Wednesday, 21 January 2015

TRADITIONAL DANCE & DRAMA COMPETITION AT YAZALI

As part of Eknathji’s 100th Birth Anniversary celebration, a Traditional Drama and a Traditional Dance competition were held in the premises of VKV  NEEPCO Yazali on 5th January 2015. Mananeeya Eknathji Ranade, the true follower of Swami Vivekananda founded VKVs across Arunachal Pradesh to illuminate this remotest part of India with education. Being a serious devotee of Swamiji, Eknathji Ranade had his dream to liven up the cultural roots of different peoples, living in our country and give her a bold and proud identity in the eyes of the world. Traditional Drama and Dance competitions which are being held at different locations in the state, in connection with Eknathji’s Birth Centenary celebration, is the untiring effort by his disciples to make that great man’s dream come true.
Gaonburah Sri Tao Tebiji and Chairperson Smt. Nibia Pomin along with other enthusiastic villagers came forward to help in organizing the competitions. It was a promising sight to see the packed crowd in the school assembly ground to witness the competitions and encourage the competitors. In Drama competition Billo Village bore away the first prize with a cash Rs. 5000.00 Poosa Village and Chullyu Village respectively stood second and third in the competitions winning Rs. 3000.00 and Rs 2000.00 In Dance competition also Billo village stood first and Poosa village stood second. The third position was occupied by Pitapool Colony. The same amount of money was given as prizes as in Drama competition.
The first prize winner Billo Village enacted a purely traditional ritual which is done to ward off evil spirits from the village which are believed to cause diseases to the villagers. Poosa village staged a drama enacting how a girl is taken away by force for marriage. Chuliiyu village showed in their drama how some villagers are ignorant of the importance of education for their children.
Sri Tania Taji, Senior manager, RHEP. NEEPCO Yazali was invited as the chief guest to witness the competitions. The President of Nyishi Society Sri Bengia Tolumji graced the occasion as one of the judges in the competitions.The  two other judges were Sri Chukhu Kochiji, Principal, Secondary School, Pitapool and Sri Dakken Karlo, Senior Accountant, RHEP, NEEPCO, Yazali. The distinguished persons lauded the effort made by VKV NEEPCO Yazali in its endeavour to promote traditional culture.

TRADITIONAL DANCE & DRAMA COMPETITION at TEZU

The Circle Level TRADITIONAL DANCE & DRAMA COMPETITION was held at CALSOM Hall by Vivekananda Kendra, Tezu, Arunachal Prant as a part of the yearlong celebration of Mananeeya Eknathji Janma Shati Parva.
The Programme had 10 teams participation. The special guests for the programme were Shri Promso Marap Vice-Principal Govt. Hr. Sec. School Tezu and Shri Boklelum Tega Chairman CALSOM. There was other investees and few parents.
The programme started with invocation by special guests. Smti. Sailu Billai VKV Principal & Co-coordinator MEJSP Tezu welcomed the guest and other dignitaries. The judges for the competition were Shri Agramso Kri, Smti. Y. Tamblu and Shri Soloi Ngadong.
Pomliang village team was 1st and Tafrogam village 2nd in Traditional dance competition Tafragam village got 1st in Drama Competition. The first teams will be taking part at the district level competition on 12th January 2015. During this program Speech was given by Smti Saili Billai highlighting the life history of Eknathji, He was instrumental in establishing several Vivekananda Kendra works in the remote part of Arunachal Pradesh to impart the qualitative education, like VKV, VKAJ.
Shri Promso Marap distributed the prize to the winning team and Shri Kruleso Ngadong, Nagar Pramukh Vivekananda Kendra Tezu extended the vote of thanks.

Sunday, 18 January 2015

TRADITIONAL DANCE & DRAMA COMPETITION AT KHARSANG

The circle level competition for the Traditional dance on occasion of MEJSP was conducted at Vivekananda Kendra Kharsang. There were three troops for the traditional dance competition. Shri Mihin Tamin , Principal, Govt. H.S.School,Kharsang, was the Chief Guest of the this programme. About 150 students and 55 well-wishers witnessed the programme.
The programme was started with the lighting of lamp by the Chief Guest, followed by the welcome address from Shri Putun Techi.
The Key-note address was delivered by Shri Keshab Upadhayay, Coordinator from VKV-Kharsang for MEJSP. In his speech the aims and objectives of the programme with life and message of Man. Eknathji was explained elaborately. It was followed by the speech of Shri Mihin Tamin, Chief Guest. He highlighted the importance of indigenous culture and appealed the public to protect it for the future generations.
Chief Guest and three judges were felicitated by the Principal of VKV-Kharsang. It was followed by the traditional dance competition from three local troops.The result of the competition is Traditional Dance Competition First Prize : Jorong village

TRADITIONAL DANCE AND DRAMA COMPETITION AT DAYUN CIRCLE

The programme was started with the lighting of lamp by the Chief Guest, followed by the welcome address from Shri Satish Gogoi, Convener, MEJSP of Diyun circle .
    The Key-note address was delivered by Shri Keshab Upadhayay, Coordinator from VKV-Kharsang for MEJSP. In his speech the aims and objectives of the programme with life and message of Man. Eknathji was explained elaborately. It was followed by the speech of Shri Nikh Kamin.
All the dignitaries and three judges were felicitated by the committee members of MEJSP of Diyun circle. It was followed by the traditional dance competition from seven local troops and then traditional drama competition from seven troops.
The result of the competition is given below Traditional Dance Competition First Prize Innao village and Traditional Drama Competition First Prize : Innao villag
The prizes to the winners are given by Shri S. Meji, ADC, Bordumsa. The programme was concluded with Shanti mantra.
The circle level competition for the Traditional dance and drama on occasion of MEJSP was conducted at Diyun. There were seven troops for the traditional dance competition and seven troops for traditional drama competition. Shri Nikh Kamin , Hon’ble MLA was the Chief Guest and Shri S.Meji, ADC, was the Guest of Honour for the this programme. About 1050 people witnessed the programme.

LAUNCHING OF MANANEEYA EKNATHJI JANMA SHATI PARVA, ARUNACHAL PRADESH


 The State level (Arunachal Prant) launching of Mananeeya Eknathji Ranade Janma Shati Parva was conducted in VKV Nirjuli on 2nd December 2014. Dignitaries: Mananeeya A. Balakrishnanji, Vice President, Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari, Dr Joram Begi, Prant Pramukh, Vivekananda Kendra, Arunachal Pradesh, Dr Tejum Padu, Sah Prant Pramukh, Vivekananda Kendra, Arunachal Pradesh, Parents of VKV Nirjuli, Well Wishers, etc. The Chief Guest of the occasion was Swamiji Maharaj, RK Mission Itanagar. In addition, more than 370 people had gathered in VKV Nirjuli auditorium to grace the occasion.
Focus: Mananeeya A. Balakrishnaji in his introductory address narrated his journey of life to serve the motherland to the fullest. He went on to say the difficulties faced in 1970s in Arunachal Pradesh to guide and instill the value of life in general and education in particular. He also shared the gathering the inspirations and guidance all the workers of Vivekananda Kendra received from the legendary personality Mananeeya Eknathji Ranade. “Swamiji’s vision was the mission of Ma. Eknathji and all the Kendra workers were streamlined to emulate the sermon under the active support and guidance of Ma. Eknathji Ranade”, Ma. Balakrishnanji told in his speech.
The Secretary Maharaj, RK Mission, Itanagar in his inaugural address highlighted a few components of Swami Vivekananda’s visions and His calls to the youths of India.

Saturday, 17 January 2015

TRADITIONAL DANCE AND DRAMA COMPETITION AT CHAGLAGAM

Traditional Dance & Drama Competition organized at Community Hall Chaglagam. In connection with the yearlong celebration of 100th year Birth anniversary of Sri Eknathji Ranadeji, Traditional Dance and Drama Competition conducted by Chaglagam Circle, Community Hall Chaglagam. Smti. Mailu Tega coordinator MEJSP Chaglagam, welcomed the guest and other dignitaries. Sri B.K. Singh, Principal VKV Ameliang, Highlighted the yearlong celebration of 100th year Birth anniversary of Eknathji.
During this program Speech was given by Sri Ashok Atale, Nagar Sangathak Vivekananda Kendra Tezu They have focused the life history & works of the founder of Vivekananda Kendra, Eknathji Ranade who actualized the vision of Swami Vivekananda, Sri Eknath Ranadeji to uplift the people of North East as a whole and Arunachal Pradesh in particular. “He was the instrumental to establish several Vivekananda Kendra in the remote part of Arunachal Pradesh to impart the qualitative education”, he said.

There were 03 (Three) teams to take part in the competition coming from in and around Chaglagam Circle. A variety of traditional dance were performed by the teams in a well attended hall. The “China Border” group has been adjusted as the winning team.
Smti. Mailu Tega, distributed the prize to the winner teams. Shri Thaliso Tega, Chaglagam, Saha-Pramukh, MEJSP extended the vote of thanks.



TRADITIONAL DANCE AND DRAMA COMPETITION AT BORDUMSA

The circle level traditional dance and drama competition was conducted at Vivekananda Kendra Branch Bordumsa as part of Eknath Ranade’s birth centenary celebration. The first prize in traditional dance competition was bagged by Wakhetna village while the second prize was won by Kherem Kachari village.
The first prize in traditional drama competition was bagged by Gidding village. Eight teams participated in traditional dance competition and three in traditional drama.
MLA Nikh Kamin, Head Gaon Bura Sekhet Tang Singpho, ZPM Tonko Singpho witnessed the programme among others. A similar competition was also organized at Diyun wherein Innao village bagged the first prizes in both traditional dance and drama competition and Deori village the seconds. There were seven troupes for the traditional dance competition and as many teams for the traditional drama competition.