The WSPNC team is humbled by the jubilant response. Through this medium, we convey our heartfelt gratitude for making the first ever Poumai Folklore Story Writing Competition not just a dream but a reality.
To all our well wishers who have been with us through thick and thin in our endeavors, we owe you. We cherish your encouragements and promise to strategize your suggestions in our humble mission of conserving and promoting our rich cultural heritage.
To our esteemed panelist who had sacrificed their personal comforts and honored their time to evaluate the stories, your contributions and insights are greatly valued. We look forward to learn from you while working as a team in the near future.
To all our generous donors who have generously volunteered to be our event patrons, we are indebted. As you step up as our guardian angel, we pray, the almighty will abundantly grace your life with his choicest blessings.
Finally, to all the participants, in a competition not everyone emerges victorious, but for this WSPNC event, everyone of you is a winner. Thank you for been our inspiration. Congratulations, our dear cultural stewards and stewardess.
As delighted as we are to announce the result of the event, we offer our sincere apology for the convenient delay.
Here's the list of stories selected by the jury as winners.
3. Rone Kah
By default, every other participants are adjudged consolation prize winners.
We look forward to seeing each one of you at the Winter School of Poumai Naga Culture Program which we will be organized in one the coming days. Your presence will be highly solicited.
In collaboration with Tsiibe Foundation and School of Indigenous Philosophy