[su_quote style=”default” cite=”” url=”” class=””]Don Bosco group has done a wonderful and amazing work by showing the culture, ecosystem, historical personalities and behaviour of the tribal peoples. I saw all the collection of weapons and agricultural system also. It’s really a paradise on earth having the beauty of Brahmaputra rivers, waterfalls, Garo, Khasi, Jayanta and Shillong Hills with the much and dense greenery of Meghalaya.
I really appreciate the Don Bosco group and their dream to show the cultures and habits of the people at one time. I also appreciate the DBCIC director Fr. Manoj and deputy director Sr. Teresa for their full cooperation.[/su_quote]
Hon’ble Deputy Speaker
Haryana Vidhan Sabha
Dated: June 10, 2017
[su_quote style=”default” cite=”” url=”” class=””]Thank you for taking the time to show us the museum. It is indeed an educative and informative museum on the North East, its tribes and peoples. Even if our trip was short, we learned a lot. We will visit again to spend some more time in the museum.
All the best to Don Bosco Museum.[/su_quote]
Ma. Teresita C. Daza
Ambassador of the Philippines to India
Dated: June 02, 2017
A farewell reception for DBCIC director Rev. Fr. Joseph Puthenpurakal SDB was held at Don Bosco Museum, Mawlai on May 27, 2017 at 6:30pm, thanking him for his dedicated service as Director of Don Bosco Museum and his many contributions to the Don Bosco Centre for Indigenous Cultures (DBCIC) over the last seventeen years (2000-2017).