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Naga Folkdance and its values: An Oral version

Posted by - February 15, 2019

Naga folkdances popularly known as ‘Naga war dance’ by the people is immensely adorable, but is less meaningfully practice and its significance less known by any performers. Along the line of digital age many folkdance forms are being practiced in distorted form. Hardly handful or none distinguishes the original form of folkdance from fusion of

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Culture

Posted by - February 15, 2019

Sociology understands culture as the languages, customs, beliefs, rules, arts, knowledge, and collective identities and memories developed by members of all social groups that make their social environments meaningful. Sociologists study cultural meaning by exploring individual and group communication; meaningfulness is expressed in social narratives, ideologies, practices, tastes, values, and norms as well as in

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Moatemsu Imchen

Posted by - January 20, 2019

NeW Bureau Tell us something about yourself? Well my name is Moa Imchen and Iam from Ao tribe and a native of Longjang Village.  Born and brought up from a very humble family from kohima and I am third among 4 siblings   Since when did you start doing art? To be honest I started

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Cynthia Kolakhe

Posted by - January 20, 2019

NeW Bureau Tell us something about yourself? I am Cynthia Kolakhe a freelance Art and Drama educator from Nagaland.At present, am a visiting faculty in all the 4 B’ed Colleges in Kohima.   Since when did you start doing art? Since childhood, I would like to draw on the walls, books and all the empty

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Impacting the youths through Skill Development

Posted by - December 20, 2018

Government of Nagaland accords top priority to Skill Development by aligning itself with the aspirations of the youths The concept of skilling to the Naga populace was indigenous till the arrival of the British Empire in Naga Hills, where “Fuller Technical School” was started in the year 1908 with Carpentry and Black smithy trades. Fuller

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To The Nest

Posted by - December 20, 2018

Tanya Brooks NEst is a brand of notebooks/ journals, lifestyle products, inspired by the popular symbols, culture and crafts of the picturesque and unexplored paradise of North-Eastern India. Founded in 2012, this brand has evolved and made its presence felt worldwide. The uniqueness of the brand lies in the way it represents the northeast- vivacious

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Kharthong Organic Farmers Producers’ Company

Posted by - December 20, 2018

Rukhmini Biate community is a largely ignored and obscure minority. They are an endangered community and there are only 15,000-20,000 biate people in the world today. Most of the community resides on both sides of the Assam-Megahalaya border region with 17 villages in Assam and 25 on the Meghalaya side. While the community has been

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Ilandlo: The Nagaland based E-commerce brand

Posted by - December 19, 2018

Tell us something about this Ilandlo? Ilandlo is an initiative started by co-founders Imtisunup Longchar and Lipokjungla Ozukum in the year 2014 and was incorporated as Ilandlo Services Pvt Ltd in 2016. Its aim is to Empower a Sustainable Rural Livelihood by nurturing homegrown brands, Farmers, artisans, Indigenous entrepreneurs and individuals of Nagaland and the

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Taniya Budh

Posted by - December 19, 2018

Entrepreneur and event manager from Arunachal Pradesh who is also the owner of Aries Corps café at Itanagar, he introduced this venture of café and coffee in the state in 2008. Initially the customers and the people were not used to coffee and also chilling out however slowly as the years goes by the denizens

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