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Tributes to Dr Prafulla Dutta Goswami

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GUWAHATI, March 26 - Dr Prafulla Dutta Goswami had established the Assamese folk culture in the international platform through systematic investigation and scientific research. This was mentioned by former president of Asam Sahitya Sabha Dr Dhruba Jyoti Bora while speaking at the inaugural session of the national symposium organised as part of the birth centenary celebration of Dr Goswami by the literary body in collaboration with Sahitya Akademi here on Monday.

In his speech, Sahitya Sabha president Dr Paramananda Rajbongshi said that only because of the efforts of Dr Goswami, the Bihu culture of Assam has got a new space in the international platform. He also termed Dr Goswami�s novel Kesa Pator Kapani a milestone in Assamese literature.

Bengali writer Dr Ramkumar Mukhopadhyay, who was present as a chairperson in one of the sessions of the symposium, highlighted travel literature as a special genre in the literary field.

According to Dr Mukhopadhyay, like poems and stories, travel literature also portrays some pictures through which a person can feel by visiting a place.

Altogether three sessions on different topics were held where Dr Anil Saikia, Dr Ramchandra Deka, Dr Pranita Talukdar, Dr Prabin Chandra Das, Dr Dilip Kumar Kalita, Dr Anil Bodo, Dr Mrinal Kumar Bora and Dr Bijay Kumar Sarma spoke.

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Tributes to Dr Prafulla Dutta Goswami

GUWAHATI, March 26 - Dr Prafulla Dutta Goswami had established the Assamese folk culture in the international platform through systematic investigation and scientific research. This was mentioned by former president of Asam Sahitya Sabha Dr Dhruba Jyoti Bora while speaking at the inaugural session of the national symposium organised as part of the birth centenary celebration of Dr Goswami by the literary body in collaboration with Sahitya Akademi here on Monday.

In his speech, Sahitya Sabha president Dr Paramananda Rajbongshi said that only because of the efforts of Dr Goswami, the Bihu culture of Assam has got a new space in the international platform. He also termed Dr Goswami�s novel Kesa Pator Kapani a milestone in Assamese literature.

Bengali writer Dr Ramkumar Mukhopadhyay, who was present as a chairperson in one of the sessions of the symposium, highlighted travel literature as a special genre in the literary field.

According to Dr Mukhopadhyay, like poems and stories, travel literature also portrays some pictures through which a person can feel by visiting a place.

Altogether three sessions on different topics were held where Dr Anil Saikia, Dr Ramchandra Deka, Dr Pranita Talukdar, Dr Prabin Chandra Das, Dr Dilip Kumar Kalita, Dr Anil Bodo, Dr Mrinal Kumar Bora and Dr Bijay Kumar Sarma spoke.