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Bendang directs ‘Poong-Ai-Khaai-Tumm’

Dimapur, Dec 6
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Published on 6 Dec. 2017 11:43 PM IST
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“Poong - Ai - Khaai - Tumm” (Story of a man selling a basket) was successfully performed which was applauded and well accepted by the people of Namsai (Arunachal Pradesh) as they experienced the first ever theatrical performance.
The play is a product of 30 days production Oriented Theatre Workshop sponsored by NEZCC in collaboration with Department of Art & Culture, District Administration Namsai District.
Resource person Bendang Walling from Nagaland directed the play, the production was designed by Limanungdang Ao and written by Chow Therinja Mantow
The play has also been selected in the upcoming 12th Bhabendra Nath Saikia Memorial Pathar National Thetare Festival (2017) on the December 23 at Duliajan, Assam.

 
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An evening of worshipping named “worship in the park” was organised by the youth of Merali fellowship under DABA Youth Ministry on October 1 at Dimapur government college central library with the objective of bringing every believers, irrespective of age, gender, churches and sectors to just relax back and openly worship God on a common platform.
The event started with a warm welcome speech by Imjungla Imchen, fellowship Secretary, followed by invocatory prayer by youth evangelist, Achila Imchen. The worship was led by Jongshimanen, youth director of DABA and Merali fellowship praise & worship team. The 2 hours worship event witnessed songs of praises, worship and powerful testimonies by worship members. A one of its kind event, it was well attended by families within Merali fellowship, Sunday school children, friends from nearby churches, hostels, PGs and different fellowships under DABA, all releasing songs of praises and pure worship. It ended with a mass prayer of thanksgiving.
An evening of worshipping named “worship in the park” was organised by the youth of Merali fellowship under DABA Youth Ministry on October 1 at Dimapur government college central library with the objective of bringing every believers, irrespective of age, gender, churches and sectors to just relax back and openly worship God on a common platform. The event started with a warm welcome speech by Imjungla Imchen, fellowship Secretary, followed by invocatory prayer by youth evangelist, Achila Imchen. The worship was led by Jongshimanen, youth director of DABA and Merali fellowship praise & worship team. The 2 hours worship event witnessed songs of praises, worship and powerful testimonies by worship members. A one of its kind event, it was well attended by families within Merali fellowship, Sunday school children, friends from nearby churches, hostels, PGs and different fellowships under DABA, all releasing songs of praises and pure worship. It ended with a mass prayer of thanksgiving.
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