125th birth anniversary of Netaji Subash Chandra Bose celebrated in Nagaland

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 1/23/2021 11:06:36 AM IST

Chesezu village, Phek, Dimapur Bongs, Netaji Subash Kala Kendra (NSKK) and Pranab Vidyapith Higher Secondary School (PVHSS), Dimapur celebrated Parakram Diwas to commemorate the 125th birth anniversary of Netaji Subhas Chandra (SC) Bose on January 23 at Dimapur. 

Chesezu village: The occasion was observed at Chesezu village, Phek with village leaders and an associate of Netaji named Vezo Swuro, now aged 93.

A press release by the organisers stated that, Vezo Swuro, who associated with Netaji, shared a brief experience and history of how Netaji spent his stay at Chesezu. Proprietor of Pier Tours, Kohima, Kejaroko Pieru, thanked the villagers on behalf of Indiatourism for accepting the proposal to celebrate the anniversary at Chesezu. He also shared the prospects on how Chesezu can become an eco-tourism destination and expressed his willingness to support the village in the years to come.

Muleyi Khesoh, ex-chairman, Chesezu Village Council thanked Indiatourism for choosing Chesezu village to observe the 125 birth anniversary of Netaji and encouraged the upcoming generation to carry on the legacies and history of Netaji. 45 participants including 13 school children participated in the art competition under the theme “Netaji at Chesezu”. In the programme chaired by Vesezo Ringa, a special folk tune was presented by Rapra Swuro and Thiyiveyi Nyekha sang about Netaji and the Japanese at Chesezu while Nuvetalu Nyekha and Nukhrutalu Nyekha sang about the legacy and history left by Netaji at Chesezu. 

Dimapur Bongs: Dimapur Bongs celebrated the occasion at its office premises. A press release by Dimapur Bongs stated that, programme started with Indian national flag hoisting and garlanding Netaji’s statue. Ganesh Sharma, the advisor of Dimapur Bongs who is also the superintendent of DMC highlighted the contribution of Netaji towards the freedom struggle of India. He also urged the youth members and the children to feel proud about their rich culture. Senior member of Dimapur Bongs, Juel Acherjee addressed the school going children and the performers to focus on their goals and to march ahead with positive attitude. He also instilled the feeling of patriotism, bravery and social responsibility among the youth members. Dimapur Bongs member Rupam Dasgupta also spoke on the occasion. 

Earlier, programme was hosted by Puja Das Paul, while Neha Ghosh and her group presented INA anthem. Various patriotic dances and songs were presented and the Sargam band also performed various patriotic numbers. Vote of thanks was delivered by Arunangshu Sharma. Various dignitaries from different organisations attended the programme.

NSKK: Netaji Subash Kala Kendra (NSKK) organised the programme at Railway Netaji Colony, Dimapur on January 23.

A press release by NSKK principal Sushanta Bhattacharjee and convener NBCC, Dipankar Das stated that, during the programme, dignitaries and seniors members delivered short speeches on the life of Netaji Subash Bose reflecting that the time has come to unite. They also encouraged youths to follow the path of Netaji and not to forget the rich culture and tradition of their motherland.

Earlier, national flag was hoisted by head cashier of Canara Bank, Dimapur branch, Sabooj Sharma and songs in honour of Netaji was sung by students of NSKK. Welcome speech was given by principal Sushanta Bhattacharjee and vote of thanks was proposed by Dipankar Das.

PVHSS: Pranab Vidyapith Higher Secondary School (PVHSS), Dimapur celebrated the anniversary at the Pranab jubilee auditorium on January 23. 

A press release by PVHSS Dimapur principal stated that, programme began with the universal peace prayer and garlanding the portrait of Swami Pranabanandaji Maharaj and Netaji Subash Chandra Bose. Speech was presented by principal Monoj Bhattacharjee. PVHSS teachers presented a group song while solo was presented by Gitashree Bhattacharjee. Senior most teacher Ranu Purkayastha gave a motivational speech. INA national anthem was sung by the students of PVHSS.

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