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Assam observes Me-dam-me-phi to pay homage

Assam observed Me-dam-me-phi on Tuesday to worship of ancestors by the Ahoms.


Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi participated in the community function held at Sukapha Nagar here and greeted the people of the state on the occasion.


Chief Minister highlighted the features of the festival and pointed out that there are many different tribes in the state.


Me-dam-me-phi is observed by the Ahoms on January 31 every year to pay obeisance to the ancestors and remember their contribution to society.


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