Sikkim’s history, culture, and tourism will be manifested during the golden jubilee celebration of Sikkim Students Association, Delhi (SSAD).
SSAD is a registered autonomous association formed in the year 1973 with the aim of working for the welfare and helping the students distressed for those students pursuing their higher education in different colleges and universities in Delhi and NCR region.
“ This is the first time ever in fifty years that an event of such magnitude is being organized. The preparation is on war footing ”said Regyal Tamang, the President of SSAD while taking with Sikkim Chronicle.
The event named“ Gaurav 23” will be held on April 12 in Delhi and will be attended by Sikkim’s chief Minister PS Tamang as the chief guest. The event will also see the attendance of official dignitaries.
“ Gaurav means pride, and we feel proud to represent our (Sikkim’s) rich culture and tradition in the National capital, Delhi. We are hoping that the said festival would also help people to understand and explore more about Sikkim” said Shayel Chettri, the Treasurer.
The event will also witness a musical concert by the Mantra band and the performance by the members of SSAD and different student organizations from North Eastern states including Ladakh and Nepal.
“ Also, an exhibition stalls of handicrafts and hand looms of North East states including Sikkim will be exhibited during the festival” the organizers