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US carnival at Nehru Park

By STAFF REPORTER

GUWAHATI, Dec 15 � The Nehru Park at Pan Bazar here on Friday came alive with a carnival with a difference with the youths enjoying a variety of engaging moments. It was a mix of education, entertainment and amusement for those who took part in the �US Experience�.

Two popular bands performed at a venue specially set up for the occasion. Empirical Tribe and Rangdap, two award winning groups, performed a number of songs in the place, which also saw information being passed out to students and youths about educational opportunities in the US.

A Visa corner was specially set up on the premises for the benefit of students, tourists and business visitors, sources said.

The American Library, Kolkata had a presence in the venue and offered information about its services available.

Rachel Sunden, Deputy Director of American Center, Kolkata, told The Assam Tribune that the event highlighted Guwahati�s emergence as an area of interest on several counts. The academic, cultural and business value of the place are recognised by a major event like this.

Throughout the two-day event, the American Centre has sought to bring a little taste of America to Guwahati. She hoped that more collaborations between the American Center and partners here will take place in the days ahead.

In January, a dance company from the US will be performing in Guwahati, Sunden added.

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US carnival at Nehru Park

GUWAHATI, Dec 15 � The Nehru Park at Pan Bazar here on Friday came alive with a carnival with a difference with the youths enjoying a variety of engaging moments. It was a mix of education, entertainment and amusement for those who took part in the �US Experience�.

Two popular bands performed at a venue specially set up for the occasion. Empirical Tribe and Rangdap, two award winning groups, performed a number of songs in the place, which also saw information being passed out to students and youths about educational opportunities in the US.

A Visa corner was specially set up on the premises for the benefit of students, tourists and business visitors, sources said.

The American Library, Kolkata had a presence in the venue and offered information about its services available.

Rachel Sunden, Deputy Director of American Center, Kolkata, told The Assam Tribune that the event highlighted Guwahati�s emergence as an area of interest on several counts. The academic, cultural and business value of the place are recognised by a major event like this.

Throughout the two-day event, the American Centre has sought to bring a little taste of America to Guwahati. She hoped that more collaborations between the American Center and partners here will take place in the days ahead.

In January, a dance company from the US will be performing in Guwahati, Sunden added.