For Guinness World Records: Paperman exhibited 4414 newspapers of 106 countries- 011219

Bhubaneswar- For Guinness World Records Paperman Shashanka Sekhar Dash has exhibited 4414 different titles newspaper of 88 languages from 106 countries at here. The exhibition inaugurated by Bhubaneswar central MLA Hon’ble Ananta Jena in presence of Khadi board President Sangram Paikaray, President Kinnar Mahasangha Meera Parida, chief finance officer OUAT Sangram Samantaray, Social worker Rudra Samantaray.  All visited the exhibition and share their gratitude to the newspaper collector. They said to propose the government for a newspaper museum in Odisha for the preservation and collection.

Chief Guest visits the stall after inauguration

Mahanagar Times organised the event with a conclave. Many journalists, journalism students and other dignitaries visited the event. During the conclave organiser awarded to Shashanka with other dignitaries. Paperman India and International Gandhi Peace Ambassador Shashanka Sekhar Dash earlier awarded by Limca Book of Records for 4 times in collection of newspapers. He hope soon his name will in Guinness World Records.

Paperman India and his son with other collectors friends

Shashanka established a small newspaper museum and research centre in his village Arangabad of Bari block of Jajpur district after his retired school head master father Shri Dolagobinda Dash. His Dolagobinda Newspaper museum and research centre now a day’s reference centre of some people.

Paperman India Shashanka felicitated by hon’ble guests

His brother Himanshu Dash, wife Radharani Dash and son Saibrata Anshuman Dash, Mahangar group head Ramachandra Behera, Benudhar Sahu, Odisha Sangrahaka Mahasangha members Bimal Sarangi, Mahendranath Nanda, Taranisen Patnaik, Bibhuti Bhusan Patnaik, Khistish Behari Swain, Basanta Behura, Arabinda Ray, Ramakanta Behera and many more dignitaries was present the event.    

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