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Heading to Mt. Saramati – Nagaland – Adventures in the Land of Nagas (Part 5)

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Exploring Nagaland was like unfolding secret pages of India’s treasure book. It felt like going back ages & watching a live museum in the era of hunting and farming. It was a real discovery of breathtaking and untouched natural beauty, a preview of hidden and unknown Indian traditions, supreme quality of people and their hospitality.

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Next day morning we went to Litsaba’s grandfather’s house for breakfast. That was very old and unique house. It was made of soil and was decorated with bison and deer skulls. We understood the secret logic behind this decoration when we reached Thanamir. Me and Shubha got very excited looking at their kitchen. It was perfectly antique (with some modern touch).

Litsaba’s wife had some traditional clothes and jewelry of her mother-in-law. She offered me and Shubha to wear those (absolutely free of cost unlike other tourist destinations) and took some snaps. Litsaba also showed us some weapon which his forefathers used to use for Head Hunting. We were shocked to know that till 1950s there was a tradition of “head hunting” in Nagaland and that is not long back. Do you know what is Head Hunting? Have patience! As we were reaching the interiors of Nagaland we could understand some astonishing facts about it.

Nagaland – Adventures in the Land of Nagas – Connecting to rural Nagaland (Part 4)

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Exploring Nagaland was like unfolding secret pages of India’s treasure book. It felt like going back ages & watching a live museum in the era of hunting and farming. It was a real discovery of breathtaking and untouched natural beauty, a preview of hidden and unknown Indian traditions, supreme quality of people and their hospitality.

Click for: Part One | Part Two | Part Three | Part Four

No calls, no messages...just hopes!

No calls, no messages…just hopes!

Kohima to Kiphre is almost 10 hours journey but bus route is very scenic. Its all mountains and we pass through many small villages like Pfutsero, Jessami, Phek. At every stop there were some children and village people selling fruits and vegetables. As we could not get proper lunch we thought of buying some fruits. We thought will do some bargaining. But unexpectedly it was so cheap that we thought of paying more than its price. We could get 20 sweet and fresh guavas for just for Rs.10 and the same case with bananas. 200% value for money! We took some quick snaps with those shy kids and moved ahead to next destination.

Nagaland – Adventures in the Land of Nagas – Introducing Kohima (Part 3)

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SubscribeFiled Under: India,by Bhakti

Exploring Nagaland was like unfolding secret pages of India’s treasure book. It felt like going back ages & watching a live museum in the era of hunting and farming. It was a real discovery of breathtaking and untouched natural beauty, a preview of hidden and unknown Indian traditions, supreme quality of people and their hospitality.

Click for: Part One | Part Two | Part Three | Part Four

Welcome to Kohima!

Welcome to Kohima!

Dimapur to Kohima is hardly a 3-hour journey. So we hired a yellow taxi for Rs.800 from Dimapur railway station. It was a very hot afternoon. As soon as we started our journey, we got stuck in heavy traffic. I thought this is definitely not the reason why I am here!