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BARAMA, Jan 17 � To use spirituality as a tool to fight the problems posed by declining values, unhealthy lifestyles and other uncertainties as well as to promote universal brotherhood, spiritual love, tolerance and non-violence, a gathering of youth was jointly organised by the Local Spiritual Assembly, Barama, and the Bahai Barama Cluster at the Barama HS School, which was supported by the Regional Bahai Council, Assam region, Guwahati.

Chabi Nayak, Auxiliary Board Member, Bhabani Prasad Sarma, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Baksa district, and Bidyasagar Ramchiary, Principal of the Barama HS School, attended the inauguration programme as distinguished guests. Dharitry Das, member, Cluster Growth Committee, Barama Cluster, gave the welcome speech, while Jitpal Kalita, regional coordinator, elaborated on the aims of the gathering.

Participants from different communities and various backgrounds in the age group of 15-30 years participated in the youth meet.

Arrangements were made by the Bahai friends of the Barama area in a short period of time. Participants were provided with food during the programme. Those from the outside of Barama were accommodated. More than 100 participants took part in the gathering.

An open forum-cum-interactive session, along with a group presentation, was also held, in which the theme was �Youth gathering � building a new civilization.�

As part of the youth gathering, a cultural programme was also held. Sarada Nayak, chairperson of the Regional Bahai Council, Assam region, Guwahati, attended the closing ceremony as the chief guest. The meet concluded with the vote of thanks by Rajib Das, secretary of the Bahai Local Spiritual Assembly, Barama.

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Youth meet at Barama school

BARAMA, Jan 17 � To use spirituality as a tool to fight the problems posed by declining values, unhealthy lifestyles and other uncertainties as well as to promote universal brotherhood, spiritual love, tolerance and non-violence, a gathering of youth was jointly organised by the Local Spiritual Assembly, Barama, and the Bahai Barama Cluster at the Barama HS School, which was supported by the Regional Bahai Council, Assam region, Guwahati.

Chabi Nayak, Auxiliary Board Member, Bhabani Prasad Sarma, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Baksa district, and Bidyasagar Ramchiary, Principal of the Barama HS School, attended the inauguration programme as distinguished guests. Dharitry Das, member, Cluster Growth Committee, Barama Cluster, gave the welcome speech, while Jitpal Kalita, regional coordinator, elaborated on the aims of the gathering.

Participants from different communities and various backgrounds in the age group of 15-30 years participated in the youth meet.

Arrangements were made by the Bahai friends of the Barama area in a short period of time. Participants were provided with food during the programme. Those from the outside of Barama were accommodated. More than 100 participants took part in the gathering.

An open forum-cum-interactive session, along with a group presentation, was also held, in which the theme was �Youth gathering � building a new civilization.�

As part of the youth gathering, a cultural programme was also held. Sarada Nayak, chairperson of the Regional Bahai Council, Assam region, Guwahati, attended the closing ceremony as the chief guest. The meet concluded with the vote of thanks by Rajib Das, secretary of the Bahai Local Spiritual Assembly, Barama.