As part of the 5th Bangladesh-India Cultural Reunion, important personalities including political, social, cultural activists and media persons including Minister of Tripura State of India Ramprasad Pal visited historical and important installations in Rajshahi region.
AHM Khairuzzaman Liton, convener of the cultural gathering fair, member of the presidium of Bangladesh Awami League and mayor of Rajshahi City Corporation was present during the day-long visit to various establishments in Puthia and Natore on Sunday (February 28).
On the occasion of the centenary of Bangabandhu’s birth, the golden jubilee of independence and the 50th anniversary of Bangladesh-India friendship, a cultural gathering is being held in Rajshahi from February 25 to 26 under the auspices of Friends of Bangladesh under the auspices of Rajshahi City Corporation.
As part of this, Indian guests visited Puthia Rajbari on Sunday and Natore Rajbari and Uttara Ganobhaban in the afternoon. At 12 noon, guests from Puthia Rajbari were welcomed with warm greetings. Later in the afternoon, Rasik Mayor AHM Khairuzzaman Liton and State Minister for Information and Communication Technology Junaid Ahmed Palak MP greeted the Indian guests at Rajbari and Uttara Ganobhaban in Natore.
During the visit, the Indian guests were introduced to the history and heritage of the historical sites. During the visit, Indian guests took part in worship at the historic Shiva Temple at Puthia Rajbari and the Sarvamangala Temple at Natore Rajbari.
During the visit, Natore-4 MP and District Awami League President Abdul Quddus, Natore-2 MP Shafiqul Islam Shimul, Rajshahi Metropolitan Awami League Acting President Bir Muktijoddha Mohammad Ali Kamal, Rajshahi District Awami League General Secretary Abdul Wadud Dara, Juba Mahila League General Secretary Apu Ukil and other personalities and important personalities of Awami League and allied organizations.
It may be mentioned that a team of 36 members including the Minister of India came to Rajshahi on February 25 to take part in the 5th Bangladesh-India Cultural Reunion. They will return to India after the reunion on February 26.