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'Paradise Unexplored' Is Set To Explored At North East Festival In New Delhi

Oct 3, 2013 ,

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New Delhi: North East Festival a two day carnival to be held in New Delhi on 8th& 9th of November, 2013 will showcase the cultural & traditional heritage as well as present a case for the future of the region. North East India a hitherto lesser known part of the country, will bring all its varied flavours alongwith serious discussions about the future of the region which is greatly intertwined with the future of the country.

The two day event, biggest ever event on North East to be celebrated outside of the region, will showcase all the eight states, their success stories, ethnic dances, top musical talents, tourism potential created by private tour operators, a photographic journey to the region known as ‘Paradise Unexplored’. The event, to be made part of Delhi’s annual event calendar, will be held at Indira Gandhi National Certre of Arts (IGNCA), Janpath, New Delhi.

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Business Session on Tourism: a B2B session between National domestic & international tour operators and around 25 tour operators and hoteliers, officials of tourism deptt of various States from North East under the anchorship of India Tourism to jointly work out a model to make Northeast a regular feature in the tourism map of India thereby increasing tourist flow to the region.

A session on Skill development in presence of DGET, Govt of India and various skill development agencies to highlight successful model adopted in the country for skill development. Lack of skill is one of the major concerns in the North East resulting in social unrest.

Shyamkanu Mahanta, the Organiser- in- Chief, North East Festival said, “The event is organized by Trend MMS, the leading cultural trust of the region in collaboration with Ministry of DoNER, GoI, North East MP’s Forum and IGNCA, Ministry of Culture, Govt of India and with support from North East India Image Managers (NEIim), comprising Delhi based Communication professionals working voluntary for promotion of North East, all student associations of North East India based in Delhi are also partnering the event. This would be an annual event, henceforth. This year, the emphasis is on Tourism & Culture, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. It is an attempt to connect to people of various ethnicities and to encourage investment and progress.”

Commentinng on this, Olympian said “I am coming to IGNCA, New Delhi on 8th and 9th November, 2013 to promote unique culture of North East, please come and join this unique festival of connecting people.”

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