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Itagar, Nov 7: Aruchal Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Chow Mein has emphasized on the need for inculcating indigenous values and ethos amongst the younger generation.
“Let us inculcate the indigenous values and ethos amongst the younger generation and make them aware of our ancient pristine and precious knowledge to secure the identity and growth of indigenous faith”, Mein said while addressing the closing ceremony of 5th State Level Indigenous Youth Festival at Tezu in Lohit district on Sunday.
Mein, who cut short his Thailand visit to attend the festival, praised the IFCSAP for preservation, promotion and patronizing the Indigenous faith and culture of Aruchal Pradesh through a platform like, Indigenous Youth Festival, an official report informed here today.
In an era of modernization and globalisation, it is the responsibility of youths to carry the baton of rich traditiol and cultural legacy which we have inherited from our forefathers, he said.
Acknowledging the presence of Yvette Claire Rosser, a research Scholar from USA in the festival, Chow praised the attribution of foreign scholars in preserving the traditions and culture of tribal people in written form.
He further requested her to help preserve the faith and culture of Indigenous people in written or documentary form.