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Sumi Nagas celebrate Tuluni festival

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DIMAPUR, July 9 - Thousands of Sumi Nagas in their traditional attires and costumes flocked the State capital local ground in Kohima to celebrate their premier festival �Tuluni� yesterday.

Nagaland Governor PB Acharya and Chief Minister TR Zeliang extended greetings to the Sumi community on the occasion.

Elaborating on the symbolic significance of the Sumi community, Minister for Road & Bridges (PWD) Y Vikheho Swu, who was the Father of Kohima Tuluni Festival 2015, appealed to the people to go back to rural areas and encourage them to revive the traditional practices.

The Tuluni festival symbolises fraternity, solidarity and sharing of oneness not only among the Sumi community alone but the Nagas as a whole.

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Sumi Nagas celebrate Tuluni festival

DIMAPUR, July 9 - Thousands of Sumi Nagas in their traditional attires and costumes flocked the State capital local ground in Kohima to celebrate their premier festival �Tuluni� yesterday.

Nagaland Governor PB Acharya and Chief Minister TR Zeliang extended greetings to the Sumi community on the occasion.

Elaborating on the symbolic significance of the Sumi community, Minister for Road & Bridges (PWD) Y Vikheho Swu, who was the Father of Kohima Tuluni Festival 2015, appealed to the people to go back to rural areas and encourage them to revive the traditional practices.

The Tuluni festival symbolises fraternity, solidarity and sharing of oneness not only among the Sumi community alone but the Nagas as a whole.