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Rain fails to dampen festive spirit at Jorhat

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JORHAT, April 2 - Even incessant downpour could not dampen the festive spirit of hundreds of people at Jorhat on the third day of Namami Brahmaputra festival as they were enthused by the festive spirit of showcasing unity among diversities through colourful cultural procession in the city today which made the onlookers spellbound for moments.

Clad in traditional attires artistes of indigenous communities of the district showed their distinctive features of life and traditions which they have been practising for centuries along the southern bank of mighty Brahmaputra for generations.

The melodious folk songs and music of the communities, including Mising, Deuri, Tai and Jhumur dance of tea garden workers caught attention of the people in the city. Besides, the beautiful dresses and cultural performances of Punjabi and Rajasthani people also made everyone spell bound during the cultural procession in Jorhat which was named as Sampritir Sobhayatra.

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Rain fails to dampen festive spirit at Jorhat

JORHAT, April 2 - Even incessant downpour could not dampen the festive spirit of hundreds of people at Jorhat on the third day of Namami Brahmaputra festival as they were enthused by the festive spirit of showcasing unity among diversities through colourful cultural procession in the city today which made the onlookers spellbound for moments.

Clad in traditional attires artistes of indigenous communities of the district showed their distinctive features of life and traditions which they have been practising for centuries along the southern bank of mighty Brahmaputra for generations.

The melodious folk songs and music of the communities, including Mising, Deuri, Tai and Jhumur dance of tea garden workers caught attention of the people in the city. Besides, the beautiful dresses and cultural performances of Punjabi and Rajasthani people also made everyone spell bound during the cultural procession in Jorhat which was named as Sampritir Sobhayatra.

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