Arunachal Pradesh : Wanghoo, Bugun (Khowas) #5
The total population of Arunachal Pradesh in 2001 Census has been 1,097,968. Of these 705,158 persons are Scheduled Tribes (STs), constituting 64.2 per cent of the total population. The STs in the state are “All tribes of the State including: Abor, Aka, Apatani, Dafla, Galong, Khampti, Khowa, Mishmi, Monpa, Momba, Any Naga tribes, Sherdukpen, Singpho”. In 2001 Census, total of 100 STs have been enumerated. Twenty-five of them have returned 5,000 and above population. Actually, the village of…
Tribal Jewellery of Arunachal Pradesh
Tribal Jewellery of Arunachal Pradesh - Informative & researched article on Tribal Jewellery of Arunachal Pradesh from Indianetzone, the largest free encyclopedia on India.
The Singpho/Jingpho people of Arunachal Pradesh inhabit in the district of Lohit and Changlang and the Kachin State of Burma and Dehong of Yunnan Province, China Some are also found in the Tinsukia district of Assam.
NANGANTI | The Garos and their Traditional Dresses Online (Dakmanda, Gana)
Garo Girl in traditional Dakmanda ("blue flowered sarong"), Kotip ("headgear"), Do·me ("binded feathers of a rooster"), Seng·ki ("white waist ornament"), Rikgitok ("white neck ornament") and Natapsi ("earrings") #Dakmanda #Garo #Sengki #Rikgitok #Natapsi #Kotip #Dome #Ethnic #Fashion #Meghalaya #Resu Location: Songma, Resu, North Garo Hills
Happy Si-Donyi to all the Tagin people of Arunachal Pradesh. It is one of the major festival, which is celebrated from 4th to 6th Jan by Tagin tribe of Arunachal Pradesh, India. It is celebrated to honour the Si (the Earth) & the Donyi (the Sun). Donyi - Poloism a religion followed by Tagins as well as some tribes of Arunachal. Pc: @tagins_of_arunachal #northeastyle #stayfashionablytraditional #tagin #arunachalpradesh