Ganesan interacts with ethnic communities at Sangai Ethnic Park


Impha: Manipur governor La. Ganesan visited the main venue of the ongoing Manipur Sangai Festival – the Sangai Ethnic Park at Moirang Khunou in Bishnupur district on fr evening.

The governor visited all the ethnic huts in the park and interacted with different ethnic communities.

Manipur has 32 recognised tribes living with other communities. The ethnic park displays ethnic houses of almost all the communities in the state.

Interacting with the people, he said, “Although we have different religion, culture, traditions and customs we are all one. This ethnic park is indeed a nice place where we can see almost all the traditions and customs of different communities living in the state. Through this festival we can enjoy unity in diversity and oneness amongst ourselves.”

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​After the interaction, talking to newsmen, the governor said, the arrangement putting in place in the park is immense and people can see the beautiful culture and traditions of different communities in the state. He said, visiting the ethnic park especially the ethnic huts will help to understand the beautiful cultures of different tribes and communities in the state. He lauded the efforts made by the chief minister and his ministers to make the Manipur Sangai Festival – a grand success.

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Ganesan was accorded a warm welcome by Works minister Govindas Konthoujam, Water Resources minister Awangbou Newmai, T. Robindro, MLA, K. Leishiyo, MLA and Chinlunthang, MLA and commissioner (Tourism) P.K. Jha.


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