ATCO Tani Fest reflects multi-ethnic uniqueness


By Our Correspondent

ITANAGAR | Oct 30 | The ongoing Abotani Clan Organisation (ATCO) foundation day-cum-Tani Festival involving a congregation of 1,400 delegates from 14 of the present 22 districts of the state at Indira Gandhi Park here has embolden the pan-Arunachal identity of this multi-ethnic state.

The delegates showcased unique kaleidoscopic view of their unique rainbow cultures creamed with traditions for the masses to see and for the younger generations to imbibe for their survival for the posterity.

The week-long event aimed at popularising, promoting and preserving the time-tested rich cultural mosaic of the state, particularly major tribes of Adi, Apatani, Galo, Nyishi and Tagin, being eroded by the impact of modernity, said ATCO president Yamra Taya and its woman wing president Deepu Nabam, who played a proactive role in turning the maiden event into a reality.

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