Representation of Raigad's Gabriel Voya at the Assam-based corps preparation meeting
The meeting of the Assam Glory Society was attended by Gabriel Voya, a preacher of the Raigarh Shabar Samaj and a teacher of the language script. The preparatory meeting for the founding day of the Shabar Samaj Assam will be held on April 15, next month. The meeting was attended by 100 leaders from Assam, Assam and Pamas hills in different parts of Assam. The British East India Company has been employing workers in the area since 1918 to work in tea gardens in the Dibrugarh, Tinsikia, Sitsaram, Charaideo and Bishwanath Charoli areas of Assam. Since then, the families of the Shabar Samaj have been living there, forgetting their language, culture, traditions, festivals and relatives, all living like strangers.Inspired by the late corpse of the late Pandit Mangai Gamang of Odisha, the current corpse of Pandit Gabriel Shabar is in the process of being resurrected. An Assam-based organization was formed on April 15, 1933, and Dibrugarh's first corpse was appointed as the Shabar Samaj editor of the province. Since then, about 50,000 families in the province have been helped to address all the problems of the state, said Shabar leader Voya, Vidya Shabar, chief.Efforts are being made to develop a young society by reviving its language and traditions. The society, founded by a British company, lost its identity and lived like a gambler, collecting news from its predecessors, the late Shri Pandit traveled to Assam several times and tried to identify his family and friends with many hardships. Voya continues the effort.