Indigenous Faith Day was observed across Arunachal Pradesh on Friday. The celebration committee in Bordumsa also observed the day at Singpho Cultural Heritage centre at Bordumsa in Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh.
The programme kicked off with a huge and colourful cultural procession marching across the township finally terminating at the Heritage Centre. Displaying a vivid picture of oneness amidst diversity, people including religious saints belonging to various sects participated in the procession.
Meanwhile, addressing the house during meeting held at the auditorium of the Singpho Heritage centre, the Buddhist religious leader P Sara who is also a professor of Namsai based Arunachal University reiterated the scientific and cultural importance of religion in human society and urged the followers and respective believers to follow, preach, preserve and protect one’s own indigenous faith, culture and tradition for the sake of overall development and growth of the society.
Defining ‘Dhamma’ in broader and scientific term he said, ‘The promotion of indigenous tribal faith and beliefs must be promoted in unison to cement the bond among the people.’
RSS state executive member Arunachal Talem Mize, BJP leader of Bordumsa Mayong Maio also spoke on the occasion.