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Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsav concludes in Tawang

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ITANAGAR, March 25 - The three-day Tawang (Arunachal Pradesh) leg of Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsav, organised at Parade Gound in Tawang, came to an end today with Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju attending the closing function as the chief guest.

Addressing the gathering at the mega cultural extravaganza, MoS Rijiju, who is an MP from Arunachal West Lok Sabha seat, said that development is needed but not at the cost of losing one�s culture and a perfect harmony of both is to be reached at.

�We are fortunate enough to still have our (cultural) identity alive. Factors that affect the loss of culture and identity are to be pondered upon and we should strive towards instilling the same in our children,� he said.

The main objective of the festival was to preserve, promote and popularise the heritage, diversity and unity of Indian culture and reconnect the new generation.

State�s Art & Culture Minister Dr Mohesh Chai reiterated that the essential thrust of the festival was to bind the entire country in a single thread and to promote cultural inter-linkages amongst the people of North East. The nine-day festival will extend to other seven NE States before closing at Khowai (Tripura) on March 31 next.

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Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsav concludes in Tawang

ITANAGAR, March 25 - The three-day Tawang (Arunachal Pradesh) leg of Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsav, organised at Parade Gound in Tawang, came to an end today with Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju attending the closing function as the chief guest.

Addressing the gathering at the mega cultural extravaganza, MoS Rijiju, who is an MP from Arunachal West Lok Sabha seat, said that development is needed but not at the cost of losing one�s culture and a perfect harmony of both is to be reached at.

�We are fortunate enough to still have our (cultural) identity alive. Factors that affect the loss of culture and identity are to be pondered upon and we should strive towards instilling the same in our children,� he said.

The main objective of the festival was to preserve, promote and popularise the heritage, diversity and unity of Indian culture and reconnect the new generation.

State�s Art & Culture Minister Dr Mohesh Chai reiterated that the essential thrust of the festival was to bind the entire country in a single thread and to promote cultural inter-linkages amongst the people of North East. The nine-day festival will extend to other seven NE States before closing at Khowai (Tripura) on March 31 next.