Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts (TIPA) to promote culture among the among the Monpa according to a statement from the Arunchal Pradesh CM. The CM announced at a felicitation ceremony that the government plans to facilitate TIPA to train Buddhist arts and culture to the Monpa youth to generate interest in their age old culture.
“Chief Minister Pema Khandu announced that state government will soon have a MoU with Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts (TIPA) to facilitate training of Buddhist arts and culture to the Monpa youths to generate interest in their age old culture.” said the report in the Arunachal Times.
Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu was on Friday awarded the ‘Flower of Joy’ by the Tendhon Cultural Preservation Society (TCPS) in its 27th anniversary celebration at general ground Tawang. The award was a replica of Ashoka’s lion emblem and it was awarded to the honorable CM on behalf of the people of Monyul in appreciation and respect to his extraordinary leadership and achievements.
“A stable government, innovations in education, social development, religion and culture, health and environment, economy and infrastructure development, welfare of the people and social stability are to mention a few,” Tulku Tenzin Gyurmey said in his award citation.
On the same occasion, a book titled “His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama’s 6th visit and teaching in Mon Tawang’ was jointly released by the CM and the dignitaries present.
Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts, Gangkhar and Lumla cultural troupe presented songs and dances in the felicitation ceremony event.