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By: PTI | Guwahati |
November 25, 2021 2:47:45 pm
Sananta-Tanty Tanty was an eminent Assamese poet. (Source: Sarbananda Sonowal/Twitter)

Sahitya Akademi Award-winning poet Sananta Tanty died on Thursday at a private hospital in New Delhi after a prolonged illness. He was 69.,basketball outfit gta online

Tanty was suffering from james hopper tennis recruiting,cancer and was under treatment for a long time, his close associates said.

basketball uniform used,He is survived by wife and two sons.

the holy war soccer,Tanty received several awards and recognitions, including the Sahitya Akademi in 2016 for ‘Kailoir Dinto Amar Hobo’ (Tomorrow Will Be Ours), a collection of his poems in Assamese.

He started his professional career as an employee of the Assam Tea Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation in online poker pc,Jorhat in 1971 and retired as Deputy Provident Fund Commissioner in 2012.

soccer ball on fortnite,Union Minister of Shipping, Ports and Waterways Sarbananda Sonowal mourned the death of Tanty and said ‘Kailoir Dinto Amar Hobo’ with its unique poems enriched Assamese literature.

“His poems reflected realistic scenes of life and society. He played the role of a conscious citizen through his writings. A bright star has fallen with his demise,” he said in a statement.,volleyball lessons online

Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma offered his condolences and said his contributions will always be remembered by the people of the state.
Assam Congress president Bhupen Kumar Borah too paid his homage to Tanty and said it is an irreparable loss to the Assamese literary world.

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