> Byline > 6th Bhairabkunda Festival from January 17 in Udalguri  
Date of Publish: 2018-01-04
Submited By: Shajid Khan
Contact: itsshajidkhan@gmail.com

UDALGURI, Jan 4 : In a bid to tap the tourism aspects and place
Bhairabkunda-a picturesque tri junction located in the Himalayan
foothills of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Bhutan with its unmatched
natural beauty on the tourism map of country, the 6th edition  of
Bhairabkunda festival is going to be celebrated with a four day
colorful cultural agenda from Janaury 17 to January 20 next at
Bhairabkunda, 24 kilometer north of Udalguri town.
A reception cum festival management committee to this effect was
formed on Wednesday here at Udalguri Town Committee conference hall
with Rihon Daimari, cabinet minister of Assam as president, Ripen
Daimari, MCLA of Bhairabkunda BTC Legislative Assembly as working
president and Tridip Daimari, speaker of BTC assembly as  chief
convenor respectively. The meeting also decided to bring out the
annual mouthpiece of the festival with Ganesh Mochahary as chief
editor.The celebration committee members said that Bhairabkunda festival
would  reflect the age old bond of fraternity, unity and integrity
among the diverse ethnic linguistic groups including those from
neighbouring Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh and its mission is to  give
an exposure to the  tourism prospects, self employment oppurtunities
for the educated unemployed youths and prevail the communal harmony
and tranquility in the region.
(Shajid Khan is an independent journalist based in Assam . Currently pursuing his graduation in English literature.  In his stinct of journalistic experience he has contributed numerous socio-political and wildlife related articles to national and international print and web based publications. He can be reached at itsshajidkhan@gmail.com. )



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