Nagaland

Nagaland Governor, Chief Minister, Dy. Chief Minister extends Tokhü Emong greetings

Nagaland Governor, Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister extends Tokhü Emong greetings

Kohima, November 06 (NEx): Nagaland Governor R.N Ravi, Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio, Deputy Chief Minister Y Patton along with others extended a very warm Tokhü Emong greetings to all the people of Nagaland, specially to Lotha community.

Governor R.N Ravi in his greetings message said, ‘This beautiful festival represents the rich cultural heritage of our people. Tokhü Emong is a post-harvest festival and the people rejuvenate through the celebrations after a period of tremendous hard work in the field.

We find the importance of road repairment and cleaning of wells and the village through many Naga festivals including Tokhü Emong. The practice of good hygiene has always been relevant however, it is more so today as we continue to fight the Pandemic.

Tokhü Emong signifies ending of all bitterness and strengthening the familial and social bonding. It is also a celebration of unity and gratitude. I urge upon our youths to carry forward these rich cultural legacies.

Let us celebrate this auspicious occasion observing all Covid-19 Protocols. May God bless you all with good health, happiness and prosperity,’ – unquote.

Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio greets the Lotha community on the joyous occasion of Tokhu Emong. My best wishes for your well-being and a bountiful harvest, tweets CM Rio.

Deputy Chief Minister Y Patton in his tweet said, ‘In a fast-changing world, our festivals have remained inseparable parts of our identity. Warm greetings to the Lotha community on the happy occasion of Tokhu Emong.’

‘As we celebrate this special day, may the presence of the Almighty be amongst us and peace reign over our land!’- unquote.