The two-day long 4th edition of Northeast Fiesta which started from 20th of April to 21 of April ended with a solemn note which was organized by Northeast Students’ Organization, Jalandhar in association with Viva Collage Jalandhar.
With the aim of Celebrating Culture, Connecting People and Transforming LIFE, this extravaganza NORTHEAST FIESTA, the biggest carnival of Northeast India in Punjab was organized to showcase the cultural diversity of all the Northeastern states of India to all the people of Punjab with a cultural exchange program to foster integrity, prosperity and excellence.
During the day time Carnival, handicraft, handloom, art, traditional sport, photography and tourism exhibition was presented from all the eight states. All the 8 states presented their traditional folk music and dance and mesmerized the guest and the local visitors. A few Northeast based music bands and also from Jalandhar participated in both days.
A discussion session on relevant topics of Northeast which was discussed and the eminent speaker from various startup such as Zerocubes Studios, Totell, Axom Arunachal resort and nursery from Northeast region spoke about the importance of trade and commerce in the Northeast.
Dr Jai Inder Singh the chief guest of the event, Honorable SDM of Phagwara, Punjab congratulated the students for bringing the cultural diversity of Northeast in Punjab and expressed best wishes for the success of this festival. Famous hindi rock band ‘The Dakoha Stop’ enthralls the audience with their numbers.
Talented designers Linthoi from Manipur presented her fashion line up and also cultural fashion show was displayed by the 8 northeastern states. Cultural folk dance and folk song from eight northeastern states was showcased during the 4th edition of Northeast Fiesta.
Singing talents from Northeast such as Ophilia Kharluki from Meghalaya and Fable from Nagaland enthralled the audience of Punjab. ‘Northeast Fiesta is a platform to bridge the gap between the Northeastern States of India and showcased the cultural beauty of respective states to the people here in Punjab and also provide a platform for young talented designers, singers and many more’ as told by Komal Chutia the Head of Media and Publicity, Totell.