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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
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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
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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
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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...
Shad Nongkrem
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Ka Pomblang Nongkrem or ‘Shad Nongkrem’, the thanks giving festival of tribal Khasi was celebrated with traditional fanfare and fervour. Here are five facts about this elaborate festival of the Khasis: #1. Dressed in...
Winter festivals
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Northeast India- the land of enchanting lush valleys, rich biodiversity, capering waterfalls and serene hills that proudly rests in its mediocrity, is quite an ideal destination to stop, stare and flatter its beauty. The first beams of the morning...
Ahaia festival
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The much-awaited four-day Ahaia winter festival in Meghalaya began today with a mega carnival which showcased a vibrant culture, unity of religion and celebration of life. The carnival was flagged off by chief secretary Barkos Warjri in the...
Awe
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The stage is set for the much awaited “Winter festival’ of North Garo Hills (NGH) titled ‘Awe’ to be held in the town of Resubelpara, the district headquarter from Dec 13 onwards. The first day of the festival will see games...
Ahaia Festival
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Meghalaya is a hilly northeastern state that is inhabited by several indigenous tribes. These tribes adhere to their ancient norms, rituals and religious beliefs. So, it is only natural they celebrate various traditional festivals in nearly all...
Podi Barbi
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The Podi-Barbi Festival is celebrated by the Adi community of Mechuka, Tato and Monigong region of West Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh to thank Mother Nature for a bountiful crop.   This year it was celebrated at Solung Ground in state...

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