National Service Scheme, Bangabasi Morning College, Kolkata Organized 3 Days Lecture Series on Indian Culture and Tradition

New Delhi: A Three-day lecture series on Indian culture and tradition was organized under the aegis of National Service Scheme, Bangabasi Morning College, Kolkata, for the NSS Kolkata Golden Jubilee Lecture Series XIII, XIV, XV. The program was started by the Convenor Dr. Tulika Chakravorty’s s Introduction of Indian Culture and Traditions.NSS volunteer Ms. Ishita Mukherjee presented a video on Indian culture and tradition. The chief guest of the program was the youth officer Mr. Agnimil Das. As the first distinguished speaker, Mr. Arunabho Banerjee highlighted Indian folk drama art. The second speaker Mr. Partha Sheel threw light on the diverse musical instruments including aerophones of Assam. The first speaker of the second day, Mr. Mikma Sharing Lepcha, while highlighting the Lepcha culture and tradition, said that Lepcha culture and tradition is missing today. Second speaker Mr. Jitu Saikia Highlighting the folk art and culture of Assam. The distinguished speaker of the third day of the program was Mr. Anurag Mohta, who spoke on the folk art, culture, and tradition of Gujarat and highlighted the Garba dance art of Gujarat. At the end of the program, Convenor Dr. Tulika Chakravorty gave her sincere thanks to the  Teacher in Charge madam of the college, Professor Shipra Haldar, distinguished guest, distinguished speakers, NSS volunteers, participants and conveyed her gratitude towards Meholi Roy, Chandan Roy, Ishita Mukherjee, Chayanika Debnath, and Ashish Gupta.