November 30, 2020, 7:30 pm
Mahmudul Hasan, Pirganj (Rangpur): The evolution of civilization is losing the traditional ha-dudu game of rural Bengal due to the violence of modernity. But with the touch of modern civilization and the evolution of time, the names of these sports are becoming increasingly obscure from the pages of time. The traditional ha-dudu game of the lost village of Bengal organized a huge ha-dudu game at the Tatarpur Government Primary School ground in Bara Alampur Union, Pirganj Upazila, Rangpur under the initiative of “Tatarpur Tarun Yub Sangha” to bring back the past tradition.
Keshabpur Nayantara Sporting Club Mithapukur (Rangpur) vs. Bara Alampur Pirganj (Rangpur) A festive atmosphere is created around this national game which is on the verge of extinction. People of all ages, from men to women, children, teenagers and old people collectively enjoy this traditional game. In this regard, the organizing committees said that at one time the boys and girls of this country knew the game of Hadudu as the main game.
But who has lost this lost tradition, cricket, TV, mobile and various computer games. In order to preserve our original sports culture, it is necessary to form a rural sports federation in the village. In this way the next generation will be able to know about these games. The organizing committee of the game further said that this traditional game will be organized every year to keep it alive.
The guests thanked the organizers of the oldest game lost in the evolution of time and said that this traditional game needs to be organized to keep the national game alive and keep the youth drug free and interested in the game as well as to increase friendship with the villagers.
Organizing such a game will create talented players, and the speakers think that one day all these players will play at the national level. Rangpur Zilla Parishad member Reazul Islam Rony, Kamruzzaman Master, Asian Television and CBC Bangla’s Pirganj correspondent Mahmudul Hasan, Majnu Mia and many others were present as the chief guests at the ha-dudu game presided over by AH Jalil Miah.