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Occupied by hill-tribes collectively called the Nagas, Nagaland lies in the remote north-east region of India. A land of blue hills and valleys, Nagaland is a place known for its scenic beauty, inhabited by colourful tribes. The Nagas comprise of 16 different tribes, each with their own culture and tradition. Christianity is the dominant religion here. Virtually unknown and untouched for decades, Nagaland is beginning to blossom as a tourist destination of the century. The present-day Nagas, whose ancestors were head-hunters, are rising up to face the challenges of the world. This web site presents a brief information about the Naga people, the different tribes, culture and lifestyle.
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The Sacred Culture of Nagas; The Last Beat
Posted by SiteAdmin on Sunday, October 24 @ 01:20:45 IST (45 reads)
Articles In a workshop held in Chicago, I was asked, "what is one thing that constitutes you as a Naga?" I said, much of our culture, religion and life style have been destroyed. The last remains are our dresses, dance and our languages. We don't wear those dresses, but there is symbolic meaning in all of them. Be it male or female dresses, we have reverence, respect for it. When we die, our body is finally wrapped in it.
The latest Durga ma issue is the beginning of the final assault on Nagas. It sounds funny but it is not. For more than a hundred years, we have been attacked. First, our religion was taken away 130 years ago. Then our culture was dismissed as savage. Then, we were disintegrated among many states. What do we have now? Some few remains of our dress, dances and language. (contd...)

Note: - Article submitted by Wind.
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An Offence - Goddess Durga in Traditional Naga Attire
Posted by SiteAdmin on Tuesday, October 19 @ 19:54:30 IST (47 reads)
Press Release - Goddess Durga and Her Family in Traditional Naga Attire in a Puja Pandal in S.Kolkota: An Offense.
OCT 19 : The Anthropological Society of Nagaland takes an exceptional offense to the photo news items published in Nagaland Post on 19.10.04 showing Goddess Durga and her family dressed in traditional Naga attire in a puja pandal in South Kolkota on Monday.
For the Nagas, dress and ornaments are not just items of clothing and personal adornments but each motif, design, color combination etc have specific cultural significance and social values unique to each Naga tribe. To the Nagas, it is more than aesthetics and there are various cultural norms attached to their traditional attire, which are gender specific and cannot be used otherwise at any time. (contd...)

Note: - Press Release issued by The Anthropological Society of Nagaland, Kohima.
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Success Story of Self-Help Groups under IWDP in Nagaland
Posted by DIPR on Tuesday, October 19 @ 19:33:05 IST (7 reads)
Articles - A DIPR Feature by Dzüvinuo Metha, DPRO Kohima.
OCT 19 : Since 1993, the Department of Land Resources Development has been implementing Integrated Wasteland Development Programme (IWDP), a centrally sponsored scheme of the Ministry of Rural Development Department of Land Resources.
The basic objectives of this programme is land and water resources management for sustainable development of natural resources. Another objective of the programme is ‘community empowerment for enhancement and improvement of rural livelihood support system’. To achieve these objectives various activities such as afforestation, horticulture, plantation crops, soil and moisture conservation works, Entry Point Activity (EPA) for community organisation, formation of Self Help Groups (SHGs) and others are taken up under the programme. (contd...)


Note: - (Source : Information provided by Department of Land Resouces Development)
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65th Ao CYE General Convention
Posted by DIPR on Tuesday, October 19 @ 19:29:07 IST (1 reads)
News - 3 OCT 19 : The 65th General Convention of Ao CYE will be held at Tuli Town from 20th-22nd October. The 3-day convention is being held under the theme ‘Youth with Bible’ wherein Rev. Dr. Hynniewta will be the theme speaker. Bible Quiz Competition, Skit, Prepared Short Speech, Song Competition etc. will be the main highlights of the convention. The convention is expected to be attended by more than 1000 CYE members under ABAM Impur Ao Baptist Church.


Note: - (DPRO, Mokokchung). "Naga News" issued by DIPR, Kohima, Nagaland.
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Ramailo Dasai Festival Celebrated
Posted by DIPR on Tuesday, October 19 @ 19:27:06 IST (3 reads)
Event - General OCT 19 : The Gorkha Community Kohima celebrated Ramailo Dasai cultural festival in commemoration of 125 years of Kohima Town held at Gorkha Singha Devi Mandir complex on 18th October. Minister for Transport and Communication, Imtilemba Sangtam was the chief guest on the occasion.
Addressing the Gorkha (Nepali) community, Sangtam expressed extreme happiness to have the privilege of being in their midst on the auspicious occasion. (contd...)


Note: - (Alise Sangtam & Chiamong). "Naga News" issued by DIPR, Kohima, Nagaland.
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AWO General Meeting
Posted by DIPR on Tuesday, October 19 @ 19:24:40 IST (0 reads)
News - 3 OCT 19 : The fourth Angami Women Organisation General Meeting was held at Indoor Stadium Kohima today, the 19th October.
The Lady Wife of Nagaland Chief Minister Kaisa Rio as the Chief Guest, expressed that the Chief Minister’s greatest ideology and foremost task is to change Nagaland into a new Nagaland and to maintain peace and prosperity in the State. She praised the Angami Women as very polite, good natured and truthful, but she also pointed out some weaknesses saying that they don’t have the boldness when there is a chance to do something. She advised them to take up floriculture which is a good source of income. (contd...)


Note: - (N. Khalo & Keviyieu). "Naga News" issued by DIPR, Kohima, Nagaland.
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Grand Reception for NEZCC Winter Festival Participants
Posted by DIPR on Tuesday, October 19 @ 19:22:27 IST (2 reads)
Occasions - Flowers OCT 19 : The North-East Zone Cultural Center (NEZCC) is preparing a grand reception for participants of Winter Festival 2004, expecting about 400 artistes from the entire North-eastern States and other parts of India. NEZCC is organising a cavalcade on 5th November 2004 which will begin from City Tower Dimapur at 10:00 hours and culminate at the Naga Shopping Arcade via Kher Mahal junction, Deluxe Point and New Flyover. (contd...)


Note: - (SDIO, Dimapur). "Naga News" issued by DIPR, Kohima, Nagaland.
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BTN and EUBC Meeting Cancelled
Posted by DIPR on Tuesday, October 19 @ 19:19:38 IST (1 reads)
Announce OCT 19 : The Bamboo Thematic Network (BTN) and the European Union Bamboo Congress (EUBC) meeting scheduled for 28th – 31st October 2004 at Kohima and Kisama has been cancelled. Principal Secretary (I&C) and Secretary (NBDA) Alemtemshi Jamir, has in a notification stated the cancellation has come about due to apprehensive law and order situation in the State in the aftermath of the Dimapur Twin Bomb Blast which has attracted international attention. (contd...)


Note: - (K. Rio). "Naga News" issued by DIPR, Kohima, Nagaland.
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Six-Day Tour Programme for Students
Posted by DIPR on Tuesday, October 19 @ 19:12:57 IST (1 reads)
Current News OCT 19 : A six day Cultural Exchange tour and career counselling programme for college students of underdeveloped areas of Nagaland state has began today, the 19th October. It is being sponsored by the Department for Development of Underdeveloped Areas (DDUDA) with an objection to motivate the students belonging to underdeveloped areas of Mon, Tuensang, Longleng, Kiphire and Peren districts. (contd...)


Note: - (Chuba Walling). "Naga News" issued by DIPR, Kohima, Nagaland.
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Winter Cultural Festival
Posted by DIPR on Monday, October 18 @ 20:42:06 IST (6 reads)
Event - General OCT 18 : A “Winter Cultural Festival” will be celebrated at the North East Zone Cultural Centre (NEZCC) complex, Dimapur from 5th - 7th November, 2004. A ‘Mini India’ will assemble on this occasion with about 400 artists from Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa, Daman and Diu, Andaman and Nicobar Island, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir and the seven sisters of the North East taking part in the cultural extravaganza as never witnessed before. (contd...)


Note: - (K. Rio). "Naga News" issued by DIPR, Kohima, Nagaland.
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