Category Archives: Nagaland

Land of the Naga – last of the headhunters

I dreamt about Nagaland after I saw it on the map one day. Obsessed about the place, it took me a few years before I finally visited this strip of land between Burma and NorthEast India.

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My Photo of Nagaland got posted in Reader’s Digest India

A photo of mine got published in Reader’s Digest India.
Photo taken from last christmas 2008  in my first trip to Nagaland.
Unfortunately my name and credits was not mentioned in the magazine.

Notes :
Really inaccurate article, the photo was taken during Christmas and not during the Aoling Festival as mentioned.

‘The India You don’t know’
10 charming Destinations that reveal the real Bharat
by Sheila Sivanand
Reader’s Digest India April 2009 Issue

www.rd-india.com/newsite/other/facetoface_april09.asp

The PDF copy of Reader’s Digest article of my photo in Nagaland
Readers Digest April 2009 of Nagaland

Readers Digest April 2009 of Nagaland

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A Couple from Konyak Tribe

Place : Mon District , WanCheng Village
Nagaland , NorthEast India

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Faces of Nagaland

My second trip to Nagaland, this time I took photos of the Konyak Tribe celebrating Aoeling Festival in April 2009. Spent all of the time in the Mon District of Nagaland.

Part of my Portrait series of Nagaland
Konyak Tribe, Mon District
Nagaland,  NorthEast India

Faces of Nagaland

Faces of Nagaland

Faces of Nagaland

Faces of Nagaland

Faces of Nagaland

Faces of Nagaland

Faces of Nagaland

Faces of Nagaland

Faces of Nagaland

Faces of Nagaland

Faces of Nagaland

Faces of Nagaland

Faces of Nagaland

Faces of Nagaland

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Goodbye Nagaland

completed the harvest festival in Nagaland 10 days, did Shillong thanksgiving festival 3 days, heading to Arunchal Pradesh for 1 month. Woo Hoo.