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Sonowal Kachari cultural fest at Hatighuli

By Correspondent

TINSUKIA, March 21 � Under the joint aegis of Sonowal Kachari Autonomous Council and other organisations, the three-day Sonowal Kachari Cultural Festival got under way at the Hatighuli Sonowal Kachari Eco Tourism complex on Friday.

The cultural competitions started after religious rites were performed by the priests of the Sonowal Kacharis and the traditional ethnic village trade-cum-exhibitions were inaugurated by Dr KK Dwivedi, Deputy Commissioner of Tinsukia. The food festival organised on the occasion was inaugurated by Diganta Bora, Superintendent of Police, Tinsukia.

Dr Dwivedi in his inaugural speech stated that these types of festivals provides a good platform for the different communities to showcase their traditional cultures as well as habits and to interact amongst themselves.

He further said that Tinsukia is very rich district in ethnic culture and traditions and these should be preserved for the future generations. The culture festival was participated in by different communities like Singphow, Tangsa, Sema, Deori, Moran, Gorkha, Misings etc. The festival will continue till March 21 with various programmes.

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Sonowal Kachari cultural fest at Hatighuli

TINSUKIA, March 21 � Under the joint aegis of Sonowal Kachari Autonomous Council and other organisations, the three-day Sonowal Kachari Cultural Festival got under way at the Hatighuli Sonowal Kachari Eco Tourism complex on Friday.

The cultural competitions started after religious rites were performed by the priests of the Sonowal Kacharis and the traditional ethnic village trade-cum-exhibitions were inaugurated by Dr KK Dwivedi, Deputy Commissioner of Tinsukia. The food festival organised on the occasion was inaugurated by Diganta Bora, Superintendent of Police, Tinsukia.

Dr Dwivedi in his inaugural speech stated that these types of festivals provides a good platform for the different communities to showcase their traditional cultures as well as habits and to interact amongst themselves.

He further said that Tinsukia is very rich district in ethnic culture and traditions and these should be preserved for the future generations. The culture festival was participated in by different communities like Singphow, Tangsa, Sema, Deori, Moran, Gorkha, Misings etc. The festival will continue till March 21 with various programmes.