Kisama, December 10 (MExN): Guests from the nation over and the world including local people saw the most recent day energetic social exhibitions displayed by different naga social troupes at Naga Legacy Town, Kisama on December 10.
The last social spectacle introduced by the branch of Workmanship and Culture at Kisama was graced by Bedica Kant, spouse of CEO,NITI AYOG and Arun Mohan as uncommon visitors, while Agent CM Home, Street and Scaffolds, Y Patton and Counselor, Veterinary and Animal Farming, Ladies Asset Improvement, R. Khing was available as the Host.
The tenth day of ‘Social Interface’ exhibited a look at rich social melodies and moves of the clans of Nagaland, which saw exhibitions from nine social troupes.
The main entertainers were the Ao social troupe played out a war move “Aar Tsungsang”, it is an establishment of the real fights that occurred between talent scouts in the times past. The ‘Oyim’ or pioneer designs the assault, the fight developments and furthermore drives the warrior. It is an opportunity to test the warrior’s aptitudes and the individuals who are effective in taking a foe head was viewed as a genuine warrior.
The Zeliang social troupe introduced a society – move called “Linben”, this move is performed by requesting that a young lady stretch and swing her hands and be vivacious and move alongside her companions, it is likewise performed in two lines and numerous individuals can join the move.
The Chang social troupe performed “Ausung Leangpu” (conveying House bar), it is performed via conveying the primary bar with various sticks attached to the log which helps in hauling the log for the accommodation of the carrier’s. The Kachari social troupe illustrated “Daobo Atheng” (Bamboo Stilt walking).The Garo social troupe introduced “Wangala Move”, it is a post collect thanksgiving celebration. Framing two parallel lines, one female and the other male, they move to the beat of the Damma (Log drum). The artists offer thanksgiving to Misi Saljong (sun God) and in wild musicality, move to the beat of the drums, gongs and the blowing of bison horns.
The Rengma Social troupe performed “Akaku Tutu” an indigenous games, in this game, a gathering of players remain inside a stamped circle and one individual is made to twist in the circle. Toward the beginning of the game, all players contact the leader of the individual twisting. The individual who is twisting endeavors to contact the feet of different players with his feet.
The Chakhesang Social troupe displayed “Murinuomi Lizo” (Tune of Vagrant), it is an affection tune sung by a vagrant who experienced passionate feelings for a youngster. Shockingly the sweetheart passed on rashly and everything they could ever hope for and plans for what’s to come were broken. He was made to tend a chestnut tree in the field by the town individuals. While keeping an eye on his errand, out of despondency and distress he made this melody for his adored. Yimchungrü introduced Asaukkhu a warrior move performed by Extraordinary warriors so as to shield the town from adversaries.
Clergyman Higher Specialized &Tribal undertakings Imna Along, Pastor Wellbeing and Social Welfare S Pangnyu Phom, Counselor Ability Improvement, Work, Business and CAWD Kazheto Kinimi and Consultant Law and Equity, Fringe Issues, Treasuries and Records Dr. Longriniken and Counsel The travel industry and Craftsmanship and Culture H Khehovi Yepthomi were likewise present at the program.