Nurpur, December 6
An NGO is making concerted efforts to protect the wealthy cultural heritage of the hill state for the current and future generations.
Chairperson of Samarpan Affiliation, an NGO in Kangra district, Anita Sharma has appealed to the state authorities to take initiatives to protect the state’s cultural heritage. Expressing concern over the loss in conventional customs and rituals, she stated that if these weren’t revived on time then individuals would find yourself forgetting these.
Sharma additional added that man and tradition had been an inseparable a part of the society. “Actually, tradition maintains order and helps keep stability with the Nature,” she asserted.
Samarpan Affiliation chairperson stated that the Tribal Society of Himachal Pradesh was an enigma to the world of tradition and heritage and the tribal communities had been representing an necessary social class of Indian social construction. “They’re thought-about as the unique inhabitants of the nation, who carry ahead a legacy of wealthy and distinct cultural traits for a lot of many years,” she identified.