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Rongali Bihu celebrated in Lucknow

By The Assam Tribune

GUWAHATI, May 12 � The Assam Association, Lucknow, celebrated the Rongali Bihu at Dilkusha Garden in Lucknow Cantt recently.

Every year the Assamese community in Lucknow celebrates Rongali Bihu with traditional gaiety and fervour and this year also about 300 people of the community comprising Defence and civil personnel got together in the open garden under a huge banyan tree on a warm Sunday.

The cultural function commenced at 11.30 am with the opening song, Shreemoi Asameer sital bukut uthe, usabar madhu aloran led by Dr Jayanti Kalita, Bipa Saikia, Bipin Rabha, Biju Bhagawati and others. Other artistes who enthralled the audience with Bihu songs were Sunita Rabha, Tridipjyoti Goswami, Nabajit Dutta and Khanjani Barouh. Diganta Saikia regaled the audience with his flute recital. Afterwards, the audience left their seats and danced in the open to the rhythm of the dhol, taal and pepa. The entire garden reverberated with Bihu songs and dance.

A grand community feast was organised in the afternoon with delicious fish dishes.

At the end, the association secretary, JL Boro thanked all the people for their active participation and acknowledged the support of Col RD Talukdar for making the function successful.

It was a memorable get-together of the Assamese community which enabled them to relive the spirit of Bihu living far away from their homes and renew the bond of the community in Lucknow. This was stated in a press release.

Prof MK Chaudhuri, vice chancellor of Tezpur University, delivering the inaugural address at the National Science Academies� lecture workshop on non-linear dynamics.

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Rongali Bihu celebrated in Lucknow

GUWAHATI, May 12 � The Assam Association, Lucknow, celebrated the Rongali Bihu at Dilkusha Garden in Lucknow Cantt recently.

Every year the Assamese community in Lucknow celebrates Rongali Bihu with traditional gaiety and fervour and this year also about 300 people of the community comprising Defence and civil personnel got together in the open garden under a huge banyan tree on a warm Sunday.

The cultural function commenced at 11.30 am with the opening song, Shreemoi Asameer sital bukut uthe, usabar madhu aloran led by Dr Jayanti Kalita, Bipa Saikia, Bipin Rabha, Biju Bhagawati and others. Other artistes who enthralled the audience with Bihu songs were Sunita Rabha, Tridipjyoti Goswami, Nabajit Dutta and Khanjani Barouh. Diganta Saikia regaled the audience with his flute recital. Afterwards, the audience left their seats and danced in the open to the rhythm of the dhol, taal and pepa. The entire garden reverberated with Bihu songs and dance.

A grand community feast was organised in the afternoon with delicious fish dishes.

At the end, the association secretary, JL Boro thanked all the people for their active participation and acknowledged the support of Col RD Talukdar for making the function successful.

It was a memorable get-together of the Assamese community which enabled them to relive the spirit of Bihu living far away from their homes and renew the bond of the community in Lucknow. This was stated in a press release.

Prof MK Chaudhuri, vice chancellor of Tezpur University, delivering the inaugural address at the National Science Academies� lecture workshop on non-linear dynamics.