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SPICMACAY launches Sanskriti Yatra to promote Indian art

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HT Correspondent

DIBRUGARH, June 10: SPICMACAY, Dibrugarh Chapter inaugurated Sanskriti Yatra, a workshop demonstration series promoting Indian art forms and culture among school students at Dibrugarh Bengali High School on Monday.

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The program was inaugurated by Dibrugarh Chapter chairperson Dr Raji Konwar, Sangeet Natak Akademi awardee Bhaben Borbayan, Dr Jadab Borah, Sattriya dancer and assistant professor at Dibrugarh University, and Dibrugarh Bengali High School headmistress Mita Das.

Through the Sanskriti Yatra Program, funded by the Governor of Assam, the Dibrugarh Chapter of SPICMACAY will hold workshops providing an opportunity for young school students to interact and learn from renowned artists.

Renowned Sattriya dancers and Sahitya Natak Akademi Awardees, Anita Sharma and Bhaben Borbayan, along with Dr Jadab Borah, will conduct workshops in select schools of Upper Assam, providing training to students in the knowledge and technique of the Sattriya dance form.

The Dibrugarh Chapter of SPICMACAY aims to cover 15 government schools in the districts of Upper Assam, comprising Dibrugarh and Charaideo in the first phase.

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SPICMACAY, the Society for Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture amongst Youth, is a voluntary organisation with over 300 chapters that actively seeks to promote Indian cultural heritage through Indian music, dance, crafts, and other aspects.

SPICMACAY, Dibrugarh Chapter chairperson Dr Raji Konwar stressed the role of SPICMACAY in shaping society and urged students to come and associate with the organisation.

In the second phase, the chapter will cover districts such as Tinsukia, Majuli, Sibsagar, Lakhimpur, and Dhemaji.

The program is sponsored by the Governor of Assam, Gulab Chand Kataria.

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