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Guwahati: After remaining closed for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ‘Bhramyaman’ – a theatre, also known as ‘The Roving Theater Of Assam’ – reopened once again in Nagaon on Tuesday.

Theater has been an important part of the state’s cultural heritage, which involves people’s participation through the “performing arts”.

“During the sudden closure of all performances for about two years, we had to go through a huge crisis,” said popular ‘Bhramyaman’ star Mridul Bhuyan.

He also thanked the government of Assam for its approval to perform theater as the pandemic slowed down.

“There are many untold stories of survival during the coronavirus pandemic that have taught us a different lesson. We theater artists have never thought about savings because with the flow of traveling/mobile theater we just continue our journey of life,” he added.

“The Itihas Theater is the first among them to put on the first show to bring the traditional flavor to Guwahati. And the audience response is gradually increasing to come and see the performances of the artists. They have a show on April 3, 4 and 5 in Nagaon City,” said Dhananjit Talukdar, a theater artist.

The theatergoers as well as the artists hope for continued support and encouragement from the government in the form of better opportunities for these artists.

(Entry of the ANI)

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