Kohima, May 01 (NEx): Governor of Nagaland, R.N Ravi, Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio extended warm Moatsü greetings to the people of Nagaland, specially to the Ao community.
‘Governor in his greetings message said, Moatsü is celebrated after seeds have been sown in the fields. This festival provides a period of recreation after the stressful activities of clearing fields, burning jungles, sowing seeds, cleaning up the wells and, repair and construction of houses.’
‘During this time of celebrations, the villagers celebrate their friendship for each other by exchanging gifts, making new friends, feasting, bonfire etc thereby reinforcing the strong community bonding through this festival. It is also an occasion for the youth to get connected with their community roots and carry on the centuries old traditional legacy’, Governor said.
‘Let us continue to observe COVID-19 protocols throughout the celebrations. On this occasion, Governor wishes all with good health, peace and happy celebrations,’ – unquote.
Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio extended Moatsü greetings to the Ao community of Nagaland. In a tweet, CM Rio said,’ Moatsü is a time for festivity after the seeds have been sown in the fields. I hope the Almighty bless you with a bountiful harvest. My best wishes for everyone’s well-being.’
Happy Moatsü to the Ao community of #Nagaland. Moatsü is a time for festivity after the seeds have been sown in the fields.
I hope the Almighty bless you with a bountiful harvest. My best wishes for everyone's well-being. #StayHome #StaySafe pic.twitter.com/mpqOfyNmIQ
— Neiphiu Rio (@Neiphiu_Rio) May 1, 2021