Nagaland’s hills are home to two vibrant and competing cultures Nagaland is a hill state in Northeast India. It attracts a multitude of tourists and visitors to the annual Hornbill Festival, the most important state festival, and the mountains comes alive with its vibrant colours, textiles, dances and cuisines. So crucial is the display of …
Dr Dolly Kikon is a political anthropologist at the University of Melbourne.
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