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NE holds special place in country’s rich cultural tapestry — Ganesan

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By EMN Updated: Mar 25, 2024 1:56 pm
NE holds special place in country’s rich cultural tapestry — Ganesan
La Ganesan and other dignitaries during the ‘Young talented artistes’ award ceremony of the NEZCC at Shilpgram, Guwahati, on March 24.

DIMAPUR — Nagaland Governor La. Ganesan has said that the North East region, known for its vibrant culture, diverse traditions and exceptional contributions to the arts, holds a special place in the rich cultural tapestry of the nation.

Addressing the ‘Young talented artistes’ award ceremony of the NEZCC at Shilpgram, Guwahati, on March 24, the governor said that folk dance, music, instruments, and theatre “not only define who we are but also serve as the medium through which we communicate our stories, joys, struggles, and our dreams to the rest of the world,” stated an update from PRO Raj Bhavan.

Taking cognisance of this, the Ministry of Culture aims to nurture and promote these treasures by encouraging the young custodians of cultural heritage, Ganesan said.

He also said that the festival is of great importance for the fact that the biggest strength of the nation lies in its rich cultural heritage.

He further informed that the gathering is to celebrate 24 young talents who have shown exceptional skill in various performing arts.

Commending the talented artistes and their exceptional skills in various performing arts, the governor expressed immense pride not only for the awardees and their families but also for the entire North East region.

He encouraged the awardees to recognise their responsibility in preserving and promoting cultural heritage as they embark on their journey.

“As we move forward, let us pledge to continue supporting our artistes, to provide them with platforms to showcase their talent, and to acknowledge their contributions in safeguarding and promoting our cultural traditions. Our aim should not only be to celebrate the past and present but to ensure a vibrant future for our arts and artistes,” Ganesan added.

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By EMN Updated: Mar 25, 2024 1:56:55 pm
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