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Indigenous Youth Fest begins at Tezu

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ITANAGAR, Nov 4 - Arunachal Governor V Shanmuganathan while attending the inaugural function of the 5th Indigenous Youth Festival at Tezu in Lohit district today called upon the youth to make Arunachal Pradesh �a paradise on earth.�

The Governor said that the youth must change their mindset and be open to new ideas. He also said that the youth must prepare themselves to shoulder their responsibilities effectively, while reminding them that they have an important role to play in addressing social issues, including protecting the environment, preserving the �good� age-old traditions, eliminating social �evil� practices and contribute to socio-economic development.

Felicitating the festival organiser, Indigenous Faith and Cultural Society of Arunachal Pradesh, for working tirelessly in preserving and promoting the cultural identity and the traditional art of indigenous tribes since its inception in 1999, the Governor wished that the NGO carry on with its work and further strengthen the indigenous faiths and beliefs of the State.

Speaking on the occasion, Union Minister for Tribal Affairs Jual Oram said that the indigenous people must be proud of the tradition based on community living.

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Indigenous Youth Fest begins at Tezu

ITANAGAR, Nov 4 - Arunachal Governor V Shanmuganathan while attending the inaugural function of the 5th Indigenous Youth Festival at Tezu in Lohit district today called upon the youth to make Arunachal Pradesh �a paradise on earth.�

The Governor said that the youth must change their mindset and be open to new ideas. He also said that the youth must prepare themselves to shoulder their responsibilities effectively, while reminding them that they have an important role to play in addressing social issues, including protecting the environment, preserving the �good� age-old traditions, eliminating social �evil� practices and contribute to socio-economic development.

Felicitating the festival organiser, Indigenous Faith and Cultural Society of Arunachal Pradesh, for working tirelessly in preserving and promoting the cultural identity and the traditional art of indigenous tribes since its inception in 1999, the Governor wished that the NGO carry on with its work and further strengthen the indigenous faiths and beliefs of the State.

Speaking on the occasion, Union Minister for Tribal Affairs Jual Oram said that the indigenous people must be proud of the tradition based on community living.