By A O News Service
ITANAGAR, Oct 09: London-based Sanskruti Centre for Cultural Excellence (SCCE) founder-cum-journalist Ragasuadha Vinjmuri aka Sudha invoked blessings of Devi Durga at a pandal in London.
Indian is known globally for its deep-rooted rich cultural heritage manifested in Devi Durga across the world, particularly during Durga Puja as proved by London’s cultural event during Durga Puja.
Sudha, a famous Bharatnatyam dancer, who has been showcasing rich cultural heritage of Arunachal in London, had arrived here on 01.08.19 on her maiden five-day trip to conduct in-depth study on time tested rich cultural heritage of Arunachal Pradesh.
Sudha had called on Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal Husbandry & Veterinary, Dairy Development & Fisheries Minister Tage Taki here to inform about her visit to Ziro. “This Himalayan state a treasure trove of culture offers huge potential which should be capitalized,” Taki had told here and urged her to see for herself the unique Apatani irrigation system of Ziro, recognized by UN Agriculture Organisation as best traditional practice in the world.
Sudha had also called on Culture Minister Taba Tedir and thanked him for his help for an event in Londian, named Indradhanush at Nehru Centre, cultural wing of High Commission of India in United Kingdom, on July 18 last to showcase traditional dances Miji and Rongmei (Manipur) which were highly appreciated by the audience. Applauding her initiative in popularizing Arunachalee culture aboard, Tedir had assured any help needed in future in that aspect.
She had also bought traditional dresses and beads collected from Naharlagun-based Oju Welfare Association whose inmates led by chairperson Anya Ratan had felicitated her.
Informing that she is engaged in advocating protection and conservation of environment through dance forms for the survival of universe, Sudha had also promised to perform at OWA during her next visit.