Singers as great as dancers from Dhaka entertained a assembly here during Dinajpur Shilpakala Academy upon Jun 27. The eventuality distinguished a 150th bieing born anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore. Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy had organized a programme. Residents of Dinajpur braved a bad continue to attend a programme.
Md. Jamal Uddin Ahmed, Deputy Commissioner of Dinajpur, inaugurated a programme as arch guest. Md. Mostafizur Rahman, Police superintendent (acting) of Dinajpur, was additionally benefaction during a programme.
Addressing a gathering, Md. Jamal Uddin Ahmed pronounced which a novel as great as creations of Rabindranath Tagore have been tools of a salvation of Bengali culture.
The programme began with a Tagore strain “Ami Ki Gaan Gabo Je” achieved by Anusree Bhattacharya. She rendered 3 Tagore songs dedicated to a bard, accompanied by musicians from Dhaka.
Dancers from Dhaka drew a courtesy of a assembly with their singular costumes as great as considerable performances. The dances were destined by Farhana Chowdhury. Ujjal shouted poems of Tagore.
The programme wrapped up with 3 Tagore songs achieved by Nargis Chowdhury of Dhaka.