Model Christian College celebrated its Annual Cultural Day on the 2nd of March 2024

Model Christian College celebrated its Annual Cultural Day on the 2nd of March 2024

Model Christian College celebrated its Annual Cultural Day on the 2nd of March 2024

Model Christian College celebrated its Annual Cultural Day on the 2nd of March 2024 at the college auditorium. The celebration was based on the theme ‘Appreciating Roots Revitalizing Culture’. The special guest for the day was Dr. Theyiesinuo Keditsu, Assistant professor Kohima College, Kohima.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Keditsu stated that, Cultural Day is not the end but the beginning of Cultural Celebration. She asserted that fashion should be a meaningful practise and that clothing is an identity and a narration of one’s own story. Dressing and attires she added, should be our way to reconnect with elders. She emphasized on the importance of dialogues and conversations between tribes and communities, highlighting the beauty of a common ancestry. She concluded with the statement that fashion can enrich our culture and tradition, while deepening our roots and revitalizing our culture.

The programme was compered by Shilumoa Longkumer and Haiziurangle, students of Model Christian College. The event witnessed folk-song, folk play, traditional war dance and others. The major highlight of the programme was a vibrant cultural display of textiles of various Naga tribes. The presentation of which included narration of motifs and patterns used in the different tribal clothes.

The programme ended with a vote of thanks by the Cultural Secretary, MCCSC.