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An honorable drive: Spreading the message of Vivekananda through book fair

An honorable drive: Spreading the message of Vivekananda through book fair
on Dec 07, 2021
An honorable drive: Spreading the message of Vivekananda through book fair

An honorable drive: Spreading the message of Vivekananda through book reasonable The book Fair that started at Karimganj on Friday has come as an extraordinary help to the admirers of books of fluctuated interest after a long spell of the Covid pandemic.

SILCHAR: The book Fair that started at Karimganj on Friday has come as an extraordinary alleviation to the admirers of books of shifted interest after a long spell of the Covid pandemic. Yet, the noblest of the drive has been the launch of a bookstall committed to Vivekananda and his considerations to spread the message of the extraordinary holy person and soothsayer, especially among the adolescents, to guzzle in them the feeling of discipline and administration to society, other than motivating them with the characteristics of an ideal man to give authority to individuals trapped in agitation and strife.


To know Swami Vivekananda, one needs to peruse the books on his life, reasoning and standards. His books need to gather and peruse with full fixation. This was the counsel given by Dibyuendu Maharaj of the Ramkrishna Mission of Karimganj. He expressed what the extraordinary holy person has lectured and given to us simply in 40 years of his life is a significant fortune of information for the government assistance of mankind. He added, 'Our target behind the launch of bookstall isn't business however to spread the message of Vivekananda.' He called upon the elderly folks to direct and exhort the youthful age.


On this event was available Nikhil Das, collaborator facilitator of Vivekananda Kanya Kumari Kendra, said, 'Our work will possibly succeed assuming guests to the reasonable have a duplicate of the book on Vivekananda to bring home.' Dr Sharmistha Khajanchi, caring for the artistic area, said, 'This is our third bookstall after our four-day slow down during Durga Puja for a bigger scope.' Arup Das, head of the town advisory group, brought up with a predetermined number of books, the mission was begun. He offered his thanks to the reasonable advisory group for making accessible space in the book reasonable liberated from any charge. Others present at the debut work were Prabal Kanti Deb, Mitali Nath, Partha Das and Debjyoti Das.

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