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  • Title:  Land & People of Nagaland - India
  • Description:  Ungma, Mokokchung, Nagaland,India - A Naga man with his grand-daughter in front of the traditional armoury at Ungma village. Nagaland is a hill state located in the far north-eastern part of India.Nagaland inhabited by the Naga tribes, captured international attention during world war 2, because it was here that the Japanese advance was halted by British and Indian troops. After India’s independence, Nagaland became a state in 31 December 1963. Nagaland is known as "The most populated Baptist state in the world". The state's population is 1.988 million, out of which 90.02% are Christians.The Naga people belong to the Mongoloid group. Majority of the Naga population is engaged in farming and weaving activities. The fairs and festivals of the different Naga tribes showcase the inherent local beliefs of the people of the state. The state consists of 16 major tribes along with other sub-tribes. Each tribe has its own custom and tradition, different dialects and dresses. Above all the people here are warm - hearted and extremely hospitable. Any tourist will enjoy the ambience and feel warmth of hospitality here.
  • Credits:  Prasanta Biswas/Majority World
  • Keywords:  arunachal-pradesh, asia, asian, childhood, children, colour, colourful, family, happiness, india, innocent, look, love, man, old, old, photography, portrait, pose, rural
  • Added:  Feb 19, 2018
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  • Filesize:  2.57MB
  • Photographer:  Prasanta Biswas
  • Owner:  Prasanta Biswas
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  • Title: Land & People of Nagaland - India
  • Description: Ungma, Mokokchung, Nagaland,India - A Naga man with his grand-daughter in front of the traditional armoury at Ungma village. Nagaland is a hill state located in the far north-eastern part of India.Nagaland inhabited by the Naga tribes, captured international attention during world war 2, because it was here that the Japanese advance was halted by British and Indian troops. After India’s independence, Nagaland became a state in 31 December 1963. Nagaland is known as "The most populated Baptist state in the world". The state's population is 1.988 million, out of which 90.02% are Christians.The Naga people belong to the Mongoloid group. Majority of the Naga population is engaged in farming and weaving activities. The fairs and festivals of the different Naga tribes showcase the inherent local beliefs of the people of the state. The state consists of 16 major tribes along with other sub-tribes. Each tribe has its own custom and tradition, different dialects and dresses. Above all the people here are warm - hearted and extremely hospitable. Any tourist will enjoy the ambience and feel warmth of hospitality here.
  • Date Created: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
  • Author: Prasanta Biswas
  • City: Mokokchung
  • State: Nagaland.
  • Country: India
  • Headline: Land & People of Nagaland - India
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  • Image Description: Ungma, Mokokchung, Nagaland,India - A Naga man with his grand-daughter in front of the traditional armoury at Ungma village. Nagaland is a hill state located in the far north-eastern part of India.Nagaland inhabited by the Naga tribes, captured internatio
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