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The Hornbill Festival of Nagaland

Hornbill Festival is the premiere festival of Nagaland. The festival is a week long cultural extravaganza celebrated every year from Dec 1-7. Hornbill Festival provides a common platform for all the Naga tribes to come together under one roof and showcase their culture and tradition. It is hosted at the Naga Heritage Village, Kisama. What actually started as a cultural and traditional conglomeration of the Naga tribes has slowly emerged to be one of the biggest cultural festivals in the world. Hornbill Festival has evolved to a multicultural fiesta with cultural troupes of not only Nagaland but also the neighboring northeastern states of India, eastern European countries, and South East Asian countries performing and highlighting their cultural plight during this week long festival. Apart from the cultural events, other events like rock fest, adventure car rally, literature fest etc are organized during the festival. Hornbill Festival is simply culture and tradition exemplified and a must attend. Download this Hornbill Festival photobook for just $0.99.   Photo Credit:...

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Tripura is another landlocked northeastern state sharing its boundaries with Bangladesh on the north, south, and west, and  Assam and Mizoram to the east. Tripura has a rich cultural heritage. Agartala, the capital city, is the largest city in the state. Tripura is culturally fascinating with its diverse ethno-linguistic groups. The rich cultural heritage of music, fine arts, handicrafts and dance make Tripura an amazing place for art and culture enthusiasts. Tripura is indeed a cultural hotspot....

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Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh is an intriguing northeastern state and home to exotic and undiscovered scenic beauty. Arunachal shares its boundary with the states of Assam and Nagaland to the south, and international borders with Burma in the east, Bhutan in the west, and China in the north. Itanagar, the capital city, is the largest city in the state.  Arunachal has a rich and diverse flora and fauna. Tawang, Ziro, and Bomdila are major places of attractions in the state. The colorful culture, the magnificent monasteries, the vibrant festivals, and the unexplored scenic natural beauty makes Arunachal intriguingly interesting and mysterious. Arunachal is mysticism exemplified....

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Mizoram is a spectacular northeastern state abundant with natural beauty and rich with flora and fauna. Mizoram shares its boundaries with the Indian states of Tripura, Assam, Manipur and with the neighboring countries of Bangladesh and Burma. The scenic beauty of Mizoram is simply appealing. Aizawl, the capital city, is an idyllic city surrounded with scenic natural beauty. The serene calmness adds to the natural backdrop of this quiet city making it a great place worth exploring. The traditional festivals and music reverberates an interesting culture. The rolling hills, valleys, rivers and lakes simply make Mizoram spectacular and worth exploring. Mizoram is quaint and mystic....

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Meghalaya is simply mesmerizing and bedecked with beautiful mountain forests and waterfalls. The state shares its borders with Assam on the north and Bangladesh on the south. Shillong, the capital city, is one of the finest hill stations in the country and a very popular tourist hotspot. The beautiful lakes in and around Shillong are simply a refreshing sight. Shillong also has a deep rooted musical influence that travels through generations and genres. The state is abundant in waterfalls, pine grooves, gardens, lakes, wildlife, and is ideal for sports, angling, trekking and hiking. The temperate climate, the pleasant lakes, rumbling waterfalls, the soulful music – all make Meghalaya a wonderful experience.   Photo Credit: Umiam Lake  by eopath...

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all-day Manipur Statehood Day Women’s Po... @ Mapal Kangjeibung
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Jan 17 – Jan 21 all-day
Manipur Statehood Day Women's Polo Tournament @ Mapal Kangjeibung | Imphal | Manipur | India
Manipur Tourism organizes the women’s polo tournament every year to commemorate the Manipur statehood day. Manipur is the birthplace of modern Polo. Manipur Tourism will organize the 3rd Manipur Statehood Day Women’s Polo Tournament from January 17-21,[...]
all-day Lui Ngai Ni @ Senapati
Lui Ngai Ni @ Senapati
Feb 15 all-day
The Lui-Ngai-Ni Festival is one of the biggest festivals of the Nagas (Anal, Mao, Maram, Poumai, Tangkhul, Zemei, Liangmai, Rongmei, Puimei, Moyon, Monshang, Maring, Tarao, Lamkanq, Chothe, Kharam, Chiru, Koireng, and Thangal Naga tribes) of Manipur. Lui-Ngai-Ni Festival[...]
all-day Aoling Festival @ Mon
Aoling Festival @ Mon
Apr 1 – Apr 5 all-day
The Aoling Festival marks the arrival of spring season and the  start of new year for the Konyak tribe of Nagaland.

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