CHANDIGARH,01.12.23-In a dazzling display of cultural vibrancy, the National Crafts Mela in Chandigarh commemorated Nagaland Foundation Day, becoming a tapestry of traditions and celebrations. The event, graced by Sh. Banwarilal Purohit, Governor of Punjab and Administrator UT Chandigarh.

The event featured a mesmerizing performance by the esteemed Mr. Veswuzo Phesao and his group from Dimapur, Nagaland, enchanting the audience with traditional Tati singing, along with a soulful rendition of the Hindi song "Jane Wallon Zara."

The Nagaland-themed entrance to the Fair, tastefully designed, transported visitors to the enchanting land of wonders. The main stage, adorned with ethnic craftsmanship, further immersed attendees in the rich cultural heritage of Nagaland. The festivities highlighted the unique identity of Nagaland, celebrating its rich history and traditions.

A noteworthy aspect of the celebration was the inclusion of various instruments native to Nagaland, showcased at the crafts Mela. This not only provided a platform for cultural exchange but also offered visitors a rare opportunity to explore the distinctive musical heritage of the region.

The event was a true testament to the harmonious blend of cultures, with the Nagaland Day celebration bringing together people from diverse backgrounds to appreciate and immerse themselves in the captivating essence of Nagaland.

Large number of public enjoyed the mesmerising evening. The event was graced by distinguished personalities such as Sh. Anup Gupta, Mayor Chandigarh, Sh. K Siva Prasad, Additional Chief Secretary to Governor, Sh. Nitin Kumar Yadav, Advisor to the Administrator; Sh. Vijay Namdeo Zade, Finance Secretary, Sh. Hari Kallikkat, Secretary Public Relations, Sh. Furqan Khan, Director NZCC, Sh. Sorabh Arora, Director Culture, Sh. Nitish Singla, SDM East along with other officers of the Chandigarh Administration.