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Tribal youth cultural exchange prog

TUENSANG | Publish Date: 7/13/2019 11:12:27 AM IST

Tribal youth cultural exchange programme organised by Department of Art & Culture and Planning and coordinated by government of Nagaland was held at town hall Tuensang on Saturday, with EAC Tuensang, Ruokuosetuo Tetso as special guest.

Speaking on the occasion, Tetso expressed that living in transitional period where modern technology is overshadowing one’s rich culture and traditions, he added that one must preserve culture and tradition with changing era. 

He also said that, organizing such event was a fine example and step towards preserving the rich culture and tradition, wherein developmental activities which are very important in this world should not be at the cost of culture and tradition. He said that legacies should have a positive impact on development.   

He further pointed out that, globalization has a major impact and making a paradigm shift in global cultural structure yet preserving “ours” will give the identity which can be recognised in the world.

Nungsanglemba Chang and Dr. Benjung Lam president KUT also delivered short speeches.  Both the speakers were of the view that youngsters who had a passion in learning cultural and traditional values were complete in themselves. Deep root in cultural and traditional values were of the important components to be a good citizen, Chang added.

Dr. Lam was also of the view that culture and tradition was very important foundation of life and it was time to trace back the values before it get distorted with the modern influences. 

During the programme, Chang Cultural Troupe, Khiamniungan Cultural Troupe, Sangtam Cultural Troupe and Yimchunger Cultural Troupe presented cultural items.

Pilonglila Sangtam also presented a special number, Rulong Sangtam DCO Tuensang welcomed the gathering while Akam P, assistant research officer Tuensang delivered vote of thanks.

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