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Cultural Heritage of Tezpur

1st & 7th rank from Tezpur and 4th & 10th rank from Gohpur, total 4 top ten students from un-divided Sonitpur District in HSLC Result 2018

Four Brilliant Students from different schools bring laurel in Sonitpur District. The People in around Historic Tezpur town in Sonitpur District today felt  proud as a total of Four students from four different schools located at the heart of the town brought glory to their schools as well as  to …

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Brindaban Goswami wins from Tezpur constituency

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Congratulation to Sri Brindaban Goswami for winning Assam Assembly 2016 from Tezpur Constituency

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Hem Baruah Hall

  It was established by Haribilas Agarwala, Lakshikanta Borkataki, Joydeb Sarma Pandit in the heart of the city. Earlier it was known as Central Hall or Town Hall. It is situated in the midst of Tezpur Town area and in front of Tezpur Police Station is dedicated to him. A …

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Jonaki Cinema Hall

     When Rupkonwar Jyoti Prasad Agarwala completed the first Assamese film ‘Joymoti’ in 1935, there were no regular cinema halls in Assam. He had to screen his creation in makeshift auditoriums, schools, godowns and theatre halls. Only Guwahati, Dibrugargh and perhaps Shillong had temporary facilities to screen movies. Jyotiprasad …

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Jyoti Bharati

Jyoti Prasad Agarwala was born on 17 June 1903 in an Agrawal family, to Paramananda Agarwala and Kiranmoyee Agarwala in Tamulbari Tea Estate. His uncles were renowned Assamese poets Chandra Kumar Agarwala and Ananda Chandra Agarwala. His forefather, Nabrangram Agarwala, had come to Assam in 1811 from the Marwar region …

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Tarun Asom Sangha

The Tarun Asom Sangha is situated in the heart of Tezpur city. It is a historic cultural and sports club. It was established in the year 1930 by Lakhidhar Sarma. In 1951 the new building was built.

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Ban Theatre, Tezpur

The most significant and a landmark development in the cultural life of Assam was the establishment of the Ban Stage (old) or Baan theatre, the first modern Assamese theatre hall at Tezpur in 1906. The Ban Stage gave a platform for development of the Socio-Cultural scene of Assam. The great …

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