26th May 2024 10:05:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

Aalo, May 26: The Department of Indigenous Affairs in collaboration with the West Siang District Administration organised a workshop on "Preservation of Priesthood culture cum conference of priests” at Gumin Kinn Aalo. Ms Mamu Hage (IAS) Deputy Commissioner  and Doi Ado former Minister graced the occasion as Chief Guest and Guest of Honour respectively.
Dagi Angu, DACO Aalo welcomed the participants and presented the key note address to the participants. He appealed to the priests of West Siang to preserve the age old priest culture and traditions.
The DC urged the priests of West Siang to pass on their knowledge to the younger generations of the society and she appealed to the priest society to impart their knowledge even in schools and colleges. She urged the priests to preserve and promote the rich cultural ethos. 
She also appealed to the priests to maintain neutrality in society. "Priests are taking the major role in our society. You are holding the highest position in the society,” she said.
Doi Ado urged the old and experienced priest to train others to become a priests. “Preservation of Priesthood is important for the future generation. Documentation is to be preserved,” he said.
Mogi Ori, IFCSAP President District unit, Doi Kamduk IFCSAP General Secretary West Siang, Sri Kirken Doji as resource persons voiced the need to preserve and protect the priesthood culture.
All the priests including Kargu Gamgi Priest from every circle of West Siang District shared their opinions and experiences during the workshop.
The day long workshop was attended by all Priest (Xibo) and Kargu Gamgi Priest from all over West Siang District.

Kenter Joya Riba

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