Imperial enthronement ceremony in Japan displays rich traditional inheritance
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Dhaka, Nov. 1 -- People of Japan had the rare opportunity of witnessing the galore of imperial legacy making a comeback in public display with all its pomp and glitter. Last week's Imperial enthronement ceremony was not only an event for the new Emperor to make his pledge to work for the happiness of Japanese people, but was also a public display of rich historical legacy that surrounds the imperial family. The 30 minutes celebration of the imperial enthronement was held at the Imperial Palace of the Japanese capital last Tuesday with the presence of around 2,000 guests, including more than 400 dignitaries from around 190 countries. President Mohammad Abdul Hamid represented Bangladesh at the ceremony.
Despite being short in duration, th...
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