TIALEM PONGEN THIRAH Transitioned period for Naga weavers, designers, and fashion experts. The fashionista entrepreneurs having teamed up together to curved and have maintained their niches in the traditional fabric production method are undergoing here in Nagaland, India. Contemporary designs are blooming in all the sectors. Nagas textile world is adding varieties of spectacular designs.
NeW Bureau The Naga Students Union Chennai, celebrated its 41st Freshers’ Day cum Annual Day on 19th October 2019, at Hindustan Bible Institute, Chennai on the Theme: Cultural Fusion and with Motto: “Do not despise these small beginnings.” Zechariah 4:10. Shri Wapangtoshi, the President of Northeast India Welfare Association Chennai (NEIWAC) was the Guest of
Chow Partha Borgohain, the only child of Chow Subhitya Borgohain and Nang Sengpem Borgohain, was born in a small town called Along, in the West Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh. In the year 2005 he headed out to Madras to pursue his studies on engineering. However as destiny leads, he landed to be a student
For generations, people of Northeast had the perfection in the art of traditional weaving with natural yarns such as cotton, linen and silk. However due to urbanization weavers started weaving using synthetic yarns and that of course blemished the artistic uniqueness of the conventional weaving. Nevertheless, a graduate from the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad
Visma Kumar Thapa The Rabha tribal community’s religious festival Baikho was celebrated on 9th June with gaiety at Goalpara district of Assam. This three day long Baikho festival brought to light the rich cultural heritage of the Rabha tribal people. Rabhas are indigenous community that dwell mainly on the south bank of the river
NeW Bureau An Actor, A Chef and A lyricists from Imphal, Manipur who is making his Bollywood .He has been living in Mumbai for a decade and The Northeast Window had the privilege to hear from him, a story on making big in the showbiz industry, not many can make a living in the “City
NeW Bureau A dreamer who has never let obstacles hinder her progress! Sristi Pariyar a dancing Queen from Gangtok Sikkim, a person who is determined and truly hardworking and a mentor an inspiration for many! Tell us something about yourself? – A woman must not accept, she must challenge. Well I am a struggler,
NeW Bureau ‘The Buddy Vibes’ from Arunachal Pradesh has a team member of 5 individuals. Toni Perme( Director/ Director of Photography/ Editor) Priya Badu(Scriptwriter), Tage Yadi (Assistant Editor/ Assistant Director of Photography), Taba Yater ( Assistant Director), and Makaamso Tayang ( Assistant Director of Photography) . All the members are students of Mass Communication and
New Bureau Imnasenla Aier Singer, Performer and Actress from Nagaland who had recently released her album “Hear me now”. We had a quick interview about her music album released as it is very rare these days to see an Album release in the market, getting to know her aspirations and goals also share her story!
Traditional ornaments for the Nagas is belief to be a subject of both tangible and intangible heritage, tangible in its unique art forms and designs, and intangible in its usage or performing art form, in terms of substance by products and hypostasis of the substance. For Nagas ornaments and jewelries are very much part of