Hornbill Festival, Kaziranga National Park, Hornbill Festival Tours, Nagaland Tourism
The colorful attire of the tribes of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India

The State of Nagaland in addition to being blessed with abundant resources of Mother Nature is also a State with a rich heritage and diverse culture. The indigenous people or the legendary Tribes of Nagaland have practiced and preserved their rituals and practices from times immemorial and once you travel across the local villages of Nagaland the culture and heritage of these Naga Tribes will leave any visitor enthralled! From their traditional festivals, unique attire, food habits, customary head gears, practices of livelihood, etc. the indigenous tribes of Nagaland have certain distinct features which separates them from the other tribes of North East India characterized by their strong warrior traditions. These tribes of Nagaland give the State its true identity which still remains an undiscovered part of India. A State with people belonging to warrior clans yet friendly and soulful that they greet each visitor with a warm smile and surely offer a mug of Rice Beer!

Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
The traditional Rice Beer of the Tribes of Nagaland on offering with smoked Meat ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India

The Nagas were true warriors who fought and defended their land against all invasions proving that loyalty was in the blood of the people of Nagaland. Belonging to several clans, the Nagas defended their own clan with their own blood. The practice of Head Hunting was prevalent among the Nagas wherein during battles with other clans, the warrior used to chop off the heads of the opposing warrior and bring it back to the local village to be kept at the village Morung. Later they would adorn these skulls as a mark of their bravery and the warrior with the largest collection of skull was generally considered the most powerful warrior of the village. Among the Konyak tribes of Nagaland, they would be awarded with customary tattoos on their faces marking their bravery and hard earned feats.

Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
The Ritualistic Tattoos of the Konyak Warrior Tribes of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India

Each of these tribes of Nagaland can be distinguished with their attire. These tribes have their own distinct attire with a signature Headgear and custom Jewelries. The Konyaks of Nagaland can be most easily identified with their facial tattoos. Each tribe of Nagaland have their own traditional harvest festival that is celebrated with great pomp and vigor. In order to witness the rich culture and heritage of all the 16 tribes of Nagaland under one common roof one can visit the ‘Festival of Festivals’ – the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland held every year in December where the tribes of Nagaland conglomerate to exhibit their culture and traditional practices at the Naga Heritage Village of Kisama, Kohima, Nagaland, India!

Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
The colorful outfits and jewelry of the Tribes of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India

The Major Tribes of Nagaland are ~

1| The Angami Naga Tribe of Nagaland

Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
The Traditional Headgear and attire of the Angami Tribes of Nagaland ~ Khonoma ~ Nagaland ~ India

The Angamis are a major Naga ethnic group of Nagaland and inhabit the Dimapur and Kohima town of Nagaland. The Angamis form one of the largest tribal populations of the State of Nagaland. The Angami Nagas are traditionally warriors and belonged to the Head Hunting community of earlier Nagaland. The Angamis  of Nagaland practice Christianity as their faith. The Angamis of Dimapur and Kohima have adopted a modern way of living and occupy offices across the Government of Nagaland.

The primary festival celebrated by the Angami tribe of Nagaland is the Sekrenyi. A 10 day long festival of feasting and merriment, the Sekrenyi festival takes place after harvest and falls on the 25th day of the month of January/February. Festivities include singing, dancing and hunting. Rice Beer and meat form a part oft the cuisine during the festivities.

2| The Ao Naga Tribe of Nagaland

Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
The Legendary Ao Tribes of Mokokchung district of Nagaland ~ Mokochung ~ Nagaland ~ India

​The Aos are another major Naga tribe of Nagaland. The Ao Nagas inhabit the Mokokchung district of Nagaland and are believed to be the first tribes of Naglaand to embrace Christianity as their religion. The Ao Nagas are primarily dependent on agriculture as their primary occupation. Similar to the Angamis, the Aos also occupy major offices in the Government of Nagaland. The Aos celebrate many festivals across the year most revolving around the harvest season.

Moatsu Mong is the major festival celebrated by the Ao tribes of Nagaland, celebrated in the month of May every year, Moatsu Mong is a festival full of merry making and fun marked by peppy song and dance numbers.

3| The Konyak Naga Tribe of Nagaland

Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
The Ritualistic Tattoos of the Konyak Warrior Tribes of Nagaland ~ Mon ~ Nagaland ~ India

​​The Konyaks have the largest population among the Naga tribes of Nagaland. The Konyaks of Nagaland inhabit the Mon district of Nagaland and were known to be the fiercest head hunting tribes among the Nagas at par with the Sumi Nagas. In the practice of head hunting, the Konyaks often attacked nearby villages of the other tribes and took the heads of the opposing warriors as trophies to hang in a communal house. The more number of heads indicated better the power. The Konyaks is one of the richest culture among all the North East Indian Tribes. The Konyak Nagas are characterized by their tattoos which they have over their faces and hands. These tattoos were carved as a symbol of taking an enemy’s head.

The principal festival of the Konyak tribe of Nagaland is known as Aoleang and is celebrated every year in the month of April. Aoleang marks the end of the Konyak calendar year and beginning of a new year. Spread across six days of festivity, the Konyaks celebrate Aoleang with great pomp and visor. Aoleang showcases the rich culture and heritage of the Konyaks of Nagaland and aims to promote peace, culture and progress.

4| The Sumi Naga Tribe of Nagaland

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The Legendary Sumi Naga tribes of Zunheboto district of Nagaland ~ Zunheboto ~ Nagaland ~ India. Image ~ Arif Siddiqui

With a population of over 300,000 the Sumi Nagas are another major Naga tribe of Nagaland. The Sumi Nagas mostly inhabit the Zunheboto district of Nagaland along with Dimapur, Kohima, Wokha and Mokokchung districts. Sumi Nagas also inhabit a major part in the district of Tinsukia in Assam. The Lalpahar Sumi Naga village at Tipong is one of the primary settlements of the Sumi Nagas in Assam and outside of Nagaland. The Sumi Nagas like other Naga tribes practiced head hunting and were considered the most feared head hunting tribe of Nagaland. The Sumi Nagas practice Christianity as their faith.

Two popular festivals of the Sumi Nagas are (i) Tuluni and (ii) Ahuna. Both these are based on the harvest seasons. Tuluni is celebrated in the month of July to mark a bountiful harvest while Ahuna is celebrated in the month of November marking the post harvest season and marks a time when all food items, grain and vegetables from a year long farming are collected and stored in the granary.

​5| The Pochury Naga Tribe of Nagaland

Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
The Naga tribes of Phek district of Nagaland ~ Zunheboto ~ Nagaland ~ India

Pochury is a Naga tribe of Nagaland inhabiting the Phek district of Nagaland. The Pochury Nagas are a composite tribe formed by three Naga communities viz. Kopu, Kunchu and Khuri. The Pochury Nagas are basically an agrarian community and are dependent on agriculture and animal husbandry. The Pochury Nagas also practice hunting and fishing as their major occupations.

The major festival celebrated by the Pochury Nagas is the Yemshni which is their annual traditional festival. Other traditional festival of the Pochury Nagas is the Nazu. Being Christians the Pochury Nagas celebrate Christmas every year.

6| The Phom Naga Tribe of Nagaland

Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
The Phom Naga tribal Girls of Yongnyah village of Nagaland ~ Yongnyah ~ Nagaland ~ India

The Phom Nagas inhabit the State of Nagaland and their territory lies between the Konyaks, Aos and the Changs. The Phom Nagas have a major population in the village of Yongnyeh in Nagaland.

The Phom Nagas are engaged in agriculture as their primary occupation and they practice jhum cultivation. The Phom Nagas are also good at pottery, spinning and bamboo handicrafts.

The major festival celebrated by the Phom tibe of Nagaland is the Mohu. Other important Phom Naga tribe festivals are Moha, Bongrum and Paangmo.

7| The Chang Naga Tribe of Nagaland

Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
The Chang Nagas of Tuensang district of Nagaland ~ Tuensang ~ Nagaland ~ India

The Changs are a tribe of Nagaland inhabiting the Tuensang district of Nagaland. Their primary settlement is to be found at Mozungjami village of Tuensang.

The Chang Nagas are mostly Christians. THe Chang nagascelebrae six major festivals namely Naknyu lem, Po-anglum, Jeinyu lem, Muong lem, Monyu lem and Kundang lem.

8| The Rengma Naga Tribe of Nagaland

Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
The Rengma Nagas of Tseminyu region of Nagaland ~ Tuensang ~ Nagaland ~ India

The Rengma tribe of Nagaland inhabit the region of Tseminyu in Nagaland. The Rengmas have a total population of around 56,000 and are spread across the State of Nagaland and Assam. The Rengma Nagas are believed to have immigrated from the Yunan province of China. The Rengmas of Nagaland are expert in terrace cultivation.

The most important festival of the Rengma Nagas is the Ngada. The Ngada is a harvest festival celebrated in the month of November. The festivities include singing and dancing and consuming rice beer.

9| The Zeliangrong Naga Tribe of Nagaland

Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
The Zeliangrong Nagas of Peren district of Nagaland ~ Peren ~ Nagaland ~ India

The Zeliangrong tribe of Nagaland is a combined group of the Zeme, Liangmai and Rongmei tribes of Nagaland. The Zeliangrong tribes inhabit the Peren district of Nagaland and also the cities of Dimapur and Kohima. The population of the Zeliangrong also extend to the North Cachar Hills of Assam and in parts of Manipur. The Zeliangrongs have a population of around 450,000 making them one of the large group of ethnic Naga tribes.

The most important festivals of the Zeliangrong tribes of Nagaland are the Chagaa and the Hega N’gi.

10| The Mao Naga Tribe of Nagaland

Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
The Mao Naga people of Nagaland ~ Nagaland ~ India

The Mao Nagas are spread across the States of Nagaland, Manipur extending upto the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. The Mao Nagas often refer themselves as the Meimei tribe.

The most important festival celebrated by the Mao Naga tribe of Nagaland is the festival of Chiithuni.

11| The Maram Naga Tribe of Nagaland

Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
The Maram Naga people of Nagaland ~ Nagaland ~ India

Known for their rich cultural heritage the Maram Naga tribe of Nagaland inhabit the villages around the Maram area in Nagaland. The Maram Nagas have a total population of around 37,000 making them one of the minority Naga tribes. The Marams of Nagaland speak the Maram language. The Maram Naga tribes of Nagaland are known for their practice of wet rice cultivation on the terraces of the hill slopes.

The most important festival of the Maram Naga tribes of Nagaland based on harvest seasons are the Ponghi, Mangkang and the Kanghi festivals.

12| The Yimchunger Naga Tribe of Nagaland

Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
The Yimchunger Naga people of Tuensang district of Nagaland ~ Nagaland ~ India

The Yimchunger tribe of Nagaland inhabit the Tuensang district of Nagaland. Having a rich cultural heritage the traditions and customs of the Yimchunger tribe of Nagaland have been able to grab a lot of tourist attraction and their rituals are a prime attraction at the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland.

The most important harvest festival of the Yimchunger tribe of Nagaland is the Metemneo festival celebrated in the month of November every year.

13| The Khiamniungan Naga Tribe of Nagaland

Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
The Khiamniungan Naga people of Noklak district of Nagaland ~ Nagaland ~ India

The Khiamniungan Nagas are a minority tribal group of Nagaland inhabiting the Tuensang district of Nagaland.

The important festivals of the Khiamniungan tribe of Nagaland are the Miu festival and the Tsokum festival.

14| The Sangtam Naga Tribe of Nagaland

Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
The Sangtam Naga people of Kiphire district of Nagaland ~ Nagaland ~ India

The Sangtam Nagas are another major tribe of Nagaland inhabiting the Tuensang and Kiphire districts of Nagaland. There are a total of around 62 Sangtam Naga villages in Nagaland. The Sangtam Nagas are expert in the Jhum or shifting cultivation.

The Sangtam Nagas celebrate around twelve festivals in a year with the most important being the Amongmong festival.

15| The Lotha Naga Tribe of Nagaland

Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
The Lotha Naga Tribes of Wokha district of Nagaland ~ Nagaland ~ India

The Lotha Nagas are an important Naga tribe inhabiting the Wokha district of Nagaland. Believed to have immigrated from Eastern China and settled near the Wotha area of Nagaland. The total population of the Lotha tribe is around 548,000 making it one among the dominant Naga tribes of Nagaland.

The Lothas like the other Naga tribes also practiced Head Hunting. The Lothas today are renowned for their colorful dances and folk songs. The primary festival celebrated by the Lotha tribes of Nagaland is the Toko Emong celebrated for nine days in the month of November.

Sample Itinerary for your visit to Nagaland to witness the rich Culture, Traditions & Heritage of the Tribes of Nagaland ~

Day 1 ~ Dibrugarh –  Namphake Village

Arrive at Dibrugarh Airport. Upon arrival you will be greeted by our representative offering you a warm welcome in traditional Assamese style. From the Dibrugarh Airport travel to the Namphake Village at Naharkatia in Assam. Namphake Village is inhabited by the Tai Phake Tribes of Assam. The Tai Phake people of Namphake Village are Buddhist people of Tai origin of Thailand. There are around 150 families living in the Tai Phake villages. The village folk here speak a very distinct dialect akin to that spoken by people of Thailand. A very beautiful monastery is located here which is used as a meditation center.

Night Stay: Tai Phake Eco Camp at Namphake Village

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 2 ~ Namphake Village – Sivasagar

Today spend the first half of your day at the Namphake village witnessing the rich culture and heritage of the Tai Phake Tribes. After lunch proceed to Sivasagar – the Land of the mighty Ahom Dynasty of Assam.

Night Stay: Hotel Piccolo at Sivasagar

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 3 ~ Sivasagar – Jorhat

​Sivasagar – the Land of Ahom Royals is a wonderful experience. The Attractions in Sivasagar are Shiva Dol, Kareng Ghar, Talatal Ghar, Rang Ghar, Joy dol and Joysagar Pukhuri (Largest man made pond in the World). Admire the Architectural wonders of the Ahom Kingdom at Sivasagar and later depart to Jorhat.

Night Stay: Hotel MD’s Continental at Jorhat

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 4 ~ Jorhat to Mon in Nagaland

This day, we will enter the Nagaland, in Mon District and is the stronghold of the proud Konyak tribe, one of largest tribes of Nagaland. The road is bumpy and takes time to reach Mon from Jorhat. By late afternoon, reach Mon and check in hotel.

Night Stay: Comfortable Hotel at Mon

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 5 ~ Explore Mon

Full day explore Mon including Chui and Longwa villages. Here former head-hunters with their tattooed faces and big horns in their ears can still be admired. Mon offers the best opportunity for finding semi-traditional villages and tattooed warriors in loincloths. They are famous for their craftsmanship in making wood carvings, necklaces etc. The Mon landscape has the densest landscape in Nagaland and the plains of Assam can be delightfully viewed from high up in the hills. The district’s largest village, Longwa, is situated right on the Myanmar (Burma) border. Konyaks are still ruled by hereditary chiefs known as Anghs. The Angh (king) of Longwa commands about 50 villages from both the side.

Night Stay: Comfortable Hotel at Mon

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 6 ~ Mon – Mokokchung

Morning move to Mokokchung, the home of Ao tribe of Nagaland, is situated at an altitude of 1,325 Meters above the sea level. Mokokchung town is the third most important urban hub in Nagaland. They are famous for their colorful dances.

Night Stay: Comfortable Hotel/Homestay at Mokokchung

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 7 ~ Explore Mokokchung

Explore Mokokchung. Visit Mopungchuket Village, perhaps the best kept village in Nagaland. Often referred to as Ao heartland, you can absorb yourself in tribal culture here. Every house opens onto a well tended garden, and the people are accustomed to visitors and welcome a chat. Also visit Longkham village. The villagers are very friendly in nature and they feel proud to showcase their rich handicrafts and handlooms to the visitors.

Night Stay: Comfortable Hotel/Homestay at Mokokchung

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 8 ~ Mokokchung – Touphema

Today we travel to the Touphema village.Touphema village is an ancient heritage village of Nagaland inhabited by the Angami tribes of Nagaland. Touphema is a beautiful hillock that promotes the culture and heritage of the Angamis of Nagaland. At Touphema, explore the local Angami village and savor local Angami Naga cuisine.

Night Stay:Basic Homestay at Touphema Village

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 9 ~ Touphema Village – Khonoma – Dzuleke

After breakfast travel to Khonoma village. Khonoma village is well known for the efforts of the local villagers in conservation of forests and ban on hunting in Nagaland. Considered to be around 700 years old, tihe Khonoma village was the last stand of the Naga warriors against the British. The Khonoma fort is a standing testimony to this stand of the Nagas. Local Naga wrestling can be experienced at the Khonoma village. Later in the day we travel to Dzuleke. Dzukeke is another Angami village of Nagaland. Dzuleke Eco-Tourism board (DETB) is helping the village marking its own identity in the tourism sector.

Night Stay: Basic Homestay at Dzuleke

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 10 ~ Dzuleke – Benreu – Dzuleke

Early morning travel to the village of Benreu. Benreu is the home of the Zeliangrong tribe of Nagaland who comprise of the Zeme, Liangme and Rongme tribes of Nagaland. Explore the local villages and learn about the life and culture of the Zeliangrong tribe of Nagaland. Travel back to Dzuleke.

Night Stay: Basic Homestay at Dzuleke

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 11 ~ Dzuleke – Kohima

After Breakfast travel to the capital of Nagaland at Kohima. Kohima is also inhabited by the modern day Angami Nagas of Nagaland. At Kohima visit the Kohima World War II Cemetery, the Kohima Cathedral and the Kisama Heritage Village.

Night Stay: Comfortable Hotel/Homestay at Kohima

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 12 ~ Kohima – Kaziranga National Park

After Breakfast we continue on our journey to Kaziranga National Park in Assam. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kaziranga National Park is home to the pride of Assam – the Endangered One Horned Rhinoceros. Along the drive sight the majestic Tea gardens of Assam. Arrive at Kaziranga National Park. Check into your Hotel/Guest House at Kaziranga National Park. Evening we will visit the Kaziranga Orchid and Biodiversity Park. The Kaziranga Orchid and Biodiversity Park is the largest orchid park in India. Also witness traditional folk songs and folk dances of Assam here.

Night Stay: Comfortable Hotel/Guest House at Kaziranga National Park

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 13 ~ Kaziranga National Park – Guwahati

Early morning we will go for an Elephant Safari into the interiors of the Kaziranga National Park from the Bagori Safari range. After breakfast, go for a Jeep Safari into the park interiors from the Kohora Safari Range. Buy souvenirs of your visit to North East India and carry home the finest quality of Assam Tea from the Hathikuli Retail outlet at Kaziranga National Park. Proceed to Guwahati.

Night Stay: Hotel NE Zone at Guwahati

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 14 ~ Kamakhya Temple and Depart

After an early breakfast we will proceed to visit the Kamakhya Temple. Among the 51 Shakti Peethas of the Indian Subcontinent, the Kamakhya Temple is the most revered Temple shrine across North East India famous for its cult of Tantric practices and home to the Eastern Mahakumbh – the Ambubachi Mela celebrated every year in the month of Asad or June. Pay your respects at the Kamakhya Temple. Later we drop you off at the Guwahati Airport for your onward destination. Tour Ends. Bid Adieu!

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Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
Exquisite Headgears and Handlooms of the Naga people at the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
Lotha Naga tribal youth at the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
Naga warriors perform traditional warrior dance at the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
A Naga tribal lady weaves exquisite handlooms at the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
Dimasa Kachari Tribal ladies perform a traditional dance at the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
Sumi Naga Tribal ladies perform a traditional dance at the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
Angami Naga tribal youth at the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
Mizo Girls with their exquisite attire at the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
A popular form of a Naga warrior dance at the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
Zeliangrong Nagas of Nagaland perform traditional dance at the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
Angami Nagas of Nagaland perform traditional dance at the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
A Tribe of Nagaland perform traditional music and dance at the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
Sumi Naga warriors performing traditional dance at the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
Chang Naga people performing traditional dance at the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
Yimchunger Naga Warrior tribes performing traditional dance at the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
Sumi Naga Warrior tribes at the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
Phom Naga Tribals girls of Nagaland pose for a picture with a visitor ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
Tribes of Nagaland, Naga Tribes, Longwa Village, Hornbill Festival Nagaland
Naga Tribal ladies weaving exquisite handlooms ~ Kohima ~ Nagaland ~ India
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