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Bapu-Bangabandhu exhibition: Tracing histories of fathers of India, Bangladesh

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Bapu-Bangabandhu exhibition: Tracing histories of fathers of India, Bangladesh

Bapu-Bangabandhu exhibition: Tracing histories of fathers of India, Bangladesh

The Bangabandhu-Bapu Digital Exhibition is part of events marking the 100th birth anniversary of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the father of the nation of Bangladesh, and the 50th anniversary of diplomatic ties between India and Bangladesh.

Their struggle and conviction led to the liberation of their countries and the exhibition tells the story of their resilience and unflinching spirit.

The exhibition is currently on display at the Vigyan Bhavan and will be taken to different locations in Bangladesh and India and the UN before culminating in Kolkata in 2022.


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