua, advocate Arnab Jan Deka, journalists Pankaj Kumar Dutta and Rhiddhis Chakravorty also spoke about their personal experiences with Priyam Hazarika. Cultural organiser Gobinda Mohan Goswami emphasised on the need to preserve her memorablia like those of Dr Bhupen Hazarika.

Also present on the occasion were Utpal Bezbarua, Debabala Devi, Dr Paramananda Majumdar, Dr Jayashree Bora, Nilima Das, Bhaskar Phukan, among others.