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Conservation workshop for cultural artifacts

Conservation workshop for cultural artifacts

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  28 Feb 2018 12:00 AM GMT

FROM OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT

ITAGAR, Feb 27: A conservation team from the Museum Section of the Aruchal Pradesh Research Directorate here comprising of N Roy, Omak Darin and Anil Dutta conducted a two-day workshop on conservation and preservation of cultural artifacts at Samten Yangcha Mostery at Mechuka and Aalo Museum in West Siang district. Many artifacts at both places were given treatment for preservation after going through chemical treatment process.

Addressing the young participants and teachers from Kendriya Vidyalaya Aalo, district information and public relation officer (DIPRO) Gijum Tali exhorted the young generation to take pride in traditiol artifacts which are associated with our age-old culture and stressed on preservation for posterity.

District Research Officer Tapoli Badung and N Roy, keeper, JN State Museum, Itagar disclosed that rich varieties of ethnic art are dwindling due to lack of conservation efforts and many manuscripts in the mostery at Mechuka also need conservation treatments.

People and monks were made aware of preventive method.

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