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CM stresses role of youth in preserving rich Bengali culture


 BY TC News Desk

Agartala, 10th December 2023:  Chief Minister Prof. Dr. Manik Saha on Sunday said that a unique effort to protect and develop Bengali art, culture, and tradition is the weekly Sanskriti Haat (Cultural Haat) and emphasized that in addition to creating income opportunities for the locals, this initiative will also play a crucial role in the development of tourism.

 Dr. Saha said this during the inauguration of the first Sanskriti Haat at Senpara of Debaram Gram Panchayat, Paschim Noabari, Agartala, West Tripura, organized by Bangla Sanskriti Boloy.

 “If I hadn’t attended this program, I might have missed it. I feel very gratified after participating in this event. Sanskriti Haat will be organized every Sunday. Culture is an ornament. We can’t live without culture. The youth are moving elsewhere, but it is the responsibility of the youth to remember our culture. We must preserve not only traditional songs but also behavior and rituals as part of our culture. Our ancestors have left many treasures for us, which we must cherish,” said Dr. Saha.

 Reflecting on his experiences as Chief Minister, Dr. Saha mentioned attending programs of Janajatis in Tripura and being amazed by their rich traditions and culture.

 “We are rich in culture. Many prominent individuals involved in cultural activities have visited Tripura,” he added.

During the program, MLA Ratan Chakraborty, Secretary of ICA department Dr PK Chakraborty and others were present.

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