‘Arunachal’s intrinsic cultural variety needs to be maintained’: CM Khandu attends ‘Indigenous Religion Day’ celebrations

Papum Pare (Arunachal Pradesh) [India], December 2 (ANI): Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu participated within the Indigenous Religion Day celebrations and stated that indigenous cultural variety is the soul of the state and that it must be maintained and preserved for posterity.

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The Chief Minister participated within the celebrations held at Nirjuli city within the Papum Pare district of Arunachal Pradesh on Friday.

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Talking on the occasion, Chief Minister Khandu stated that the intrinsic cultural variety of the tribes right here is the ‘soul’ of the state and needs to be maintained and preserved for posterity.

In his tackle, Khandu admitted that it is an enormous problem to take a state like Arunachal Pradesh, with as many as 26 main tribes and greater than 100 sub-tribes, on a developmental path fulfilling the aspirations of each tribe.

“On today, I want to lengthen my greetings to all of the tribes and tribals of the state. Arunachal Pradesh is a tribal society and we have now moved forward with our hundreds of years outdated traditions and indigenous practices. We must always additional strengthen our tradition by telling our youthful era about it,” CM Khandu stated whereas chatting with reporters.

Taking to his social media X, the Arunachal Pradesh CM posted, “Indigenous religion is integral to the preservation of our indigenous id and tradition. We are going to by no means let our indigenous beliefs and religion methods vanish into skinny air. All institutional assist can be supplied to protect our conventional reference to nature, our land and our ancestors.”

“As we speak on the Indigenous Religion Day celebration at Nirjuli, we collectively resolved to make our indigenous beliefs, rituals, religion and traditions a part of our day by day lives,” posted Khandu on Friday.

Indigenous Religion Day is widely known in Arunachal Pradesh on December 1 yearly. The day is widely known to advertise and defend all indigenous faiths within the state. It additionally serves as a reminder to take pleasure within the state’s cultural heritage and go it on to the youthful era.

The Indigenous Religion and Cultural Society of Arunachal Pradesh (IFCSAP) observes the day at Rono Hill, Doimuk.

The day was beforehand celebrated on December 31, however the date was modified to commemorate the delivery anniversary of Talon Rukbo, the daddy of the Indigenous Religion Motion.

Indigenous religion and faith consult with the normal customs, beliefs, and practices of particular ethnic teams. (ANI)

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