The 70th genocide anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore was celebrated upon the ‘zero line’ — Bangladesh-India limit during Hili pier area, underneath Hakimpur upazila of Dinajpur — yesterday sunrise with the colourful informative programme by artistes of South Dinajpur, West Bengal.
The programme, patrician ‘Epar Bangla — Opar Bangla Borshamongol’, was organized by Bhasa O Shangskriti, Kolaghat of East Medinipur, West Bengal.
Artistes of conflicting informative institutes of Hili, South Dinajpur as well as East Medinipur took partial in the programme. Pushpendra Orao, the comparison informative celebrity of East Medinipur told that which such informative programmes would make firm the attribute in in in in between dual countries.
The programme proposed during around 9:30am yesterday upon the ‘zero line’.
JL Kunwar as well as Md. Azahar, organisation commanders of twenty-eight BSF Battalion as well as Jaipurhat 40 Battalion respectively, mutually illuminated the candle — inaugurating the programme. After the inauguration, limit guards of the dual countries exchanged greeting.
A sapling was additionally planted upon the ‘zero line’ of the dual adjacent counties. Both countries adopted Tagore’s songs as their inhabitant anthems.
The sand as well as H2O used for planting the sapling were picked up from twenty-two places as well as twenty-two rivers of India as well as Bangladesh.
After recitation of the Tagore poem, the organisation commanders of BGB as well as BSF planted the sapling regulating the dirt as well as H2O picked up from both countries.
Bangladeshi artistes, however, did not knowledge during the programme. Artistes of Balurghat Chhandan Katha Kendra, Hili Girls’ School as well as Spondan Katha Kendra achieved during the programme.
The informative programme proposed with the classification dance. Recitation of Tagore poems were highlights of the programme.