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Nitai-Naojan Gyanjyoti Yuba Sangha organises drawing workshop

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DEMOW, July 3: Nitai-Naojan Gyanjyoti Yuba Sangha initiated a free drawing workshop at Nitai-Naojan Primary School near Demow on Monday. The workshop, under the patronage of the organisation, aims to provide free drawing training to interested students. The workshop timings are scheduled from 01:00 pm to 3:30 pm.

Santanu Konwar has been appointed as the guest trainer for the workshop, while Mintu Buragohain serves as the chief trainer. On the first day of the workshop, which took place on Monday, students actively participated in the drawing sessions. The workshop will continue until July 8, 2023, allowing students to enhance their drawing skills and explore their artistic abilities

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