At Aizawl, Mizoram is commemorating Chapchar Kut, also known as Kut Pa, the largest and most significant event in the state.
There were numerous cultural acts and folk songs that remembered Mizo history and customs today on the festival’s second day.
More than 90 YMA branches participated, dancing the “Cheraw” (bamboo) and “Chawnglaizawn” dances.
During the event, “Chhawnghnawh,” a pre-Christian tradition of sharing boiled eggs, was also restored.
Attending the cultural events were Chief Minister Zoramthanga, Speaker of the Mizoram Legislative Assembly Lalrinliana Sailo, travellers from Bangladesh and Myanmar, Business20 representatives, and other travellers from India and abroad.
Speaking to the populace In an effort to bring together all Mizo tribes that are spread across India and the rest of the world, CM Zoramthanga has urged the Mizo people to forge a new beginning. He also expressed his hope that the celebration will bring everyone together.
The Chief Minister invited all Mizos to work together to carry out the festival’s “Zofate inpumkhatna” theme (Unification of the Zo people).
The CM also thanked the G20 ambassadors for attending the celebration and extended an invitation for them to return in the future to partake in the fun.
Also, he issued an invitation to the biggest celebration in the state to the refugees from Bangladesh and Myanmar.
He added that it is very amazing that the people and the state government worked together to host the B20 summit and Chapchar Kut in the state.