The three day cultural extravaganza Organised by NEZCC ended in a colourful note at Hija today.
The three day cultural extravaganza Organised by North East Zone Cultural Centre (NEZCC) in collaboration with the District Administration, Lower Subansiri ended in a colourful note at Hija today.
During the three day event, the Cultural troupes from Meghalaya, Manipur, Gujarat, Assam and Himachal Pradesh enthralled the audience with their performances at Boasimla, Yachuli and Ziro.
NEZCC , with its headquarter at Dimapur is one of the 7 zonal Cultural Centers under the Ministry of Culture, Govt. Of India. These centres aim to preserve, innovate and promote the rich cultural diversity and uniqueness of various folk and tribal arts by providing a common platform to artists for meaningful interaction and to promote the cultural integration amongst the zones.
Attending the valedictory function at Govt Higher Secondary school Hija playground, Deputy Commissioner Chukhu Takar extended gratitude to the cultural troupes from across the country for providing the opportunity to the natives of Lower Subansiri to witness various folk dance forms live.
“Such cultural exchange programs will promote brotherhood amongst all the Indians. For the people of North East and Arunachal Pradesh in particular this is an opportunity to showcase our rich cultural and traditions and hospitality to our artists, ” he added.
He further exhorted the youths to be forerunners in preserving the cultural and traditions.
Deputy Director, NEZCC M. Senti highlighted the activities under NEZCC.
The highlights of the cultural program were Garba by Team Gujarat ,Mouri Nati dance form from Himachal Pradesh, Kitlam from Manipur.
The valedictory function was attended by officers, Goan Buras and public.