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SEACO expresses appreciation on emerging trend of cultural revivalism

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Thoubal, April 9: It is high time the people of the state strive to revive the dwindling age-old traditions and customs which serve as the identity of the indigenous communities, and to follow the correct rituals during religious festivals. Expressing satisfaction over the increasing acceptance and observation of traditional rituals in the right manner and spirit, a press release by South East Asia Cultural Organisation (SEACO) praised the people of the state for observing ‘Meitei Cheiraoba’- the day which marks the beginning of the lunar year on the April 8. The release further appealed the people of Manipur to provide suggestions and constructive ideas while requesting for moral support and cooperation in its endeavor to revive and popularize indigenous cultural festivals and indigenous games and sports in the proper manner and ritual so as to present a correct and unique portrayal of our customs and culture to the rest of the world and to protect them from being inextricably mixed with cultures and customs brought in from outside the state.   

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