‘Traditional art forms powerful medium for informal education’
Traditional Folk and Cultural Research Centre director expressed concern that the society today is being marred by lack of discipline and manners especially among the youths.
Updated 17 Jul 2022, 2:11 pm
Traditional Folk and Cultural Research Centre director G Latasana on Sunday emphasised the traditional art forms as a powerful medium in imparting informal education to the younger generations.
She was speaking at the valedictory function of a 30-day workshop cum production on ‘Goura Leela’ organised by the centre at Bamon Mandap, Mongshangei School Leirak in Imphal West.
She expressed concern that the society today is being marred by lack of discipline and manners especially among the youths.
Besides, the relationship of mutual respect, love and care of the people, friends and family members are slowly fading away, she said and highlighted the importance of art forms like ‘Goura Leela’ in arousing discipline, manners and respect for elders.
Artistes of the centre also performed the dying art form ‘Goura Leela’ later after the function.
Various elders and scholars were present during the programme.
First published:17 Jul 2022, 2:11 pm
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