The Hornbill Festival, a yearly feature taking place on the first week of
December is a modern-day cultural extravaganza of all Naga tribes. The Festival was conceptualized to showcase Naga culture, traditional and contemporary, in the spirit of unity in diversity. This Festival is held at the heritage village of Kisama, about 12 km from Kohima. The goal of creating this heritage village is the protection and preservation of the ethnic cultural heritage through a common management approach and comprehensive data base for the perpetuation of tourism promotion – since its inception in the year 2000, it has brought about radical changes in the tourism scenario of the state. A visitor gets the opportunity to catch a ring side view of all the Naga tribes, their culture and distinctiveness at one place. The Heritage complex consists of a cluster of seventeen indigenously designed houses (also called Morung meaning Youth Dormitory), each representative of a different tribe.
DATE: 6th December 2022. TIME:11:00am VENUE: Mezoma Village
The Mezomia Mechü Kehou together with the Mezoma Village Council in collaboration with the Government of Nagaland is organising a Traditional Stone Pulling Ceremony in commemoration of 142 years of Anglo- Naga peace treaty (Vitho) concluded at Mezoma Village on 27th March 1880. The event is being organised on the 6th of December 2022 at 11.00 hours in Mezoma village as part of the annual Hornbill...
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