Downpour and desolate climate couldn’t hose the quality of merriment and magnificence that fenced the capital’s International Convention City Bashundhara yesterday for the honor service of Standard Chartered-The Daily Star Celebrating Life’s twelfth version.
The current year’s topic was “People Heritage of Bangladesh”, which brings out a unique intrigue as far as verses, ways of thinking and heart-contacting song in Bengali culture.
Shaikh Mohiruddin, Sohel Chowdhury and Liman Barua were the champs of the main, second and third prizes for photography. Victors for verses were Tapan Bagchi, Rana Masud and Mohsin Ahmed. For film, Suborna Senjutee Tushee won the honor.
The occasion, facilitated by Nobonita Chowdhury, started with a staggering move execution by Warda Rihab’s gathering.
As the program advanced, Editor and Publisher of The Daily Star Mahfuz Anam conveyed his invite discourse, after which a narrative on the three life-time achievers was played.
The three awardees were then approached to the phase to acknowledge the distinctions.
Getting the honor, Syed Abdul Hadi expressed gratitude toward everybody and said he felt regarded.
“Understanding the festival of life has brought individuals from the stone age to current age. We never realize how far it may take us later on,” he said.
Sarah Kabori commended the narrative creators for their “staggering work on the honor victors”.
Talking as the main visitor, MP Asaduzzaman Noor commended The Daily Star for advancing and remunerating youthful gifts from the nation over.
“We give significance on content based instruction, instead of the inventive and social training. It’s not the correct way,” he said.
“Our kids have inventiveness in them, it’s our obligation to control them to grow up as better individuals with social and mainstream mind.”
Naser Ezaz Bijoy, CEO of the Standard Chartered, Bangladesh, stated, “Taking Celebrating Life to the national level was our principle point… We have constantly attempted to discover a path for the youthful abilities to investigate their very own possibilities.”
Prior in his invite address, The Daily Star Editor Mahfuz Anam referenced that the organization itself felt advantaged to have the option to respect the awardees.
He stated, “In the event that we don’t have a clue how to commend life, at that point there is no point of living. Life will have difficulties, deterrents, be that as it may, life implies amicability, excellence, innovativeness and harmony, simultaneously.
“No country is really finished without the act of human sciences and inventiveness.”
Productive artists Syed Abdul Hadi, Dilruba Khan, Indra Mohan Rajbongshi, Chandana Mazumdar, Fahmida Nabi, Shukonna Mazumder Ghosh, Ismat Ara Eva and Mohammed Shoeb played out the honor winning tunes of the challenge.
Italian Ambassador to Bangladesh Mario Palma and Nepal Ambassador Banshidhar Mishra were available at the occasion.
Observing Life started its voyage as a national-level challenge in 2008. Many set up movie producers, performers and picture takers of today had their first acknowledgment in this remarkable challenge that energizes hopeful abilities who have the potential. The challenge presents another topic consistently, on which the contenders must base their work as needs be. A year ago’s topic was “Engineering of Bangladesh”.