The central government’s Ek Bharat Shresth Bharat programme has been promoting India’s unity and diversity across the country. Sikkim has been paired with Delhi for cultural exchanges under the programme. A National Integration Camp is scheduled in the last week of February at Chemchey, South Sikkim as part of this campaign, where over 250 youth and 38 cultural troops will perform. Language learning sessions, cultural performances such as classical dances, folk music and art, and craft and costume exhibitions are also planned.

Such events aim to create nationwide opportunities for the youth irrespective of their caste, creed and culture to appreciate each others’ differences and promote a sense of unity. For Sikkim’s youth, the camp would be an opportunity to explore Delhi’s culture and tradition as well as to showcase their own lifestyle.

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