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Arehintre Thüyo: A place of reflection

Arehintre Thüyo: A place of reflection
By Nagaland Post | Publish Date: 5/31/2020 5:31:36 AM IST

 “Far from the madden crowd,” there is a place call “Arehintre Tüyo” in Kiphire district. It is a place, a "time out" away from home’s bustling works & friends and concentration of one’s own life there. Arehintre Thüyo is a spot to create an atmosphere for the believers to focus exclusively on spiritually, free of the distraction, pressures, and daily interruptions of life. 

A stunning vale “Arehintre Tüyo” was charitably donated by Tutheyu Village to United Sangtam Baptist Lithroti Ashimükhong (USBLA) the apex Sangtam Baptist churches Association for opening of Retreat Centre cum Multi-purpose Project in the year 2014. Located just 2 km from Longmatra Town of Kiphire district one can also give a flying visit while traveling to Kiphire. 

The purpose of a retreat centre is  an addition to daily spiritual activities, is to temporarily leave behind the usual distractions we all face for a time long enough to allow relaxation and for an inner change to occur. 

At  Arehintre you will experience,  watch tower, Fishery bond with rope bridge, Local Naga kitchen etc. Visitor will be delighted to see orchid in different varieties and other flowers too. There is a Worship Hall and separate rooms  for both male and female, family room with regular running water etc. With a climate little warmer than Kiphire town, you will also see local rearing poultry and piggery in a good number.  

While you feel breezy and sparkling Zingki river below the retreat centre, the NH202 (Kohima Road) below has formed the place of incredible one. Regular power with solar lamp and running water connected the place beautifully. 

It may become one of the holiday destinations, with a wide variety of things to see and do, from culture, religion, food, nature, sports and also relaxing activities. Some churches and organization are conducting camps like Seminar and youth camps, sports etc. there.

A governmental department such as Horticulture, NABARD, Power and LRD has already opened their account there by way of constructing various respective project. More departments are likely to chip-in at the retreat soon. 

Tsipise Anthony.

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