Arunachal An Ornament Of Bharat

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Arunachal An Ornament Of Bharat

  1. 1. Arunachal <ul><li>A beautiful ornament of Bharat </li></ul>
  2. 2. Bharat Arunachal Pradesh
  3. 3. A runachal Pradesh Land of Rising Sun
  4. 4. A runachal Pradesh Land of lofty mountains, green valleys, murmuring rivers and of gentle and peace loving people
  5. 5. A runachal Pradesh Largest state area-wise in the north-east region
  6. 6. A runachal Pradesh Itanagar is the capital of Arunachal Pradesh and is named after Ita fort meaning fort of bricks built in 14th century A.D.
  7. 7. A runachal Pradesh River Lohit
  8. 8. <ul><li>Deep and firm Bondage between Arunachal and rest of Bharat </li></ul>A runachal Pradesh
  9. 9. <ul><li>Excavations of Archaeological Survey of India in Malinithan in Arunachal have revealed the ruins of Temples as many excavations in the rest of Bharat reveal </li></ul>A runachal Pradesh
  10. 10. <ul><li>The names of Malinithan, Ita, Bhishmak in Arunachal are mentioned in Mahabharat and Kalika Purana </li></ul>A runachal Pradesh
  11. 11. <ul><li>Kalika Purana and Yogini Tantra also mention that bathing in River Lohit washes all the sins. </li></ul><ul><li>Lohit is mentioned in all Buddhist Niyakas. </li></ul>A runachal Pradesh
  12. 12. <ul><li>Parasuram Kund in Arunachal is the place where Parasuram was believed to have washed off his sins . </li></ul>A runachal Pradesh
  13. 13. P eople of Arunachal Pradesh Sherdukpen
  14. 14. P eople of Arunachal Pradesh Mishmi
  15. 15. P eople of Arunachal Pradesh Sherdukpen
  16. 16. P eople of Arunachal Pradesh Miji
  17. 17. P eople of Arunachal Pradesh Apatani
  18. 18. P eople of Arunachal Pradesh Nyishi
  19. 19. P eople of Arunachal Pradesh Monpa
  20. 20. P eople of Arunachal Pradesh Apatani
  21. 21. P eople of Arunachal Pradesh Mishmi
  22. 22. D ances of Arunachal Adi Galo Nishi Adi Monpa
  23. 23. Broadly the people may be divided into three cultural groups on the basis of their socio-religious affinities. C ulture in Arunachal Pradesh
  24. 24. C ulture in Arunachal Pradesh The Monpas and Sherdukpens of Tawang and West Kameng districts follow the lamaistic tradition of Mahayana Buddhism
  25. 25. C ulture in Arunachal Pradesh The second group of the people are Adis, Akas, Apatanis, Bangnis, Nishis, Mishmis, Mijis, Thongsas etc., who worship Sun and Moon God namely, Donyi-Polo and Abo-Tani, the original ancestors for most of these local communities
  26. 26. C ulture in Arunachal Pradesh The third group comprises Noctes and Wanchos,adjoining Nagaland in the Tirap District. These are hardy people known for their strictly structured village society in which hereditary village chief still plays a vital role. They owe allegiance to some of the Satras of Assam and are Vaishnavaits by faith
  27. 27. The locals communities of Arunachal Pradesh have highly ordered and organised system of functioning in their villages. All matters relating to the community as a whole are decided at the village level. The socio-administrative structure of the society, as evolved over a period of centuries, recognises democratic partition right down to the level of villages. The traditional Village Panchayat of an Adi Village is locally, known as 'Kebang' which is judicio-administrative body, consisting of mature and influential elders, Kebang looks after the administration of justice in the society by setting all matters of dispute. Similar such self-governing institution exist among other local communities. They are variously called as Jong among the Sherdukpens, Mel among the Akas, Buliang among the Apaptanis and so on.
  28. 28. C hallenges before Arunachal People
  29. 29. <ul><li>T hreats to the Borders </li></ul>
  30. 30. Strategic border State of India
  31. 31. Bounded by International Borders with China, Bhutan and Myanmar running to over 1630 Kms
  32. 32. Chinese invasion through unprotected North-Eastern region
  33. 33. Vulnerable to armed insurgency and antinational activities
  34. 34. <ul><li>T hreats to the Culture </li></ul>
  35. 35. Major threats – Christianity & Westernisation The Christian Baptist Mission and the Catholic Mission, over the years, have been making concerted efforts to introduce alien faith and culture into the traditional society of Arunachal Pradesh
  36. 36. Major threats – Christianity & Westernisation Infiltration of alien ideas creating disharmony in the traditional society
  37. 37. Major threats – Christianity & Westernisation Erosion of traditional values
  38. 38. Major threats – Christianity & Westernisation Conversion through subversive methods Drugs and drinks becoming rampant
  39. 39. Major threats – Christianity & Westernisation Influx of Bangladeshi Muslims into Assam and Meghalaya – its impact on Arunachal Pradesh
  40. 40. T he need for concerted effort T here is a need for a concerted resistance by all nationalist forces to stop this onslaught by the missionaries. All well-meaning people and various service organisations inside and outside Arunachal should raise their voice against this devious method of conversion adopted by Christian organisations. They should also take very effective steps to counter their moves by making aware more local Arunachali people the danger they are facing and by bringing them closer to each other and unify them through various activities. Towards this end, the Kendra has instituted, long. term activities which it proposes to expand to meet the increased challenge from anti-national forces.
  41. 41. R ole of Vivekananda Kendra Vivekananda Kendra is associated with Arunachal for the last 32 years. Its role has been highly valued in the state
  42. 42. R ole of Vivekananda Kendra Since 1974, Vivekananda Kendra has given utmost importance to Arunachal and has been rendering service to the people of Arunachal through educational, social and cultural programmes.
  43. 43. R ole of Vivekananda Kendra Vivekananda Kendra is currently running 19 residential and 3 non-residential school in the state for Arunachal students.
  44. 44. R ole of Vivekananda Kendra Thirty life-workers of Vivekananda Kendra who have dedicated their life for the nation are working in the remotest parts of North-East.
  45. 45. V ivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas Man-Making Education
  46. 46. V ivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas Over 8000 students in 22 Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas in Arunachal Pradesh
  47. 47. V ivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas
  48. 48. V ivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas
  49. 49. A run Jyoti Arun Jyoti is an extensive mass contact and public awareness program, initiated in 1993.
  50. 50. A run Jyoti - To develop effective contact with Arunachalee people through various service activities, unify them and thereby get their active co-operation for the Nation Building activities.
  51. 51. A run Jyoti TIRAP LOHIT SIANG SUBANSIRI KAMENG Longding Khonsa Deomali Changlang Bordumsa Miao Wakro Tezu Pasighat Anini Roing Along Mebo Ziro Dumporijo Itanagar Daporijo Doimukh Seijosa Seppa
  52. 52. <ul><li>ANAUPACHARIK SHIKSHA MANCH </li></ul><ul><ul><li>SWASTHYA SEVA MANCH </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>MAHILA MANCH </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>YUVA MANCH </li></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>SAMSKRITIK MANCH </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul>A run Jyoti
  53. 53. A run Jyoti ANAUPACHARIK SHIKSHA MANCH For informal education – to instill moral and character-building values through Balwadis, Samskar Vargas, Personality Development Camps, Teacher’s Orientation Camps, Yoga Varga and Yoga Prashikshan Varga.
  54. 54. A run Jyoti SWASTHYA SEVA MANCH To promote healthcare through medical camps, mobile van, vaccination camps, eye camps, ENT Camps benefitting over 12000 persons annually
  55. 55. A run Jyoti MAHILA MANCH Vocational Training Centres train women to be self-reliant and culturally vibrant. Matru sammelan & Mahila Jagriti Shibirs are also organised.
  56. 56. A run Jyoti YUVA MANCH Motivating youth by associating them in various activities to channelise their innate dynamism and idealism for the development of society. Samuhik Surya Namaskars, Youth Camps, Motivation Camps, Concentration Development Camps, Personality Development camps, Padayatras, Cultural Competitions .
  57. 57. A run Jyoti SAMSKRITIK MANCH For promotion and preservation of Culture – Continuity and Change – Development through Culture – Shiva Pooja, Saraswati Pooja, Gita Competitions, Swadhyaya Vargas.
  58. 58. V ivekananda Kendra Institute of Culture – Arunachal Chapter Vivekananda Kendra Institute of Culture, in Guwahati, Assam – has embarked upon the task of tracing and recording the uniqueness of the rich cultural threads of cultural continuum of the North Eastern Region with national main stream.
  59. 59. A runachal Bandhu Parivar W ith the objective of creating mass awareness in the rest of Bharat about Arunachal Pradesh, Kendra intends to form ‘Friends of Arunachal’ groups – Arunachal Bandhu Parivar – all over India.
  60. 60. A runachal Bandhu Parivar W e appeal to all our nationalistic friends to join us in the “Arunachal Bandhu Parivar”.
  61. 61. S ave A runachal S ave B harat S ave D harma A Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari Presentation

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