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LOVE held 'Punshi Mahing' release at Rose Garden

Manipur Health Minister Dr Sapam Ranjan Singh called for protection and preservation of ancient ideologies and philosophies during the release of a collection of poems written by Laishram Bihari Singh.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 17 Dec 2022, 5:53 am

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Manipur Health Minister Dr Sapam Ranjan Singh has called upon the people to follow ancestral wisdom and ideas for the protection and preservation ancient ideologies and philosophies.

The minister was speaking as chief guest at the release of Punshi Mahing, a collection of poems written by Laishram Bihari Singh of Yurembam Awang Leikai.

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The book release function, organised by Local Organisation of Voluntary Enterpreneurs, LOVE, was held at Rose Garden on Friday.

The minister said that the present generation needs to play an active role in the protection and preservation of ancient culture and identity for the future generation.

Maintaining that there are issues and challenges everywhere, he said, “We have to be ready to tackle any challenges facing the society. The present generation should plan for a bright future. We should not be victims of drugs”.

The minister asserted that books are a part of our media. It plays a significant role for social reformation, he said.

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“Books are the records of our future. The role of the writers during any social condition is really commendable. We should encourage writers,” he added.

Padma Shri Nabakishore, Dr Maya Nepram, Asst Prof Pravabati College also attended the occasion as president and guest of honour respectively.

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IMPHAL, Manipur

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