Nunna Lalhnam, the organisation of the followers of Mizo age old traditions, faith and culture, organised a three-day Nunna Kutpui (festival) from October 27 to 29 at Chhiathlang in Mizoram.
Shri Rorelliana stressed the necessity of character building because this virtue attracts the society. Shri Lalchangliana said they are the followers of age old traditions and social customs. “We used to respect elders and we used to believe that the whole universe is the creation of God. But now due to the advent of Christianity we have started losing our traditions, faith, social customs and the identity,” he said. Shri H Chawpianglianga said their faith and culture were inseparable and intermingled with each other.
The Silver Jubilee function which was attended by about 250 delegates including religious leaders Shri Rorelliana, Shri Lalchangliana, Shri H Chawpianglianga and Shri Girish Kuber of Kalyan Ashram. Shri Kuber appreciated the efforts to preserve the Mizo culture by Nunna Lalhnam. Dr Kukade, head of the Veterinary Department in a college was also present. A souvenir and CD of Mizo devotional songs, prepared by Sushri Remruatfeli Fanai was also released at the function.
Shri Sanjay Kanade, a worker of Kalyan Ashram, was also honoured by Shri Lalhnam Hmeichhe Pawl for his selfless services. A medical camp was also conducted by Dr Anil and Dr Vijay from Maharashtra in which nearly 250 patients were benefited.