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Book titled ‘Pfutsau Nanyü and Kelhou Dze’ released

By EMN Updated: Apr 15, 2024 9:30 pm
Pfutsau Nanyü and Kelhou Dze
D Kuolie releasing the book in the presence of the authors in Kohima on Monday.

DIMAPUR — A book titled ‘Pfutsau Nanyü and Kelhou Dze (Forefathers’ Religion and History)’ in Tenyidie, co-authored by Meguo-o Mechülho, Medoselhou Keretsü, and Dr. Shürhozelie Liezietsu, was released on Monday at Hotel de Oriental Grand, Kohima.

According to a press release, while releasing the book, D Kuolie, Secretary General of the Ura Academy, stated that the book will not only serve as a foundation for academicians and research scholars but will also be a treasure for future generations.

He stated that in today’s academic world, there is an effort to document every aspect of ancient life objectively to draw knowledge resources for humanity and he maintained that the book is worthy of study as it has documented their forefathers’ actual lives, allowing people to encounter its uniqueness as well as its complexities.

He emphasised that the book serves as an authentic reference for primary data for research scholars in the fields of humanities, social sciences, and languages.

He lamented that people have nearly lost every aspect of their cultural life. Despite ongoing struggles for political freedom and claims of not identifying as Indians due to reasons such as racial, cultural, religious, economic, and social differences, they have become disconnected from their roots. Consequently, the present generation has lost touch with the knowledge of their ancestral lives.

Dr. Shürhozelie Liezietsu, in his speech, maintained that the book is not written for the generation to follow and replicate how their forefathers lived, but rather to preserve the essence of their way of life. He stressed the importance of knowing one’s history well.

He further added that the book is expected to greatly assist their generation in understanding the detailed lifestyles of their forefathers.

In his speech, Meguo-o Mechülho stated that their forefathers practiced many good things, and the book is expected to communicate all of these good things to the current generation.

Medoselhou Keretsü highlighted the impending extinction of their forefathers’ practices and lifestyles, underscoring the necessity of writing the book to preserve this historical heritage for future generations.

By EMN Updated: Apr 15, 2024 9:30:49 pm
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