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‘Culture shouldn’t end with wearing traditional attire’

By EMN Updated: Sep 24, 2014 1:11 am

Sazolie College organizes its 5th Annual Cultural Day

Dimapur, September 23

Sazolie College, Jotsoma held its 5th Annual Cultural Day on September 20. Theyiesienuo Keditsu, a former teacher of the college, and currently an Assistant Professor at Kohima College, Kohima, graced the occasion as the resource person. Keditsu spoke on culture and commended the teachers and students for organizing such an important programme. She said that the appreciation of our culture should not simply end with wearing our traditional attire and celebrating the past, but that we should inculcate the good traditional values in our lives. She also encouraged the students to spend time and interact with their elders as they can learn so many good things.
Folk songs, traditional dances and dramas based on folklore were presented by the students from different communities. The various cultural presentations were judged by the teachers and the Aos, the Lothas and the Chakhesangs won the first, second and third prize respectively. Display of traditional attire and modern attire based on traditional motifs by the students was another highlight of the programme. The programme was followed by a feast featuring a variety of local cuisines prepared by the students.

By EMN Updated: Sep 24, 2014 1:11:58 am