Itanagar: Three artisans from Arunachal Pradesh will be showcasing a live demonstration of the unique traditional crafts in the annual India- Japan Summit which will be held in Guwahati, Assam on December 16, in which Prime Ministers of India and Japan are expected to attend.
From Arunachal Pradesh, two headgear from the Nyishi and Adi tribes have been selected for live demonstration of work in progress of the craft/ trade in the working stations. This was informed by NEC, Shillong over a video conference with the chief secretary of Arunachal Pradesh on Friday.
It was also informed that the finest headgear from Arunachal Pradesh stall/station will be presented by the craftsmen to the two Prime Ministers.
Stating the occasion as a great opportunity to showcase the unique and beautiful traditional craft of Arunachal Pradesh in an international platform, chief secretary Naresh Kumar later asked industry secretary NT Glow to further incorporate the display of other headgears of different tribes at the background of the stall.
The chief secretary further suggested the industry secretary that the artisans should be dressed in their traditional attires.
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