GYANASHREE PATHAK

Smt Gyanashree Pathak, second daughter of Rupkonwar Jyoti Prasad Agarwala visited the Vidyalaya on 05 August 2014 along with members from the Tezpur University. She interacted with the children and faculty. It was a nostalgic moment for all to interact with Smt Pathak. 

Kendriya Vidyalaya Central University Tezpur, has one of the houses named after Jyoti Prasad Agarwala (Assamese: জ্যোতিপ্ৰসাদ আগৰৱালা; 1903 – 1951) was a noted Assamese playwright, songwriter, poet, writer and film maker from Assam. He was considered as Assamese cultural icon, deeply revered for his creative vision and output and is popularly called the Rupkonwar (ৰূপকোৱঁৰ) of Assamese culture In fact, he is regarded as the founder of Assamese cinema for Joymati (1935). His death anniversary (January 17) is celebrated as Silpi Divas (Artists’ Day) in his honour.

 

Images by Hemanta Keot, TGT(P&HE) Contractual.

Advertisements