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“50 er Alokbortika” organized by East West University Club for Performing Arts (ECPA)

Dec 22, 2021

On 16th December, the Victory Day of Bangladesh is considered as the most memorable day in the history of Bangladesh that brings many memories to the nation. Moreover, this year, Bangladesh reached 50 years of her independence. To celebrate this special day, Bengali observed the day with due solemnity, and put a festive look on the whole country with extra care. East West University Club for Performing Arts (ECPA) is no different from others.

ECPA had organized an offline cultural program for the first time after 1 year and 7 months to celebrate the 50th Victory Day of Bangladesh with named “50 er Alokbortika” For the pandemic, members of ECPA could not organize programs in person for the audience but this time they had put their full care and love to the program to attract the audience like always. The program started at 10.00 AM and lasted till 1.00 PM with the care of different floors of the club such as recitation, dance, music and drama. Definitely to mention that the program had started with the National Anthem of Bangladesh with due respect, then the program moved to beautiful and emotional recitations, dances, music performances and ended with a short drama. The whole program had shown the emotions of every Bengali, with the performances where audiences remembered the supreme sacrifice of patriotic heroic sons, daughters of the nation who laid down their own lives for the country. The respective moderator of East West University Club for Performing Arts (ECPA), Nikhil Chandra Shil Sir and some of the respective faculty members of the university had also present there. Overall, everyone was satisfied with the performances as usual, wishing for more great works from the club in the future.