Indigenous Faith Celebrated - VKV Joram
With a view to honour and promote the indigenous faiths and beliefs of Arunachal Pradesh, Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Joram celebrated Indigenous Faith Day in a befitting way on 1st of December 2019. On the auspicious occasion, Sri Joram Bath, Ex-ASM cum SMC Chairperson graced the occasion. The programme was started with lightening of the lamp and mangalacharanam. Principal sir, Sri Ashok Singh welcomed and felicitated the guest with an Assamese Gamocha.
Sri Dipok Chetri highlighted the significance of the day. In his speech, he focussed on the importance of preservation of tribal traditions and religious behaviour for keeping their ethnic identity intact and at the same time he also told on Tolum Rukbo, a famous personality of Arunachal Pradesh.
Meanwhile, the children performed a cultural show like drama, traditional dance etc. to mark the occasion. All the children came with their traditional attire. The In-Charge of this program was Sri Dipok Chetri.
The guest, Sri Joram Bath delivered a morale valued speech. Expressing concern to the drastic change in preserving the ancestral cultures and traditions that are committed by present day youths, he urged the students to know about their culture and tradition and preserve and promote it in a proper way. He also added for being a good disciplined student and to carry forward the good name and fame for the society.
Some prizes of annual sports were also given away by the guest on the occasion. The programme was ended with Shanti Mantra