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Ngada Mini Hornbill festival concludes

Ngada Mini Hornbill festival concludes
R. Khing delivering Ngada greetings on November 28. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 11/28/2019 11:34:37 AM IST

The second day of the two-day, Ngada Mini Hornbill of the Rengma community witnessed folk songs and dances by Phensuny and Tseminyu villages, Tsogin Cultural Troupe, Kithagha group and Kandi Group Tseminyu New Town.

The celebration was held at RSA ground Tseminyu Old Town from November 27 and 28. 

According to DIPR, advisor, Veterinary and Animal Husbandry and Women Resources Development, R. Khing extended Ngada greetings and narrated how the forefathers of Rengma had conducted all the 54 festivals beginning from jungle cutting for their yearlong farming cultivation. He reminded the Rengma brothers and sisters to understand its meaning even though they have become Christians.

President Angami Public Organisation, Dr. Kepelhusie Terhuja as Ngada guest conveyed Ngada greeting to Rengma people from all the units of Tenyimia. 

He said that Rengmas were small in population but the land occupied by Rengma was big. In this connection, he called upon the Rengma community to continue to maintain good relationships with the neighboring tribes.

Chairman, organising committee of the festival celebration, ADC Tseminyu, Nokchasashi Kichu delivered the vote of thanks. 

Yhunchulo Khing chaired the celebration programme while Benjamin Lorin delivered the welcome address. Invocation and closing prayers were  offered by Haiwala Apon, executive secretary CRBC and Athinglo Khing, pastor Tseminyu Town Baptist Church.

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