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Tattoo artistes
Northeast Srikant Mohanty 118
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“Tattoos are like stories-they are symbolic of the important moments of your life. Sitting down, talking about where you got each tattoo and what it symbolizes, is really beautiful.”      -Pamela Anderson When the young...
Norden Sherpa
Gangtok Staff Curator 0
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30 year old Norden Sherpa was a young student of traditional(thanka and other) arts, he didn’t even dream that his paint brush would make him travel across the world. Now he is a painter who travels across the country and in different parts...
folk dance
Guwahati Staff Curator 39
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Tea estate workers from Assam enthral audience with folk dances at the Octave 2017 cultural festival   From the tea estates of Assam, came the dancers crossing the mountain to reach the coast of Bay of Bengal. In their traditional attire,...
Maha Shivratri
Guwahati Staff Curator 43
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Along with the rest of the country, Maha Shivratri was celebrated across the state on Friday with gaiety and religious fervour. Thousands of devotees thronged Shiva temples and paid obseisance to Lord Shiva and made offerings to the deity. Related...
Karbi Youth Festival
Guwahati Staff Curator 43
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The end eventually punched the clock for the ravishing 5 day- festival leaving untold wistful memories for the attendees, participants, guest and organizers of Karbi Youth Festival 2017. It marked the rare dubiety about the amazing time relished by...
Maati Centre
Guwahati Staff Curator 0
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“If your stories are good and I’m sure it will be welcomed . The region has a huge potential But the gaps has to be shortened Or rather filled.” These are the words of Pabitra Lama...
Indian martial art
Imphal Staff Curator 0
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 Folk dancers from Manipur perform Thang Ta, an Indian martial art at the 31st Surajkund Mela in Faridabad, Haryana.  Thang Ta--"The Art of the Sword and Spear"-- is the traditional martial art of Manipur in Northeast India. It...
Ima Keithel
Imphal Staff Curator 70
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A unique commercial complex, the Mother’s Market has been functioning for 500 years in Imphal, the capital city of the north-eastern Indian state, Manipur. Run entirely by women, it is a marketplace rooted in history and speaking of women...
illuminate
Agartala Staff Curator 50
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Born in a middle-class family in Agartala, Anmay Saha has opted for engineering course after his schooling. Only few months left Anmay to get his B.Tech course certificate, but now he made up his mind to share his creative ideas before the country...
Lui-Ngai-Ni
Imphal Staff Curator 0
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One of the biggest and age-old festivals of spring in Manipur, 'Lui-Ngai-Ni', was celebrated with great zeal across tribal inhabited areas of the state. The festival saw a mix of dance and music performances and gave the participants a...
Tamladu festival
TEZU The Arunachal Times 0
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Tamladu, the main festival of the Mishmi community was celebrated with much gaiety at Tamladu Ground on Tuesday. It is mainly celebrated to propitiate the deities for peace and prosperity of mankind. Art & Culture Minister and chief patron of...
Konyaks
Kohima Staff Curator 45
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When you think of a tribal community, or 'adivasis' as they're known in popular parlance here, the images that come to mind are of a face-painting, primitive people. This imagery, perhaps, has something to do with folk tales,...

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