Architects Tai Bapu was felicitated for his design of Heritage pillar constructed at the Rono ground to mark the 50 years of Nyokum celebration.
The biggest festival of Nyishi community “Nyokum Yullo’ celebrated with traditional fervour and gaiety all over the state and other parts of country where the community reside even if there is a tension prevailing due to large scale violence in the capital complex on PRC issue.
Addressing the 50th year of Nyokum Yullo festival celebration at Rono ground in Doimukh, Rajiv Gandhi University Vice Chancellor Shaket Kuswaha said that our culture and tradition is our identity which need to be preserved and protected.
While paying condolence to the soldiers who died in the terror attack in Kashmir and youths died in capital complex Shaket said that it should not have been happened but we need to stay in peace and maintain communal harmony and urge upon all to maintain good relationship with all fellow brother and sisters after all we all are son and daughter of a same god.
Doimukh Nyokum festival celebration committee Chairman R T Tara in his address said that we have been celebrating the festival but lots of new thing have to be done.
Professor Tana Sowren presented the mythology and philosophy of Nyokum festival. DNYCC Secretary Tana Tachu Tara, AGS Towa Son also address the gathering. Several cultural extravaganza mesmerised the audience with huge applause.
Department of Indigenous Affairs Chairman Nabam Atum, Director School Education Gania Leiji, Director accounts ad Treasuries Techi Tedi, public leader Tan Tahin, Yowa Topu, Licha Sera, Chukhu Bablu, Debia Muj,
A audio CD album, a remix of old melodies produced by Jeegam Production was also released while Architects Tai Bapu was felicitated for his design of Heritage pillar constructed at the Rono ground to mark the 50 years of Nyokum celebration.
Reports of Nyokum festival celebration also received from Nyokum Lapang, Itanagar, Sagalee, Mengio and Yazali.