North East Latest History News | History Articles | Updates | Nelive

History

Sonaram Sangma
Shillong Staff Curator 44
Share
Sonaram R Sangma is a household name among the Garos occupying an important chapter in the history of Garos of Meghalaya. It was he, who for the first time, created national consciousness among his people. #1 Sangma was born around 1867 (exact...
1950s
Imphal Staff Curator 0
Share
This video is very rare footage of Manipur in late 1950s to 1980s Source: YouTube | By: Manipuri Multi Media
ancient
Guwahati Staff Curator 0
Share
‘Mahi’ has a protective effect on manuscripts because of its anti-fungal properties   By unravelling the science behind Assam’s ancient herbal ink ‘mahi’, researchers are planning to recreate the lost techniques...
Historical mosques
Northeast Staff Curator 0
Share
“Let mercy be your mosque, faith your prayer-mat, and honest-living your Koran”. Divinity in this profound and timeless axiom from Guru Granth Sahib reflects the truth about the famous mosques in the north-...
Statehood day
Northeast Staff Curator 0
Share
Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram are celebrating the 31st anniversary of their state foundation day. Arunachal Pradesh was earlier called NEFA (North Eastern Frontier Agency) and Mizoram was part of Assam, the regions got their new names and status as...
Mizoram
Aizwal Staff Curator 0
Share
The History of Mizoram (Hmanlai Mizo Documentary) Source: YouTube | By: TwentySevenVids
Indira Gandhi'
Gangtok Staff Curator 0
Share
Probably it was the briefest public function ever attended by Smt. Indira Gandhi. It was so brief a function that it hardly lasted a minute! In fact, I would not believe in it myself but for the photographs that are fading slowly! Yes, because it...
Habung
Guwahati Staff Curator 45
Share
The Assam government will preserve the historic Habung area in upper Assam’s Dhemaji district, the seat of the rich legacy of the Ahoms. During the reign of Suhungmung, the Ahom Kingdom ...
WW II
Northeast Staff Curator 42
Share
The Battle of Imphal-Kohima was voted as Britain’s greatest battle by the National Army Museum in London, edging out Waterloo and D-Day, two iconic events that we are more familiar with, even in India. On March 15, 1944, the Japanese army...
Rang Ghar
Guwahati Staff Curator 39
Share
The Rang Ghar literally translated to ( “House of Entertainment”) is known to be  the largest and among  the oldest surviving amphitheaters in Asia. The building was constructed during the reign of Swargadeo by ...
Herman Pery
Kohima Staff Curator 0
Share
This is the story of a young World War II who lived a significant portion of his life with the Heimi Nagas, a tribe of head hunters. The head hunters had a unique distinction and commanded respect with the growing number of human heads they could...
Juthika Bose
Agartala Staff Curator 0
Share
‘Namaskar Akashvani Agartala’ – the date was January 26, 1967. This was how Juthika Bose started her journey as first female announcer of All India Radio just 50 years back. Now, she is in her seventies spending time in home...

Pages