Nagaland, like its other sisters of north-east India, is a different world where modern life and ancestral customs of the first people live side by side. Until its Evangelism by the English in the 19th century, Nagaland was known for its headhunter warriors. This tradition has been totally eradicated, however, there are still old (thankfully now peaceful) warriors in the Mon region, in the far north of Nagaland, who still proudly wear their traditional Naga outfits. In other parts of Nagaland, it is during local festivals that the ancient culture of Nagas is put in the spotlight.
Perched on a rocky spur 1200m above sea level and 20km from the capital Kohima, the village of Khonoma with its discreet inhabitants and its unspoilt environment will charm the traveler in quest of peace and authenticity…LIRE LA SUITE +