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Diamond Jubilee Celebration 2018-19

Dear Sir/Madam,

On completion of its glorious Sixty Years of eventful existence, Karolbagh Bangiya Samsad will be celebrating the Diamond Jubilee during 2018-19. The Inauguration celebrations will be held on 28th December 2018 to coincide with the Foundation Day of the Samsad. There will be year-long festivities which will demonstrate the youthful energy and teamwork of a high order. The closing function will be held on 28th December 2019. The celebrations will demonstrate that the Karolbagh Bangiya Samsad is one of the cultural connoisseurs of the Capital and it will remain alive and continue to be a flag-bearer in the cultural field for years to come.

Karol Bagh Bangiya Samsad

was established on 28th December 1958 at 14-A/6, Western Extension Area, New Delhi. It was registered under the Societies Act of 1861 on 7th November 1959. The Samsad had a humble beginning at the initiative of a group of young men who came from West Bengal on government job and with the patronage of some of the local residents. The success of the Saraswati Puja celebration was a milestone and instrumental in the formative days of the Samsad.
 
Western Extension Area of Karolbagh in the post-independence period had a large number of Bengali residents. Many of them were in the government or private service and a good number of people retired from government service and built their own houses in WEA.

Diamond Jubilee Celebration

On completion of its glorious Sixty Years of eventful existence, Karolbagh Bangiya Samsad will be celebrating the Diamond Jubilee during 2018-19. The Inauguration celebrations will be held on 28th December 2018....

History

The Karolbagh Bangiya Samsad was established on 28th December 1958 at 14-A/6, Western Extension Area, New Delhi. It was registered under the Societies Act of 1861 on 7th November 1959...

Activities

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