The month-long observation began at KIMACS Head Office at Palace Compound in Imphal.
KIMACS on Friday stated that there will be no means to stop the spread of Delta variant if such measures are not initiated since there are still people who did not adhere to the Covid SOPs given by the state.
The Kanglei Indigenous Martial Arts and Cultural Society (KIMACS) has sought the Manipur government's action to ensure equal distribution of rice to all beneficiaries of PMGKAY and NFSA as many of them failed to get right amount of rice quantity distributed in the state.
Six student bodies, in a memorandum, stated that the absence of a regular vice chancellor has hampered the appointment of regular teaching and non-teaching staff, procurement of laboratory equipment and library books which are crucial for conducting online/offline classes for the students.
KIMACS president N Ajit said that state government has not taken up any initiation for recruitment of Thang-Ta teachers in the schools till date.
Not only at marriage ceremonies, Thang-Ta should not be performed as a piece of entertainment in public places, KIMACS said.
Social Welfare Minister O Henry said that people have started realising the significance of learning of Thang-Ta in terms of not just promoting culture but also in keeping oneself mentally and physically fit.