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Purbanchal Tai Sahitya Sabha begins at Dhemaji

By Correspondent

DHEMAJI, March 7 � The 32nd biennial session of Ban-Ok-Pup-Lik Miong Tai (Purbanchal Tai Sahitya Sabha) begun at Dhemaji today at the Sukhapha Samannay Kshetra near Bhehpara Gaon, about 2 kilometer from Dhemaji town, with a four-day programme.

The session started at 10am with a plantation drive which was followed by registration of delegates. At 4 pm, Khek Ban Phi, a ritual offering was done.

At 6 pm the delegate�s camp was inaugurated by Laksheswar Konwar, working president of the reception committee.

Over 200 representatives from different districts of the State, including Tinsukia, Sivasagar, Dibrugarh, Jorhat, Golaghat, Lakhimpur, etc., participated at the delegates camp. In the evening, the central executive committee of Ban-Ok-Pup-Lik Miong Tai was held.

Tomorrow, the flag of Ban-Ok-Pup-Lik Miong Tai will be unfurled by Pranab Gogoi, president of the literary organization, at 8 am.

Later, a book fair, exhibition and a banijya mela will be inaugurated at 10 am. Around 250 stalls of various commodities have been set up there.

At 11 am, the seminar on �Tai language and literature� will be held.

On the concluding day, March 10, the second open session will be graced by Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi and several other Central and State ministers and a few scholars.

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Purbanchal Tai Sahitya Sabha begins at Dhemaji

DHEMAJI, March 7 � The 32nd biennial session of Ban-Ok-Pup-Lik Miong Tai (Purbanchal Tai Sahitya Sabha) begun at Dhemaji today at the Sukhapha Samannay Kshetra near Bhehpara Gaon, about 2 kilometer from Dhemaji town, with a four-day programme.

The session started at 10am with a plantation drive which was followed by registration of delegates. At 4 pm, Khek Ban Phi, a ritual offering was done.

At 6 pm the delegate�s camp was inaugurated by Laksheswar Konwar, working president of the reception committee.

Over 200 representatives from different districts of the State, including Tinsukia, Sivasagar, Dibrugarh, Jorhat, Golaghat, Lakhimpur, etc., participated at the delegates camp. In the evening, the central executive committee of Ban-Ok-Pup-Lik Miong Tai was held.

Tomorrow, the flag of Ban-Ok-Pup-Lik Miong Tai will be unfurled by Pranab Gogoi, president of the literary organization, at 8 am.

Later, a book fair, exhibition and a banijya mela will be inaugurated at 10 am. Around 250 stalls of various commodities have been set up there.

At 11 am, the seminar on �Tai language and literature� will be held.

On the concluding day, March 10, the second open session will be graced by Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi and several other Central and State ministers and a few scholars.

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