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Rich statewide tributes to the legend

By Correspondent

TINSUKIA, Nov 8 � Tinsukia has been in mourning ever since the death of the legend on November 5. Organisations, institutions and general people continued to pay rich tributes to the departed soul.

People of the entire district spontaneously observed bandh today. All shops, establishments and other commercial activities remained closed. All forms of vehicles too remained off the roads. In the evening, people lighted earthen lamps and candles in the houses, public places, community establishments etc.

Our Nagaon Correspondent adds: As a mark of respect for Dr Bhupen Hazarika private transport of Nagaon remained off the roads today, while business establishments kept their shutters down. Offices, educational institutions, banks etc., too remained closed.

A number of programmes were held in Nagaon town and other areas of the district where rich tributes were paid to Bhupenda. Special prayers were held in a number of namghars of the district .

Our Jorhat Correspondent adds: The Assam Agricultural University (AAU) family met last evening to condole the demise of Dr Bhupen Hazarika, one of the most illustrious sons of Assam.

Teachers, students and other staff paid tributes to the legendary personality who took with him the rich culture of Assam and the North East to every part of the world.

While praying for the eternal peace of his soul, the meeting wished that the Almighty would give the required strength to the members of the bereaved family to endure this irreparable loss.

Our Namrup Correspondent adds: The people of Namrup and its adjoining areas have been mourning the legendary music icon, Dr Bhupen Hazarika since his demise in Mumbai on November 5.

Several organisations of Namrup including Namrup Sambadik Mancha, Namrup anchalik Students� Union (NASU), AJYCP Namrup unit, Namrup Sahitya Sabha, political units like block, mandal and Youth Congress committees, NSUI, Mahila Samities, industrial houses like APL, BVFCL, NTPS have deeply mourned the sad demise of Dr Hazarika.

Our Doomdooma Correspondent adds: The tea fraternity of Assam has also mourned the death of Dr Bhupen Hazarika. All the tea gardens of Doomdooma circle under Assam Branch Indian Tea Association (ABITA) were declared half holiday today as a mark of respect to the legendary musician.

A condolence meeting was held on the factory premises of Beesakopie TE where the management, workers and the labourers paid tribute to Dr Hazarika and two minutes� silence was observed for peace of the departed soul. Condolence meets were also held at different other tea gardens of Doomdooma circle. Doomdooma branch of Asom Chah Karmachari Sangha, Asom Chah Mazdoor Sangha, Assam Tea Tribes Students� Association, Assam Branch Indian Tea Association, All Assam Small Tea Growers� Association and many other organisations have condoled the death of Dr Hazarika.

On the other hand, a �Sradhanjali� programme was organised publicly at Doomdooma Town Field yesterday evening where hundreds of organisations and individuals offered floral tributes to Dr Hazarika.

Today all shops and other business establishments remained closed at tea town Doomdooma and its surrounding areas as a mark of respect to the departed soul of the �Asom Ratna� Dr Bhupen Hazarika.

Our Jamugurihat Correspondent adds: Various organisations and institutions of greater Naduar area paid tearful homage to the Sudhakantha. The Kavi Mancha, Jamugurihat at a condolence meeting held at Bapuji Bhavan today under the presidentship of its president Khagen Hazarika, tearful homage to Dr Hazarika.

Our Jagiroad Correspondent adds: The people of Jagiroad this evening organised a �Sradhanjalee Anusthan� here as a mark of respect to the departed soul of iconic singer and litterateur Dr Bhupen Hazarika.

People offered floral tributes to Assam�s gifted son. People also lit earthen lamps and candles in the town area including places like Nellie, Palahguri, Paliguri, Tapatoli, Nakhola etc. Earlier, Jagiroad Sakha Sahitya Sabha also paid floral tributes to Dr Hazarika

Our Dhekiajuli Correspondent adds: The people of Dhekiajuli mourned the death of Dr Bhupen Hazarika. Today all business establishments in Dhekiajuli area remained closed as a mark of respect to the legend.

AASU, AJYCP, Press Club, Senior Citizens� Association, Sahitya Sabha of Dhekiajuli will observe a sradhanjali programme jointly on November 15 and 16 at Saheed Maidan to pay respect to the legendary maestro.

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Rich statewide tributes to the legend

TINSUKIA, Nov 8 � Tinsukia has been in mourning ever since the death of the legend on November 5. Organisations, institutions and general people continued to pay rich tributes to the departed soul.

People of the entire district spontaneously observed bandh today. All shops, establishments and other commercial activities remained closed. All forms of vehicles too remained off the roads. In the evening, people lighted earthen lamps and candles in the houses, public places, community establishments etc.

Our Nagaon Correspondent adds: As a mark of respect for Dr Bhupen Hazarika private transport of Nagaon remained off the roads today, while business establishments kept their shutters down. Offices, educational institutions, banks etc., too remained closed.

A number of programmes were held in Nagaon town and other areas of the district where rich tributes were paid to Bhupenda. Special prayers were held in a number of namghars of the district .

Our Jorhat Correspondent adds: The Assam Agricultural University (AAU) family met last evening to condole the demise of Dr Bhupen Hazarika, one of the most illustrious sons of Assam.

Teachers, students and other staff paid tributes to the legendary personality who took with him the rich culture of Assam and the North East to every part of the world.

While praying for the eternal peace of his soul, the meeting wished that the Almighty would give the required strength to the members of the bereaved family to endure this irreparable loss.

Our Namrup Correspondent adds: The people of Namrup and its adjoining areas have been mourning the legendary music icon, Dr Bhupen Hazarika since his demise in Mumbai on November 5.

Several organisations of Namrup including Namrup Sambadik Mancha, Namrup anchalik Students� Union (NASU), AJYCP Namrup unit, Namrup Sahitya Sabha, political units like block, mandal and Youth Congress committees, NSUI, Mahila Samities, industrial houses like APL, BVFCL, NTPS have deeply mourned the sad demise of Dr Hazarika.

Our Doomdooma Correspondent adds: The tea fraternity of Assam has also mourned the death of Dr Bhupen Hazarika. All the tea gardens of Doomdooma circle under Assam Branch Indian Tea Association (ABITA) were declared half holiday today as a mark of respect to the legendary musician.

A condolence meeting was held on the factory premises of Beesakopie TE where the management, workers and the labourers paid tribute to Dr Hazarika and two minutes� silence was observed for peace of the departed soul. Condolence meets were also held at different other tea gardens of Doomdooma circle. Doomdooma branch of Asom Chah Karmachari Sangha, Asom Chah Mazdoor Sangha, Assam Tea Tribes Students� Association, Assam Branch Indian Tea Association, All Assam Small Tea Growers� Association and many other organisations have condoled the death of Dr Hazarika.

On the other hand, a �Sradhanjali� programme was organised publicly at Doomdooma Town Field yesterday evening where hundreds of organisations and individuals offered floral tributes to Dr Hazarika.

Today all shops and other business establishments remained closed at tea town Doomdooma and its surrounding areas as a mark of respect to the departed soul of the �Asom Ratna� Dr Bhupen Hazarika.

Our Jamugurihat Correspondent adds: Various organisations and institutions of greater Naduar area paid tearful homage to the Sudhakantha. The Kavi Mancha, Jamugurihat at a condolence meeting held at Bapuji Bhavan today under the presidentship of its president Khagen Hazarika, tearful homage to Dr Hazarika.

Our Jagiroad Correspondent adds: The people of Jagiroad this evening organised a �Sradhanjalee Anusthan� here as a mark of respect to the departed soul of iconic singer and litterateur Dr Bhupen Hazarika.

People offered floral tributes to Assam�s gifted son. People also lit earthen lamps and candles in the town area including places like Nellie, Palahguri, Paliguri, Tapatoli, Nakhola etc. Earlier, Jagiroad Sakha Sahitya Sabha also paid floral tributes to Dr Hazarika

Our Dhekiajuli Correspondent adds: The people of Dhekiajuli mourned the death of Dr Bhupen Hazarika. Today all business establishments in Dhekiajuli area remained closed as a mark of respect to the legend.

AASU, AJYCP, Press Club, Senior Citizens� Association, Sahitya Sabha of Dhekiajuli will observe a sradhanjali programme jointly on November 15 and 16 at Saheed Maidan to pay respect to the legendary maestro.