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Nagaland - The Hornbill Fest ...

Travel • Society & Culture | 40:00 | 5+

CONTENT LANGUAGE
Hindi

The Hornbill Festival of Nagaland, over the years, has evolved from being just a celebration of the heritage and tradition of the Nagas into one big cultural event for all the 8 Northeast States. Named after the Great Indian Hornbill, the revered forest bird which is displayed in the folklore of most of the state39s tribes, the festival is a colourful mixture of religious ceremonies, food fairs, sports, games, parades, crafts, performances, dance etc. In this EPIC Special we take you to the exotic state of Nagaland to experience 39the festival of festivals39 and a unique tribal life and culture.

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