The agricultural festival Ali-A:ye Ligang celebrated by Missing community of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh which is meant symbol of save green, nature and thanks giving to forefather of the societies, said by noted social worker Mongol Yomso in Shillong Ali-A:ye Ligang at Old Guest House, Nehu campus today
Addressing the function as chief guest Social Worker and Youth leader form Arunachal Pradesh Mongol Yomso Ali-aye ligang which was organised by jointly Missing society of Shillong and Missing Student’s union express that the people of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh are brotherhood by colourful culture, keeping harmony even separated by geographically diversion till date.
We all brother and sister by core of mind, core of heart, therefore like Bohag Bihu, Ali aye ligang, mopin festivals make us united and remain our same glorious history of past NEFA. Ali aye ligang the festival of sowing or plantation of Miri (Mising) communities observed at Shillong
Shillong Missing society president Advocate Abhijit Medok, Prof B S Mipun and IB officer Purna Mili, Dipankar Doley with chanting of Donyi-Po:lo (Sun-Moon, Sedi-Melo, Karsing-Kartang, forefathers of Miri clan.
The one day long programme was conclude by performing Gumrag dance, lole nitom, Oi-nitom (love song), solo song, solo dance, group dance by Mising students Union Shillong and other cultural activities.
Mising Sahitya Sabha former Vice President Tuleswar Pegu, n. Adi-Mising Students’ Union president Tushar Ngate Arindom The Assam Lutad editor Prince Panging also address the function.
Representatives of AASU, ABSU, ADISU, Naga, hajong, Deori, Rabha, Kuki, Mizo, Khasi, NEHU student’s and other dignitaries were present the colourful programme.