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JAGIROAD, Jan 30 � The North East India Tiwa Cultural Festival got under way on Thursday morning at Sograsal, the venue of the festival, situated at the Sonaikuchi Hill near Jagiroad in Morigaon district amid a festive atmosphere.

Sangeet Akademi Award winner Jatin Goswami inaugurated the main gate of the venue in the presence of 1,000 artistes participating from Karbi Anglong, Nagaon, Morigaon, Kamrup and some from outside the State like Meghalaya.

In his inaugural speech, Goswami appealed to the organisers to display the resources of Tiwa culture at various cultural stages of India.

Tulsi Bordoloi, president of the celebration committee, hoisted the festival flag, while Narayan Kumar Rodokakati, former CEM, TAC, offered smriti tarpan.

Murulidhar Das, researcher of Tiwa folk culture, inaugurated an exhibition and the Tiwa food fair.

Manoj Agasti, Deputy Editor, Asomiya Pratidin, inaugurated a folk festival of the Tiwas named Wanchua-Miswa in the presence of a large gathering.

Popular film actress Chetana Das inaugurated a cultural programme in the evening.

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NE Tiwa Cultural Festival begins

JAGIROAD, Jan 30 � The North East India Tiwa Cultural Festival got under way on Thursday morning at Sograsal, the venue of the festival, situated at the Sonaikuchi Hill near Jagiroad in Morigaon district amid a festive atmosphere.

Sangeet Akademi Award winner Jatin Goswami inaugurated the main gate of the venue in the presence of 1,000 artistes participating from Karbi Anglong, Nagaon, Morigaon, Kamrup and some from outside the State like Meghalaya.

In his inaugural speech, Goswami appealed to the organisers to display the resources of Tiwa culture at various cultural stages of India.

Tulsi Bordoloi, president of the celebration committee, hoisted the festival flag, while Narayan Kumar Rodokakati, former CEM, TAC, offered smriti tarpan.

Murulidhar Das, researcher of Tiwa folk culture, inaugurated an exhibition and the Tiwa food fair.

Manoj Agasti, Deputy Editor, Asomiya Pratidin, inaugurated a folk festival of the Tiwas named Wanchua-Miswa in the presence of a large gathering.

Popular film actress Chetana Das inaugurated a cultural programme in the evening.