RANGPUR: Speakers at a discussion have stressed the need for healthy cultural practice to build a peaceful society through eliminating all sorts of misdeeds, reports BSS.
They made the observation at the discussion organised by Begum Rokeya University, Rangpur (BRUR) unit of cultural organisation ‘Ranon’ on the Central Cafeteria premises in the university campus on Thursday night.President of ‘Ranon’ and Associate Professor of the Department of Bengali of BRUR Dr Tuhin Wadud presided over the discussion in the beginning of the cultural function.
Associate Professors of the Department of Bengali of BRUR Dr Nittya Ghosh and Dr Shafik Ashraf and General Secretary of ‘Ranon’ Sanjoy Chowdhury addressed the discussion.
The speakers said evil forces have distorted the national history, culture and heritage and stressed on reviving those to eliminate the malevolence forces to show youngsters the correct direction for peace in society.
The speakers said evil forces have distorted the national history to mislead the society for hampering overall progress of the country.
Later, members of ‘Ranon’, teachers and students of the university rendered popular songs, staged drama, recited poems and rendered single and group dances enthralling hundreds of audience.
Students Sanjoy Chowdhury, Suraiya Akhter, Papri Rani Bhowmick, Mesbah Uddin, Happy Roy rendered songs while teacher Dr Tuhin Wadud, students Zamiur rabbi, Rakesh Kumar Ds and Dipa Rani Roy recited self-composed poems.Students of the university Hridi Arjeeta, Shahin Reza Saikat, Dipa Rani Das Priya rendered single and group dances and a group of students of the university staged a drama directed and produced by Shahin Reza Saikat following the story ‘Denapawna’ written by Biswa Kobi Rabindranath Tagore.