Aussie NSUers in Boishakhi Mela

Aussie NSUers in Boishakhi Mela

Mahfuzur Rahman Rana: AussieNSUers Associations is the official representative body of ex NSU students and faculties to represent North South University across Australia. In addition to providing a common platform for its members, the organization works relentlessly towards nurturing and promoting the rich, vibrant and diverse culture of Bangladesh. They had an illustrious presence in this Boishakhi Mela 1423!

To expose the new generation of Bangladeshi diaspora exploring their heritage, OzNSUers staged four power packed performances in ANZ Stadium on the auspicious moment of celebrating Bangla New Year 1423! The celebration reached an unprecedented height with a huge congregation of ex-NSUers gathered to cheer OzNSUer’s presentation. Their performance started with an impressive dramatization of Rabindranath Tagore’s poem “Birpurush” with live recitation. The recitation and choreography of the drama was done by Umme Keka. The participants were Toma Afreen, Adyaan, Saaiq, Proteet, Promeet, Apshara, Ishfar and Tanisha. It was directed by Mahfuzur Rahman.

Then there was Sanjana Sharmeen’s brilliant solo dance performance with a folk song. In a Bangladeshi indigenous outfit, Sanjana’s dance created a tribal Bangladeshi vibe on the stage.

The first phase of OzNSUer’s onstage presentation ended with a dazzling kids fashion show directed and choreographed by Ridfa Rahman and Mohsina Parveen. The fashion show depicted a tale of Bangladesh’s glorious achievements through theme songs like “Pitch dhala ei poth”,“ Tir hara ei dheuyer”, “Amar Vayer rokte Rangano”, “Char Chokka” and “Melay jaire”. Along with the participants from the drama “Birpurush”, there were Rumaysa, Raeesah, Raeva, Jemima, Auria, Sanika, Aroosh, Dhrubo, Joel and Ashzaad in the fashion show. The whole ceremony was hosted by Samanta Islam, an executive board member of Aussie NSUers. Her spontaneous hosting coupled with Nimbin’s splendid performance gave a remarkable treat to the audience. Nimbin if formed by Ex-NSUers and the band members are Imtiaz, Nowroz, Aashfaq, Sadi and Armaan.

Had it not been for OzNSUers “Boishakhi Cha” stall, their participation would not be complete in spite of having a grand presence in the entertainment side of the festival. In Bengali culture tea has been an integral part of our middle class intelligentsia. Keeping that in mind OzNSUers had the Boishakhi Tea Stall to cater the indispensable fuel of Bengali Adda!
Boishakhi Mela, organized by the Bangabandhu Council is by far the biggest congregation of Bengalis in Australia. To accommodate and ensure the convenience of such huge crowd and promote Bangladeshi culture Mela Committee undertook some significant changes. The effort of promoting an Alumni association like Aussie NSUer by giving them such a huge break based on their merit has been widely admired by everyone. Therefore both Aussie NSUers and Bangabandhu Council deserves equal appreciation for putting up such an exquisite show.

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