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Festivals in Nagaland
Festivals in Nagaland Nagaland known as the land of ‘Naga’ people is also the land of festivals with one festival followed by another round the year. In order to facilitate tourists to have a glimpse of all the Naga festivals at one time and one place, the Government of Nagaland has evolved a festival called Hornbill Festival, which is celebrated at Kohima, the capital town of Nagaland. The Hornbill Festival celebrated between 1st & 5th of December every year. The Hornbill Festival of Nagaland is aimed at reviving, protecting and sustaining richness of the Naga heritage and traditions. This is done through cultural extravaganza worth experiencing. The state of Nagaland still supports a tribal culture and here at the Hornbill Festiv...
Shopping in Nagaland
Shopping in Nagaland Shopping in Nagaland is an interesting experience with the beautifully woven textiles and handcrafted items. Warm and colourful Naga shawls, hand woven shoulder bags, decorative spears, tablemats, woodcarvings and bamboo works make interesting souvenirs. In Kohima, the government handicraft outlet and the shops at the super market sell excellent shawls and other artefacts. The Nagas have a rich tradition of art and craft anchored in their lifestyle that has always been in harmony with the surroundings they are living in. Skilled tribal craftsman and artisans have always been the strength of a tribal society that had, for many centuries, been self-dependent. They lent their skills to produce items of common utility,...
Food of Nagaland
Food of Nagaland The food of Nagaland comprises of plain rice, cooked vegetables and meat. The local indigenous tribal communities of Nagaland are non- vegetarians who savor meats of all the animals. Dogs, spiders, pork, beef, crabs, cats, chicken and even elephants are eaten with great enthusiasm. The native population of Naga tribes loves to add spices and chilies in their daily diet. The food habits reflect the unique cultural traits and traditional legacy of the local indigenous inhabitants of Nagaland who usually do not throw any part of the animal. The intestines and skins of the animals are considered to be a delicious dish among the native population of the state. However, owing to their rich religious beliefs and custom...
Trekking in Arunachal Pradesh
Trekking in Arunachal Pradesh There are a number of trekking routes in Arunachal Pradesh, the most challenging and adventurous trek here is the Tawang Chu Trek via Jong and Mago.Plan a trek to the area of Arunachal Pradesh the real botanical treasure trove of the Himalayas in India. The weather of Arunachal Pradesh India favours the growth of a much larger diversity of interesting plant species, many of which are waiting to be discovered. Travellers looking forward to high altitude trekking routes can go for Kangto Trek and Gorichen Peak Trek Some other well known trekking trails here include- Se La Peak Trek, Bomdila- Daimara Trek via Ramlingam and Chakku, Bomdila- Tawang Trek, Bomdila Seppa Trek, Along- Machuka Trek, Pasighat- Mariang Trek, Dapo...
River Rafting in Arunachal Pradesh
River Rafting in Arunachal Pradesh Go rafting on the mighty Brahmaputra River and its tributaries- Lohit and Subansari.Arunachal Pradesh is the ultimate choice of the adventurous explorers due to its inaccessibility and remoteness in India. The river Brahmaputra, one of the greatest rivers in the world, offers expedition through dense rainforests, tribal habitations and some great white water. You can enjoy the thrilling rapids while rafting on the Siang Lake which is even called the Upper Brahmaputra region. Rafters can also traverse through the narrow valleys of Ninnguin and Marmong and enjoy splendid views of abundant greens surrounding them. For the travellers experiencing rafting for the first time, it is best advised not to step in waters without...
Shopping in Arunachal Pradesh
Shopping in Arunachal Pradesh Shopping is the main point of attraction for anyone who is traveling to Arunachal Pradesh. Every place is famous for some particular things which are the specialty of that region.When you are on your tour to Arunachal Pradesh, and you go for shopping, you will find handicrafts items dominating the shopping areas. Arunachal Pradesh is famous for art & craft items. The handicraft of Aruncahal is unique and exquisite, rare to find elsewhere. A wide spectrum of elegant crafts such as weaving, painting, pottery, smithy work, basketry, woodcarving, cane & bamboo work, carpet making etc. are found among the people of Arunachal Pradesh. The handicraft articles found there are exclusive and wonderful. An ample range of stylis...
Angling in Arunachal Pradesh
Angling in Arunachal Pradesh The abundance of water and the simplicity of the sport has helped the sport to grow in Arunachal Pradesh, India. Arunachal Pradesh offers numerous possibilities to catch fish especially trout and Mahseer.Angling & Fishing in Arunachal Pradesh offers lots of opportunities for angling and fishing lovers. Siang, Dibang and Yamne Rivers are the ideal spots for this leisure activity. To your delight, you can find the famous Indian fish Mahseer, Golden and Brown Trout, Boka (Katli), Sal, Korang and Gorua in Bhorali River. However, Boleng is the most popular fishing spot for anglers. Fish in the narrow gorges, rocky riverbeds and high tides-you will not return disappointed. You can hire fishing equipments like net, bait etc ...
Food of Arunachal Pradesh
Food of Arunachal Pradesh The food in Arunachal Pradesh is absolutely delicious and the method of preparation is quite old.The fact that amazes most tourists is that these customs have withstood the great destructive force of time.Apart from this, there are also restaurants in the state to provide scrumptious food. The native cuisine of Arunachal Pradesh is mostly filled with non vegetarian dishes.The regional culture is preserved amidst many secrets as the natives want the continuity of their century old culture as it was at the beginning.This feeling is felt when one considers even Arunachal Pradesh food. Cuisine in Arunachal is as varied as the number of tribes that inhabit it. In general, their food is bland and they seldom fry the ing...
Music and Dance of Gujarat
Music and Dance of Gujarat Gujarat is quite famous and well known for its dynamic traditions of classical and folk music. They are the heart and soul of Gujarat. The traditional culture of Gujaratis with their traditional music and dance form of Garba, Garbi, Raas and other are well known and finds attraction to tourists. Raas and Garba dance forms are said to have been passed on by Lord Krishna, who spent his childhood at Gokul while he played the flute. Folk songs, classical music and an array of distinctive classical ragas have exemplary features with distinctive music variations. A special variety of music which can be classified as temple-music was indeed produced by the Vaishnava cult in Gujarat. Communities like Charans and Gadhavis ...
Cuisines of Gujarat
Cuisines of Gujarat Gujarati cuisine is unlike any other Indian cuisine. The difference lies in the unusual blending of the sweet with the salty into a harmonious whole. Even though the state of Gujarat has absorbed many outside influences down the ages, the cuisine has remained much the same. The Gujarati cuisine is delightfully delicious with a combination of leafy vegetables and pulses subtly flavoured with spices to the accompaniment of rice and a variety of breads. The Gujarati food is mostly vegetarian. The dishes of Gujarat are not very spicy and sweet than those of the neighboring states. The typical Gujarati meal is served traditionally on large silver or stainless steel platters or thali that consists of one variety of dal, ...