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May 1, 2011




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Home > 2011 Issues > May 01, 2011

Mizo conference on Ramnavami Day

NAUNNA Lalhnam, a Mizo cultural organisation, organised a Mizo conference at Thingsulkhia, about 55 km from Aizwal. The conference was held on April 12, the Ramanavmi day to celebrate the silver jubilee of the Naunna Lalhnam. A total of 633 people participated in the conference.

The conference was jointly inaugurated by Shri Rorelliana, Shri Lalchanglliana and Advocate Manavi Aizwal with a hammer on dharma ghanta and a traditional song. Kalyan Ashram joint general secretary Shri Kripa Prasad Singh and senior activist Shri Atul Jog were also present on the occasion. A total of 10 delegates from Burma and 6 from Manipur also attended the conference. Advocate Manavi Aizwal, secretary of the organisation, presented annual report at the conference.

The religious leaders present on the occasion appealed to the community members to work for the preservation of Mizo culture which is facing a threat from the church in Mizoram. "Work for peace, God is everywhere and in all creatures. Educate all girls, because it is the root of our culture," they said.

Shri Kripa Prasad Singh congratulated the organisers of the conference for their association with the Kalyan Ashram. He assured full assistance to the organisation in its efforts of preserving the cultural traditions. People from more than 60 villages participated in the conference.

Kalyan Ashram is running 15 Single Teacher Schools, 3 hostels and 7 schools in different parts of Mizoram. Dharam Guru Pu Rorelliana appealed to the Kalyan Ashram to come forward for the protection of Sanatni Mizos. (FOC)




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