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FESTIVAL DE HORNBILL EN KOHIMA, CAPITAL DEL ESTADO DE NAGALAND, INDIA ||| EL FESTIVAL DURA LOS 10 PRIMEROS DIAS DE DICIEMBRE - Hornbill Festival, Nagaland

FESTIVAL DE HORNBILL EN KOHIMA, CAPITAL DEL ESTADO DE NAGALAND, INDIA ||| EL FESTIVAL DURA LOS 10 PRIMEROS DIAS DE DICIEMBRE - Hornbill Festival, Nagaland

Yimchungru Tribal Dancers, Hornbill Festival ~ Kohima, Nagaland, India (Photo by Jim Zuckerman) #monogramsvacation

Yimchungru Tribal Dancers, Hornbill Festival ~ Kohima, Nagaland, India (Photo by Jim Zuckerman) #monogramsvacation

FESTIVAL DE HORNBILL EN KOHIMA, CAPITAL DEL ESTADO DE NAGALAND, INDIA ||| EL FESTIVAL DURA LOS 10 PRIMEROS DIAS DE DICIEMBRE -Hornbill Festival, Nagaland

FESTIVAL DE HORNBILL EN KOHIMA, CAPITAL DEL ESTADO DE NAGALAND, INDIA ||| EL FESTIVAL DURA LOS 10 PRIMEROS DIAS DE DICIEMBRE -Hornbill Festival, Nagaland

Nagaland is a hill state located in the far north-eastern part of India.Nagaland inhabited by the Naga tribes, captured international attention during world war II, because it was here that the Japanese advance was halted by British and Indian troops. Majority of the Naga population is engaged in farming and weaving activities. The fairs and festivals of the different Naga tribes showcase the inherent local beliefs of the people of the state. Above all the people here are warm - hearted and…

Nagaland is a hill state located in the far north-eastern part of India.Nagaland inhabited by the Naga tribes, captured international attention during world war II, because it was here that the Japanese advance was halted by British and Indian troops. Majority of the Naga population is engaged in farming and weaving activities. The fairs and festivals of the different Naga tribes showcase the inherent local beliefs of the people of the state. Above all the people here are warm - hearted and…

India | Portrait of Henlong  (Konyak Naga) working in the field. She is wearing a colourful porcupine quill through her ear.  Wakching, Nagaland, Mon District. 1937. | ©SOAS, Nicholas Haimendorf

India | Portrait of Henlong (Konyak Naga) working in the field. She is wearing a colourful porcupine quill through her ear. Wakching, Nagaland, Mon District. 1937. | ©SOAS, Nicholas Haimendorf

3. The Indigenous peoples in Paraguay include 17 ethnic groups belonging to five language families.[1][2] While only a 1.7% of Paraguay's population is fully indigenous, 95% of the population is partially of native heritage;[3] however, the majority do not identify as being indigenous but as Mestizos. Most of the Indian population lives in the northwestern part of the country, the Gran Chaco.

3. The Indigenous peoples in Paraguay include 17 ethnic groups belonging to five language families.[1][2] While only a 1.7% of Paraguay's population is fully indigenous, 95% of the population is partially of native heritage;[3] however, the majority do not identify as being indigenous but as Mestizos. Most of the Indian population lives in the northwestern part of the country, the Gran Chaco.

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