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Forgetting our roots would be detrimental to our future: Pradyot


BY TC News Desk

Agartala: June 26. The Royal Scion Pradyot Kishore Manikya Debbarma today has emphasized the importance of embracing one’s heritage and history in order to ensure a prosperous future for the community. Pradyot, who also holds the position chairman of TIPRA Motha, visited century old Kharchi Puja and Festival at the historic Chaturdas Devata Temple in Old Agartala, where he performed puja.

 “Many people are unaware that I was born on the day of Kharchi Puja. This tradition holds great significance for us, and today, I have come here to fulfill my duty in accordance with our culture and traditions. Prior to this, I also performed puja at the sacred Maa Mangalchandi temple,” Pradyot revealed. He further expressed the belief that one must never forget their own history and traditions, as neglecting them could lead to an uncertain future. “We should always honor our traditions and embrace our history.

 Forgetting our roots would be detrimental to our future. If we wish to progress as a community, it is essential to retain our identity, existence, and history. Forgetting them would only jeopardize our future,” Pradyot added. Pradyot’s presence at the Kharchi Puja and his heartfelt remarks underscored the importance of preserving cultural heritage and upholding ancestral customs, which are essential for fostering a strong and prosperous community.

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