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Ram Nath Kovind to Be the First President to Address Bodo Sahitya Sabha

The efforts of Bodo Sahitya Sabha for making an invaluable contribution for almost 70 years to the upliftment of the Bodo language, literature, and culture are remarkable.

President Ram Nath Kovind would be the first President to join in and address the 61st yearly gathering of the Bodo Sahitya Sabha (BSS), a local language artistic meet, in western Assam’s Tamulpur on Wednesday.
The President joined by his better half shown up in Guwahati on Tuesday. The President joined by Assam Governor Prof. Jagdish Mukhi, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and different dignitaries would go to the uber occasion of the BSS.
On Thursday, he would got to Aizawl to address the sixteenth Convocation of the Mizoram University.
The northeastern locale, where tribals and non-tribals dwell, protect more than 200 tongues.
The three-day gathering of BSS started on Monday. The Assam government has endorsed an exceptional easygoing pass on to the state government workers who are partaking in the meeting being held at Kachubari in Tamulpur in the Bodoland Territorial Region lining Bhutan and West Bengal.
BSS President Toren C. Boro expressed a great many representatives went to the gathering from various regions of the planet up to this point.
Aside from Assam, an enormous number of individuals communicating in the Bodo language live in Bangladesh, Nepal, Tripura, Nagaland and West Bengal.
Propelled by the Assam Sahitya Sabha, the BSS was framed in 1952 for the improvement of writing, culture, and language. It is assuming a main part in keeping up with coordination among various ethnic gatherings.
The Bodos (or Boros) were once a strong and predominant race in the upper east.
The Assam government perceived the Bodo language as a partner official language of the state in 2020 after the marking of the Bodo international agreement between the Center, Assam government and four Bodo assailant outfits in January 2020.
As indicated by the Census 2011, there are around 14.16 lakh Bodo speakers in Assam (4.53 percent) of the complete populace of the state.



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