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Tributes paid to Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar

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SILCHAR, Sept 26 - Preparations for the year-long observance of 200 th birth centenery of Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, a polymath and key figure of Bengal began in Silchar amidst various activities from Thursday.

The Vidyasagar centenery celebration committee brought out a rally from Khudiram Bose point in which students, youngsters and leading citizens of the city walked to spread the messages of the great reformer.

Academician and secretary of the celebration committee Ahoy Roy informed that the panel shall conduct various events throughout the year across Cachar district in order to disseminate the ideologies of Vidyasagar, who is credited for the reconstruction of Bengali alphabets and simplification of Bengali typography into 12 vowels and 40 consonants.

On the other hand, students and faculty members from the Department of Bengali at Women's College Silchar unveiled their wall magazine �Kshonika� as a part of paying tributes to Vidyasagar.

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Tributes paid to Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar

SILCHAR, Sept 26 - Preparations for the year-long observance of 200 th birth centenery of Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, a polymath and key figure of Bengal began in Silchar amidst various activities from Thursday.

The Vidyasagar centenery celebration committee brought out a rally from Khudiram Bose point in which students, youngsters and leading citizens of the city walked to spread the messages of the great reformer.

Academician and secretary of the celebration committee Ahoy Roy informed that the panel shall conduct various events throughout the year across Cachar district in order to disseminate the ideologies of Vidyasagar, who is credited for the reconstruction of Bengali alphabets and simplification of Bengali typography into 12 vowels and 40 consonants.

On the other hand, students and faculty members from the Department of Bengali at Women's College Silchar unveiled their wall magazine �Kshonika� as a part of paying tributes to Vidyasagar.