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Two-day national conference on indigenous cultures and religions in India concludes

All together 115 scholars presented papers. Certificates were also distributed to the participants. There were two plenary and six technical sessions during the two-day conference.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 9 Nov 2022, 5:36 pm

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The two-day national conference on indigenous cultures and religions in India concluded on Wednesday at DM University.

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It was organised by Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Regional campus Manipur in collaboration with Dhanamanjuri University and Indian Association for the study of Religion.

Speaking at the valedictory function as chief guest, vice chancellor of Dhanamanjuri University, Professor N Rajmuhon Singh said that organising such kind of academic discourse is very important for unity and nation building. It will help one to know the culture and traditions of the other, he said, adding that DM University is planning to organise such kinds of academic discourses on various issues in collaboration with other institutions and agencies.

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All together 115 scholars presented papers. Certificates were also distributed to the participants. There were two plenary and six technical sessions during the two-day conference.

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