Ragam Festival Concludes in Kokrajhar


KOKRAJHAR, FEB 21: The Ragam: The Bodoland Sanskriti, the ongoing mega cultural event was concluded on Sunday with three day colourful programme scheduled being held at Bodofa Cultural Complex in Kokrajhar.

The Ragam festival was started from February 19 and was organised by Cultural department of Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) administration to make an integrated society with building of peace and tranquillity among the different communities in the areas.

Many social organisation and cultural troupes representing different communities participated and demonstrated cultural activities in the mega event that created amusement and integrated of cultural unity.

Noted singer Jubin Garg has inaugurated the cultural evening on the concluding day of the mega cultural event today evening.

Garg has lauded the initiative for organising a mega cultural event in Kokrajhar where different communities are getting opportunity to showcase their cultural demonstration which has been paving the way healthy development and integration environment.

Meanwhile, the International Mother Language Day was observed at Bodofa Cultural Complex Chandamari on Sunday in Kokrajhar district with the coincidence of the ongoing Ragam: The Bodoland Sanskriti, a mega cultural event.

The mega cultural event’s programme has been creating cultural integration among the different ethnic communities in the region which was started from 19th February and was organised by Cultural department of Bodoland Territorial Council administration.

In connection with the Ragam: The Bodoland Sanskriti festival,the international mother language observation saw an interactive session and poem’s recitation programme was organised where nearly nearly fifty poet and writers participated the day.

Ex MP and Sahitya Akademy award winner Urkhao Gwra Brahma inaugurated the the observation amidst huge audience.

BTR chief executive member Pramod Boro, deputy chief of Boro Kochary welfare autonomous council Romeo P Narzary graced the occasion as guests in the day.

Boro said that the international mother language day was observed to Mark the respect of the mother languages in the country. He has urged the citizens to use mother language while taking education and language’s uplift among the society.

Meanwhile, a grand multi community cultural rally was carried out today in connection with the the festival where different cultural troupes representing different communities participated and showcase their cultural demonstration.

The rally was started from Govt HS and MP School ground Kokrajhar traversed to Bodofa Cultural Complex via JD Road.

BTC executive members Ukil Mushahary and Daobaisa Boro ceremonially flagged off the rally.

“We are very exited with the mega cultural event organised in Kokrajhar where we got opportunity to showcase our (Adivasi community) cultural activities among the participants”, said Adivasi community cultural troupe.

A Cultural troupe from Nepali community has also expressed their happiness after getting opportunity to showcase their cultural demonstration in the event, said that the programme was successful and was very integrated society building up among various communities.


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