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Christmas
Northeast Staff Curator 0
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The Significance of Christmas is known to men, all over the world. Though it is true that Christmas is celebrated as the day of the Birth of Christ into this world, yet it also symbolizes a very deeply significant truth of the spiritual...
Na Khowa
Guwahati Staff Curator 36
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With the mercury dipping, people in Assam, particularly in the rural areas, are switching to celebration mode with the Na Khowa festival, an age-old ritual of community feasts organised to thank the gods for a good harvest. The Na Khowa festival is...
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Northeast Srikant Mohanty 78
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“There is no surer foundation for a beautiful relationship than a mutual taste in literature”.                                        ...
Christmas
Northeast Sumit Das 59
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So, it is that time of the year again! Bright lights and soothing carols, the smell of cakes and above all a pleasant feel good feeling that slowly saturates the air and lives on till you dance it off on New Year’s eve. Christmas is here and...
Losoong
Gangtok Arnab Ghosh 0
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Sikkim is a hilly landlocked state located in India’s northeast corner which is rich in culture. The various tribes in the state adhere to their ancient customs and so they celebrate a number of festivals at various months of the year. However...
Nongkrem dance
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Hundreds of locals recently thronged the Smit, the cultural centre for Khasi Hills in Meghalaya, to witnesses one of the most ancient and grand festivals of the indigenous Khasi tribe, the Nongkrem dance festival, here. The festival...
Tamang Dance
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A documentary film by Rupak Jyoti & Dharmabhusan Gazmere   Source: YouTube | By: Rupak Jyoti  
Bhutia dance
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Bhutia tribes from Sikkim performs at the Red Panda Winter Festival in Sikkim. Bhutia tribes usually are from Tibetan origin. They migrated to Sikkim in the 16th century. They inhabited the northern part of Sikkim where they are known as the...
Khasi
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Considering the richness and the identity of the Khasi community that are traced to be of the Mon Khmer ancestry, it has become a common understanding that the word Khasi is synonymous with Meghalaya. Yet, we forget that in the neighbouring country...
Amazing Kaleidoscope of Cultures
Northeast Srikant Mohanty 33
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Scenic Blue Mountains, ivory snow, luscious greenery, stunning valleys, mighty rivers, thick forests, magnificent waterfalls, wonderful caves, attractive wildlife, great traditions, customs, and rituals, impressive monuments, and eye-catching...
Hornbill Festival
Kohima Staff Curator 3,365
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Hornbill festival of Nagaland, which is named after one of the most venerated bird species in the state. The festival is one of the largest celebrations of indigenous warrior tribes of the state. The festival is organized under the aegis of State...
Orange Festival
Itanagar Staff Curator 0
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Touted as India’s first outdoor adventure and music festival, the Orange Festival of Adventure & Music is returning to the northeastern state Arunachal Pradesh. Starting from Thursday, the third edition of the fest, supported by Arunachal...

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