Be proud of your cultural roots: Guv

KHONSA | Aug 30 | State Governor P B Acharya exhorted students of Ramakrishna Sarada Mission School (RSMS) here on Wednesday  not to be self-centered as they have responsibilities towards the society and the nation.

While interacting with the students of state’s oldest girls’ school, he advised them to be proud of their cultural roots and safeguard their cultural heritage and traditions.

Accompanied by his advisor Wanglin Lowangdong, local MLA Wanglam Sawin, DC P.N. Thungon and SP  J.K. Meena, he said that the education they imbibe should be useful to the society.

As a token of appreciation for the good works towards girl education and as an encouragement towards ‘Beti padao, beti bacho’, he announced Rs. one lakh towards the development fund of  the RSMS before a colourful cultural programme was presented by the students.

Meanwhile, the governor along with other dignitaries took part in a the cleanliness drive here today.

He also visited Nocte Heritage Centre at Kheti Village and enjoyed beating the antic log drum. He announced Rs. 21,000 for development of the cultural centre.

While interacting with RHM school monks, he lauded their efforts in promoting education and urged them to preserve indigenous dialects, while informing of NAMASTE chair (indigenous tribal languages) in eight universities in different parts of  India. (PRO)

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