ENPO lauds KU’s Guinness Record

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 4/12/2019 12:11:56 PM IST

The Eastern Nagaland Peoples’ Organization (ENPO), on behalf of the people of Eastern Nagaland, has congratulated the Konyak Union  (KU) for succeeding in their attempt to set a record for the “largest Konyak traditional dance.”

ENPO Media Cell, in a congratulatory note lauded the new Guinness World Record where 4687 Konyak women clad in traditional attire performed a dance on the last day of the Aoleng Mini Hornbill Festival in Mon town on April 5. 

According to the ENPO, the successful record breaking attempt of the ‘largest traditional dance’ by the tribe yet again recounts the tale of their rich culture and tradition that captivated the minds of historians and named the tribe the last of the head hunters. It added that through this record, the tribe is delegated as the pioneer of today. “The ENPO takes pride on the success of the Konyaks for adding new quills of achievement to the crown of eastern people” it stated.



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