NCF Bangalore observes cultural Sunday

Bengaluru: It is our duty to carry mantle of our culture and traditions wherever we go, says Pastor NCFB

BY | Monday, 24 July, 2023

Naga Christian Fellowship Bangalore observed ‘Cultural Sunday’ on 23 July 2023 where the members proudly donned their “colourful traditional attire, exuding a deep-rooted sense of pride in their distinct identity and heritage,” the NCFB Media Team stated in a press release.

Rev Yarngam Muivah, Pastor of Tangkhul Baptist Church Bangalore, graced the occasion with his enlightening speech on cultural wisdom and kingdom values, while Rev Dr K H Reihe, Pastor of Poumai Naga Baptist Church, led a heartfelt prayer dedicated to the Naga community.

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Nikato Yeptho, Pastor, NCFB said: “We honour our origins and embrace the cultural tapestry that has stood the test of time. It is our duty to carry the mantle of our culture and traditions wherever we go, becoming ambassadors of our rich heritage.”

Sentsuthung Odyuo, president of the Naga Students Union, Bangalore said the celebration fosters a strong sense of unity and brotherhood among Nagas. He further stressed on the importance of preserving and cherishing one’s cultural roots.

The annual NCFB event came alive with the vibrant participation of the Chakhesang, Angami, Ao, Sumi Students’ Unions, and the Eastern Naga Students’ Union, who presented a mesmerizing display of traditional songs, showcasing the richness of their cultural expressions.

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