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Second day of Hornbill Festival
Correspondent KOHIMA, DEC 2 (NPN):
Published on 3 Dec. 2009 12:23 AM IST
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Showcasing of Naga traditional and cultural heritage with all its ethnic diversity and grandeur continued on the second day on Wednesday at the Naga Heritage Complex, Kisama. Cultural presentations from different states included: Manipur - Maibi Laichung and Luikai; Mizoram – Salakia and Sarlamkia; Sikkim- Benzong Neh Na Lushy; Tripura – Hozagiri; Assam - Ba Grund; Meghalaya - Ka Shah Mastich and Arunachal Pradesh - Emi Rilo and Raj Taake Owe Nu. Presentation of Korean cultural folklore by Kim Yangjin, Noe Jeom Rye and Son Eun Jin, music and dance were also some of the highlights of the second day of the festival at the event. With participants from all sister states of North East India, the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland has turned out to be an international event with participants from countries like Korea, Japan, Thailand and Myanmar. With this, it has become a unique platform for tourists and visitors to witness the cultural diversity not only of the Nagas but also other states and countries. The uniqueness of different people of different cultures has resulted in huge turnout of tourists and visitors creating a conducive atmosphere for understanding of different cultures and traditions. (With DIPR inputs)

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