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সড়কবাতি- Street Lights was founded on the 3rd of February 2016, and today, on the eve of Rabindra Jayanti, in the 96th day of their existence, we get to see a glimpse of what they have to offer. 

The event started with paying a tribute to Kobiguru Rabindranath, and also the appreciation of the founders who were present that day. Amidst a sizeable crowd support, the event tentatively started around 3:30 pm.

 As the day unfolded, we got to witness eight singers, four recitations, including a Shruti Natok directed by Mohul Bhattacharya. 

The event ended around 5:30 with the President of Sarakbati, Anubhab Ghosh's speech- a tribute to Rabindranath Tagore and his recoginition of him through the eyes of Lt Rituparno Ghosh. 

He then ​proceeded to thank the members and the event partners for their untiring effort.

The simple yet refreshing essence of this performance was surely a tribute to Rabindra Jayanti befitting the occassion. IYouthMag was a small part of such a brilliant endeavour as the online publicity partner.
IYouthMag was honoured  to be associated with this event. More power to this group of young artists, brilliant writers and photo-enthusiasts.

By: Saraddatt Ghosh

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