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Tagore was an epitome of humanity: Jishnu

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By TC News Desk

Agartala: May 10. Former Deputy Chief Minister Jishnu Dev Varma urged the young generation to study Rabindranath Tagore which will eventually be going to be benefitted for them as Kabiguru was the epitome of humanity.

“Rabindranath Tagore is a shining star in literature and culture. His creations are appreciated across the country and all over the world. So he is a world poet. The present generation will benefit as much as Rabindranath Tagore is studied”, said former Deputy Chief Minister at the Kavi Pranaam ceremony on the occasion of the 162nd birth anniversary of Guru Rabindranath Tagore, organized by the Department of Information and Cultural Affairs.

Before the ceremony, the former deputy chief minister and other guests paid their respects by placing wreaths on the portrait of Kobiguru Rabindranath Tagore.

Former Deputy Chief Minister Dev Varma said on the occasion, Rabindranath was the embodiment of humanity.

“Relation of Rabindranath and Tripura is very close. Rabindranath Tagore also stood by Tripura at various times as the kings of Tripura helped Rabindranath Tagore”, he added.

During the event AMC Mayor Dipak Majumder, secretary of the Department of ICA, PK Chakraborty Mr. Arif Mohammad, Assistant High Commissioner of Bangladesh Assistant High Commission in Agartala were present.

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