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Symposium sheds light on Garo Cultural Heritage in Tura

In an effort to delve into as well as propagate the knowledge on the richness of Garo cultural heritage, a symposium focused on the themes of Nokachik (architecture), Garments and Ornaments, and Deities was held on Friday.

Garo Cultural Heritage-ni bidingo symposium-ko ong·ata

Ian gnigipa changna INTACH Meghalaya Chapter aro NEHU English department-ni bakrime ong·atgipa symposium ba tom·aniba ong·aha aro ia program-ko ong·atanio Dr Ramona M Sangma, Dr Colnat B Marak, Dr Dorothy R Marak aro Aprillin Dilchi A Sangma, A·chikrangni man·rikbaenggipa daka rikanirangni bidingo chatro chatrirangna aro program-o bak ra·gipa gipinrangnaba agan-talate on·angaha.

Meghalaya: Bi-lingual symposium on Garo Cultural Heritage organised, providing basic info about culture

The talks was basically centred around the primary aspects of the Garo culture such as Matriliny, Nokmaship, Nokpante and Wangala.

Meghalaya: Bi-lingual symposium on Garo Cultural Heritage organised

The objective of the Symposium was dissemination of correct and authentic information by Resource Persons on basic elements of Garo Culture. The talks centred around primary aspects of the culture of the Garos such as Matriliny, Nokmaship, Nokpante and Wangala.

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