All things Naga are celebrated and showcased at Kohima, the capital of Nagaland during the annual Hornbill Festival which is also called the ‘Festival of Festivals’. Named after the Great Indian Hornbill bird, which forms an intrinsic part of the folklore of the state’s indigenous tribes, it is a ten-day carnival of art, culture, food, music, adventure and warm Naga hospitality which is growing in stature every year. The rising profile of the event is borne by the fact that Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the latest edition with many high-profile visitors along with a large number of tourists arriving from all over the region, country and abroad. …

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