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Bamboo Dance
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The Mizo cultural dance performed by M.I.T Computer Centre Cultural Troupe in the Magazine released Function held at LT Resort Mizoram Source: YouTube | By: Dence thanga
Sandeep Jigdung
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“Art is the only way to run away without leaving home,” famously remarked American author Twyla Tharp. Her lines resonate more true in the works of Sandeep Jigdung as his paintings extensively draws from his home town that is ensconced...
Apatani Tribe
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The Apatanis are settled in the lower Subansiri district of Arunachal and are one of the most advancing tribes of the state. There are no literary sources regarding the origin and migration of the Apatanis and the archaeological evidences are too...
Rongali
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Rongali, a three-day festival promoting tourism and showcasing the essence of Assam’s diverse culture is a concerted effort to create a niche in the country’s annual tourism festival circuit attracting people from across the country and...
folk dance
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Bhortal folk dance of Assam Source: YouTube | By: WildFilmsIndia
Basar
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Basar Residency, bringing together a community of creative people in Arunachal Pradesh, will conclude with a celebration themed on a confluence of traditional and contemporary arts. Gumin Rego Kilaju (GRK), a local organisation in Basar, in the...
AIE River Winter Festival
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The Bongaigaon & Chirang Music Alliance organized their first ever winter river festival ‘AIE River Winter festival 2017 on 14th and 15th of January, 2017. The festival has given a massive boost to the tourism and regional...
Yemshe Harvest Festival
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In the northeastern state of Nagaland, several indigenous tribes live. These tribes are particular about adhering to their age old customs, traditions and religious beliefs despite exposure to Christianity and outside world. The Pochury Naga tribe...
Assamese communities
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The ancestor worship among the Ahoms is called Me-Dam-Me-Phi which is celebrated on January 31 every year. Literally, ‘Me’ means worship, ‘Dam’ means the dead, and ‘Phi’ means God. That is, the dead ones are...
Voice of Nagaland
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Voice of Nagaland As One Source: YouTube | By: Naga Land
Alex Shimray
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Alex Shimray is one of the biggest names in the tattoo industry and has made a name for himself in the country and has tattooed many Indian celebrities. He has also tattooed some international football players and many Indian cricketers. He has...
Bat Killing
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Arunachal's 200-year-old “Bat Killing” festival Source: YouTube | By: WildFilmsIndia

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