The union was meant to strengthen and cherish the feeling of brotherhood among the students coming from North-Eastern States and the rest of the country.
Thousands of youth raised one voice for the nation in O.N.E (Our North East) India Conclave, New Delhi, on November 7, 2015 at Mayor House, New Delhi. This union was only to strengthen and cherish the feeling of brotherhood among the students coming from North Eastern States and the rest of the country. In this event organised by steadfast NGO My Home India, the success was marked by the enthusiastic presence and voluntary performances by each of the seven sister states not needed.
The conclave opened with the patriotic performance by Slophage, the rock band from Assam, which set the correct string for the evening. Chakma community dance from Arunachal Pradesh, Bihu dance from Assam, Kuki tribal dance from Manipur, and other colorful performances followed. The soulful yet energetic performance of Thupten Tsring, a differently abled student from the state of Arunachal Pradesh brought zeal to the youth conclave.
Shri Ravinder Gupta, Mayor, North Delhi Municipal Corporation, while addressing the O.N.E India Youth conclave, congratulated My Home India for this great initiative towards national integration and expressed his willingness to support the organisation in its forthcoming projects. “North East is a storehouse of talent, the sense of music has been always prevalent among the people of that region. Bharat is fortunate enough to have the youth power of this kind of diverse talent, hence a united youth power of the country can take Bharat to another level of heights”, said Shri Sunil Deodhar, Founder My Home India while addressing the audience.
Shri Mittal, MD, A2Z Infra Engineering Ltd. presided over the conclave. Parliament Secretary, Dr. D.K Bhalla, during the event also shared his pleasant experience of Nagaland stay in his tenure as Chief Secretary. The conclave winded up with a pledge of unity, fraternity and brotherhood and to live the identity of being Bharateeya above all.