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Tearful homage paid to Sudhakantha

By Correspondent

JAMUGURIHAT, Nov 8 � Hundreds of people from every walk of life paid tearful homage to Sudhakantha Dr Bhupen Hazarika, one of the most beloved and greatest musical icons of India who breathed his last on November 5, at a function organised by the All Jamuguri Students� Union and Jamuguri Byabasayik Santha at the Jamuguri centre.

The function was inaugurated by lighting of an earthen lamp by Dr Haren Saikia, which was followed by hundreds of representatives of AASU, local branches of Asam Unnati Sabha, Asam Sahitya Sabha, CPI (M), Byabasayik Sanstha, Jamuguri Club, Bapuji Bhavan Natya Samaj, Sundaram Abhiyatri, All Assam Scheduled Caste Association and many other social, literary and cultural organisations of the area paying homage.

Floral tributes were also paid in front of the life-sized portrait of the music maestro.

Dr Haren Saikia and Golap Kalita spoke on the life, achievements and contributions towards various fields of by the singing legend.

Earlier, on November 5, the cultural show of Jamuguri Higher Secondary School annual week and the art competition organised by Asom Sattra Mahasabha at Kusumtola were cancelled.

The annual general meeting of Bapuji Bhavan Natya Samaj on November 6 was postponed as a mark of respect to the departed soul.

Our Namrup correspondent adds: Namrup and its adjoining areas mourned the sad demise of legendary musician and �Asom Ratna� Dr Bhupen Hazarika.

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

The Namrup AASU unit lit 85 earthen lamps to offer its homage to the departed soul and kept its flag half-mast. Every household of Namrup lit earthen lamps in front of their residences, praying for the eternal peace of the departed soul.

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Tearful homage paid to Sudhakantha

JAMUGURIHAT, Nov 8 � Hundreds of people from every walk of life paid tearful homage to Sudhakantha Dr Bhupen Hazarika, one of the most beloved and greatest musical icons of India who breathed his last on November 5, at a function organised by the All Jamuguri Students� Union and Jamuguri Byabasayik Santha at the Jamuguri centre.

The function was inaugurated by lighting of an earthen lamp by Dr Haren Saikia, which was followed by hundreds of representatives of AASU, local branches of Asam Unnati Sabha, Asam Sahitya Sabha, CPI (M), Byabasayik Sanstha, Jamuguri Club, Bapuji Bhavan Natya Samaj, Sundaram Abhiyatri, All Assam Scheduled Caste Association and many other social, literary and cultural organisations of the area paying homage.

Floral tributes were also paid in front of the life-sized portrait of the music maestro.

Dr Haren Saikia and Golap Kalita spoke on the life, achievements and contributions towards various fields of by the singing legend.

Earlier, on November 5, the cultural show of Jamuguri Higher Secondary School annual week and the art competition organised by Asom Sattra Mahasabha at Kusumtola were cancelled.

The annual general meeting of Bapuji Bhavan Natya Samaj on November 6 was postponed as a mark of respect to the departed soul.

Our Namrup correspondent adds: Namrup and its adjoining areas mourned the sad demise of legendary musician and �Asom Ratna� Dr Bhupen Hazarika.

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

The Namrup AASU unit lit 85 earthen lamps to offer its homage to the departed soul and kept its flag half-mast. Every household of Namrup lit earthen lamps in front of their residences, praying for the eternal peace of the departed soul.