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NCC cadets from NER showcase rich cultural heritage

By Menuse-O Max Khieya Updated: Jan 19, 2024 9:25 pm
NCC cadets from North Eastern Region performing during an event in New Delhi on Thursday evening.

KOHIMA — NCC cadets from North Eastern Region (NER), who are currently undergoing the Republic Day camp in New Delhi demonstrated the rich and diverse cultural heritage of the region during an event held on Thursday evening.

The cadets showcased traditional dances, music and art forms displaying the cultural tapestry unique to the northeast region. The cadets also exhibited their talents by fostering a sense of pride and unity among themselves.

The cultural exchange event not only allowed them to celebrate their roots but also offered a platform for intercultural dialogue, promoting understanding and appreciation among cadets from different parts of the country.

The performances were not just a visual treat but also served as a means of cultural diplomacy allowing the cadets to share the essence of northeastern traditions with a wider audience.

It was informed that the cadets not only displayed their artistic skills but also strengthened the bonds of camaraderie, embodying the spirit of unity in diversity that the NCC stands for.

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By Menuse-O Max Khieya Updated: Jan 19, 2024 9:25:52 pm
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