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Festivals of Nagaland


Nagaland Festivals add to the color and the rich cultural heritage of the state. Nagaland is a land of many festivals. It is inhabited by 16 main tribes. All these tribes have their unique culture, tradition, customs and festivals. Throughout the year Nagaland celebrates various tribal festivals with a pageantry of color and feast of music. Most of the festivals revolve around agriculture.


Hornbill Festival, NagalandHornbill Festival
Hornbill Festival is dedicated to the cultural activities of various tribes of Nagaland. Naga people are known for their festivals reflecting their wonderful culture. The Hornbill festival is one of the most important festival of Nagaland

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Aoling Festival, NagalandAoling Festival
The arrival of spring marks the inception of Aoling Festival which stretches for six days. This festival is celebrated by the Konyaks tribe of Nagaland. The festival signifies the beginning of the New Year.

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Sikrenye Festival, NagalandSikrenye Festival
Steeped in rituals and ceremonies, Sikrenye Festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm by the Angami tribe of Nagaland. It is celebrated on the 25th day of the Angami month of 'Kezei' (which corresponds to the month of February)...

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Festivals of Nagaland


Luira Festival of Nagaland

Nagaland is a home of colourful tribes where fairs and festivals are observed round the year. Its ethnic tribal culture is known the world over for its celebrations. Different tribes have different fairs and festivals which they celebrate with great joy and enthusiasm. Dance, music and other cultural activities are always a part of the celebrations which shows the Nagas love for life.


Some Of The Important Festivals Of Nagaland:


Hornbill Festival:
This is the best festival of Nagaland as it involves the participation of all the 16 tribes of the state. It is celebrated in the first week of December at Kohima, the capital city of Nagaland. This festival was initiated by the Government of Nagaland with an aim to protect and preserve the rich heritage of the state. The festival is a heady cocktail of dance, music, parade, games, sports, food fairs and relegious ceremony.


Moatsu Festival:
This is a three days long festival celebrated by the Ao tribe of Nagaland. It is celebrated during the first week of May at Mokokchung after the hard labour at fields. This recreational festival is full of several cultural activities.


Nazu Festival:
Colourful and vibrant such is the Nazu festival of the Pochury tribe of Nagaland. High on entertainment, this festival is celebrated before sowing the seeds in the month of February. It stretches for ten days and is held at Phek in Nagaland.


Sekrenyi Festival:
This festival belongs to the Angami tribe and is celebrated in February for ten days. This ritualistic festival is also known as the Phousnyi festival. Several rituals are performed during the festival.


Tuluni Festival:
It is one of the most important festivals of the Sumi Naga tribe of Nagaland. During the festival offerings and prayers are offered to Litsaba, the heavenly deity of fruitfulness. It is celebrated in the second week of July.


Yemshe Festival:
Celebrated by the Pochuri tribe, this festival is full of hope of a good harvest after a year of hard work. The entire village is cleaned during the festival. It is held at Kohima in October.


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