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Nagaland village gears up for Hornbill Fest

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Kohima: Preparations for the National Hornbill Festival of Nagaland at the Kisama Heritage Village is on in full-swing with various Naga tribes making whole-hearted heart to get their respective Morung (dormitories) sites ready on time.

The National Hornbill Festival is no doubt an internationally renowned festival, which is an annual event for the people of ‘Land of Festivals’, where tourists from mainland India and a large number from abroad visit.

Among the highlights of the festival are the National Hornbill Rock Contest, a motor rally, and Naga wrestling events apart from other ‘indigenous Naga sports’ activities such as bamboo-post climbing, catapult-shooting, chilli-eating competitions and many others.

An unique achievement from among the tribal is more less contributing tireless efforts for the promotion of Hornbill as an international festival to a lighter side of human envy and anxieties thereby marking uniqueness achievement for the Democratic Alliance of Nagaland Government under the able leadership Chief Minister of Neiphiu Rio.

Taking into an account of genuineness, the National Hornbill Festival 2011 is more or less a look out for more infrastructures and development process where never an inch of injustice prevails as reliably learnt so far from the Tourism Department.

Indeed, it’s no doubt the common expectation of ‘one for all’ found to be on mainstream of everyone being loyal to what the Chakhesang tribe decide, thereby nothing in wrong aspects is viewed rather, fining tune is surveyed upon, this is disclosed while Chakhesang were renovating their Morungs.

The specific Morungs, which were under well acceptable and recommendable way of beautiful designing structure is more or less singing a tune of shifting Nagas to a new horizon in calculating positive changes in society a ‘wake up call’. (UNI)

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