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My Culture My Mother (Integration through Culture)

My Culture My Mother (Integration through Culture)
Dimapur, March 27 | Publish Date: 3/27/2019 12:22:22 PM IST

 St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous), Jakhama, hosted a very unique programme on Wednesday in the indoor stadium with a team of Soorya organization. Soorya is one the largest cultural organizations in the world with its chapters in 40 countries. The team includes founder secretary of Soorya- Sooryakrishnamoorthy, dancer (Mohiniyattam), scholar and educator- Dr. Methil Devika and dancer (Kuchipudi)- Kumari Reddy Lakshmi.

Principal of the college Rev. Fr. Dr. Sebastian Ousseparampil, pronounced the welcome and introduction of the guests to the gathering. He started with a quote from Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night’,  “If music be the food of love, play on…” and said Nagaland as ‘Land of Festivals’ welcome the guests of artists in the likewise manner. 

Speaking on “My Culture, My Mother (Integration through Culture), Sooryakrishnamoorthy stated that there are lots of definitions for ‘Culture’ and said that his best definition is, “Culture is concern for others”. He went on giving sizable stories and incidents where it indicated what culture is. He further said that artists are people who are different from people like Doctors, Advocates, Soldiers and the likes. Artists are ones who know what is justice and injustice, right and wrong, good and bad, beauty and ugliness. And how one should identify the artists is how we look at them. They will not be with tools like the former ones. 

The programme was attended by some VVIPS of the state, representatives from department of Art & Culture, Govt. of Nagaland, Rattle & Hum Society, other distinguished guests, members from Abiogenesis Band of Folk fusion Act and the members of the Josephite family. The programme was hosted by, Department of English HoD-James H.K. The programme was initiated by Governor of Nagaland P.B. Acharya.

(NPN)

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