Nagaland

Tsungkamneo Festival Celebrated At Tuensang

Tsungkamneo (Festival) Celebrated At Tuensang
(Saramati Sisters presenting a Traditional song during the Tsungkamneo festival at Town Hall Tuensang on Jan 16, 2021|Photo: DIPR)

Kohima, January 16 (NEx): Tsungkamneo Festival of Yimchunger Community was celebrated at Town Hall Tuensang organized by Yimchunger Union Tuensang Town (YUTT) on January 16, 2021 with Kumar Ramnikant IAS Deputy Commissioner Tuensang as the special Guest.

Advisor I&PR, SCERT and VGs, Toshi Wungtung and MLA, Toyang Changkhong Chang also attended the celebration.

Speaking on the occasion, Kumar Ramnikant said, Nagaland is a diverse society and perfect example of the unity in diversity. Peace should be everlasting amongst the people irrespective of tribes, he said.

The DC stressed on preserving cultural and traditional values, social bonding and also appreciated the tribal leaders of the district coming together to celebrate the Tsungkamneo festival.

‘We must, by any means, not forget the ancient wisdom which our forefathers have given us in the form of folklore which should be passed on to the next generation so that we can live with dignity and identity’, he stated.

I.N Chingmak, Executive Chairman CKS in his short speech, encouraged the tribal leaders to cooperate and live in peace.
Meanwhile, the significance of Tsungkamneo was given by R. Throngji, Convenor Tsungkamneo Planning committee.

The programme also witnessed special numbers from Kemifu Cultural Club Tuensang, Traditional song by Saramati Sisters and Traditional instrumental tune by Tsukhiamla.