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Seera Senehi Mor Bhasha Janani� enters record book

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MANGALDAI, Dec 27 � The theme song of the Asam Sahitya Sabha Seera Senehi Mor Bhasha Janani�. which is associated with the Sabha since its foundation, today achieved a national recognition as the presentation of this song by over 4500 female artistes at the Mangaldai Stadium enabled it to enter the India Book of Records as a new national record.

The event organised on the occasion of the 96th foundation day of the Sahitya Sabha, was classified in the �regional simultaneous singing� category as announced by Abhijit Barua, observer for India Book of Records. With over 4500 participants and presentation of 7 minutes, it broke the previous record of participants singing for five minutes.

Earlier, befitting the foundation day celebration, an open meeting was held in the venue with Imran Shah, president, Asam Sahitya Sabha, in the chair. Prominent writers Lakhinath Tamuli and Idris Ali were among others who attended the function as distinguished guests, while Dr Parmananda Rajbongshi, vice-president of Sahitya Sabha, released the souvenir published on the occasion. Earlier, Dr Mukunda Kam Sarma, former Justice of the Supreme Court, inaugurated the session. The programme also featured hoisting of organisational flag by president Imran Shah, smriti tarpan by Bharat Bhusan Mahanta.

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Seera Senehi Mor Bhasha Janani� enters record book

MANGALDAI, Dec 27 � The theme song of the Asam Sahitya Sabha Seera Senehi Mor Bhasha Janani�. which is associated with the Sabha since its foundation, today achieved a national recognition as the presentation of this song by over 4500 female artistes at the Mangaldai Stadium enabled it to enter the India Book of Records as a new national record.

The event organised on the occasion of the 96th foundation day of the Sahitya Sabha, was classified in the �regional simultaneous singing� category as announced by Abhijit Barua, observer for India Book of Records. With over 4500 participants and presentation of 7 minutes, it broke the previous record of participants singing for five minutes.

Earlier, befitting the foundation day celebration, an open meeting was held in the venue with Imran Shah, president, Asam Sahitya Sabha, in the chair. Prominent writers Lakhinath Tamuli and Idris Ali were among others who attended the function as distinguished guests, while Dr Parmananda Rajbongshi, vice-president of Sahitya Sabha, released the souvenir published on the occasion. Earlier, Dr Mukunda Kam Sarma, former Justice of the Supreme Court, inaugurated the session. The programme also featured hoisting of organisational flag by president Imran Shah, smriti tarpan by Bharat Bhusan Mahanta.

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