Cultural fiesta during Dhaka University

To symbol a 90th anniversary, Dhaka University hold a two-day informative legal holiday upon campus upon Jul 1 as good as 2. Celebrations were upon during TSC auditorium, Natmandal as good as Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Building. Programmes featured improvisational acting, entertainment of a fool around “Shiddhanto” as good as a seminar.

The fool around “Shiddhanto” was a prominence of a fest. The fool around was staged 3 times in dual days. The initial uncover was hold during noon upon Jul 1 during Natmandal. The second uncover was hold a same day (in a evening) during TSC auditorium. The third as good as last uncover was hold a subsequent dusk during Natmandal.

“Shiddhanto”, an instrumentation of German playwright Bertolt Brecht’s “The Measures Taken”, was destined by Dr. Israfil Shaheen. Shahman Moishan has translated a fool around in to Bangla.

The fool around portrays a predestine of a immature comrade who sacrifices (or is forced to sacrifice) himself for a seductiveness of communism. The fool around was written identical to a normal jatra pala. In a jatra pala tradition, a performers pierce about upon a entertainment as good as face a assembly from any corner. The process of exegesis follows a ‘story inside of story’ format.

Laboni Akhtar, Nusrat Sharmin, Mahjabin Islam, Syeda Iffat Ara, Sushanto Kumar, Mehedi Tanjir as good as Rafiqul Islam enacted a characters. The expel additionally written a set, light as good as costumes.

The fool around will be staged during an general entertainment legal holiday in Seoul, South Korea this week.

A convention upon aspects of Bangladeshi enlightenment took place during a Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Building yesterday. Former Chief Justice Muhammad Habibur Rahman was a pass orator during a seminar. Noted informative personalities as good as teachers of a university spoke upon a topic. Professor AAMS Arefin Siddique, clamp chancellor of DU, chaired a seminar.

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