Tagore’s Krishi Bank institution dossiers discovered in Naogaon


The dossier is old and rare and needs further research
to be deciphered (top); Matiur Rahman Mamun (L) has
been collecting Tagore memorabilia since 2003

Unusual consideration claims of Krishi Bank institution in Patisar and zamindari declaration of records of Shilaidaha Property supervised by Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore have been lately retrieved from Bilkrishnapur town, under Raninagar Upazila of Naongoan district.

Tagore fanatic Matiur Rahman Mamun, of Patisar under Atrai Upazila of the district, retrieved the records from the ownership of an excellent instructor, Abdul Hamid, a few days ago.

The 95 year-old-water list journal was managed by Ahmed Ali Shah, a worker of Shilaidaha Property in Kushtia section, to put together records of the estate along with the Tagore relevant claims of Krishi Bank institution. Tagore established the Krishi Bank institution at Patisar with his Nobel Award cash for the growth of farming through condition of the art accessories, like energy tillers for example, in the place.

Matiur Rahman Mamun has been gathering Tagore collectibles since 2003 on his own effort and with his own resources. He passed over a unique mail published by Tagore on Feb 14 to the Division of The archaeology of gortyn through regional politician Israfil Alam.

Naheed Sultana, handler, Rabindra Funeral service Art gallery at Shahzadpur Upazila in Sirajgonj section, confirmed that the declaration is old and rare and the water list papers needs further analysis to be deciphered. It reveals a boy with a bow and pointer installed on a lion.

According to the papers, the dealings had been managed for at least 25 decades as per Arabic schedule from the season 1320 to 1345. The journal was published and confirmed by Raboti Kanto Bhowmik.

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