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Curtain falls on Rasabari Tourism Festival

December 31, 2016 07:39PM

Manoj Kumar Ojha

Doomdooma:  Rasabari Tourism Festival came to its splendid end on Saturday amidst festivities and fanfare. The three-day tourism festival witnessed huge turnout from diverse age groups defying all complexities. It may be noted that Rasbari is remotely situated in Tinsukia district near Duamara rivulet and Tarani Reserve Forest with an immense scope for tourism prospect.

Capitalising on its tourism scope Rasbari village youth organization in collaboration with local students and social organization has organised the Rasabari Tourism Festival for the third time. On the second day of the fair the Doomdooma Press Club was awarded and all its members were felicitated. Keshav chandra memorial social responsibility journalism award was awarded to Doomdooma Press Club   here.

All the member reporters of Doomdooma Press Club were felicitated and “sarai”, "prasastipatra" and “guwa-pan shah arihna" awards were given to Doomdooma Press Club.

After receiving the award the president of Doomdooma Press Club Anuj Kalita expressed gratitude for choosing Doomdooma Press Club for the prestigious award.

Abhijit khataniar the Secretary of Doomdooma Press Club also expressed gratitude to the family of late Keshav Chandra Bora and said that after receiving the award the responsibilities of Doomdooma Press Club have multiplied.

Senior journalists Dhiren Deka and Arjun Barua also made their gracious presence. It was a great moment when the vice president of Doomdooma Press Club Pradip Moran   recited two of his self composed Assamese poems on Rasbari Mela along with Pushpdhar Moran, the executive secretary of Rasbari Paryatan Mela-2016.

Tinsukia district Satra Mahasabha president Viren Mahant, executive committee president Baidya Bora, assistant secretary Surajit Bora and other dignitaries were also present.

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