Travel India - Nagaland the Unseen Beauty in Northeast
A narrow strip of green mountains, Nagaland has been home to several Tibetan-Burmese tribes are said to have been through centuries B.C. Each tribe is different from other traditions, customs and dialect. A vibrant pastiche of culture that awaits travelers on their journey Nagaland Tribal. These tribes live in solitude deep in the bowels of the desert in which safeguard and practice their customs and traditions of old age with accuracy. Nagaland Tribal Tour Packages of Goa, a closer view of the customs, religious practices, eating habits, forms of art and lifestyle of these tribes who remained invisible travel books.
Graphical views of Nagaland are adorned with beautiful rhododendron and waterfalls that still appears in a new form and beauty with all the changing scenes. Tribal existence has outlived its audacity and its independence in recent years. The fiercely independent Naga tribes are also very warm-hearted creatures, whose friendly ways makes the visitor feel at home. There are 14 major tribes of Nagaland after which Konyaks, Aos, Angamis, submissive and Lothar are the largest Naga tribes. The clan traditions and loyalties play an important role in the life of the Nagas and the majority of these tribes to master the art of weaving. Each tribe has its own style and designs of clothing production and decoration items.
Rural areas are much more attractive, colorful and unique compared to what travelers have seen so far. As the common saying says: "Nagas start life in a bamboo cradle and ends in a coffin made of bamboo" that dominates the art of basketry. On your way Nagaland Tribal surely will find tribesmen weaving mats and baskets in beautiful shapes of bamboo. But also create a variety of hand-woven chairs, sofas, tables and pretty hats.
While on their way Nagaland will realize people of various tribes covered with brightly colored linen decorated with geometric and floral patterns. Members of the Naga tribes are versatile craft and design style of clothing is different from one tribe to another. The whole process including weaving, dyeing and weaving of the fabric is made in people's homes of women and only a few tribes incorporate the art of painting on them. These are the larger tribes, such as Lothar Rengmas Aos and practicing the art of creating beautiful floral and animal prints in hand-woven clothing. So ask your travel agent to give you best India holiday packages in which it includes Nagaland tour in your travel list.
Naga shawls are the most popular and come in bright colors with elaborate patterns of diamonds, stripes, squares and diamonds. Pottery is another significant art form prevalent among the Naga tribes and tribal in its trip northeast of India is sure to meet with tribal women to create stunning pieces. Mixed with other impressive art and stunning natural beauty with breathtaking visits to Nagaland, in a nutshell are the names of the serenity and the chance. There are many India travel agencies who can get you best Indian travel packages, so contact one of them and enjoy a thrilling and exciting tour in Nagaland.
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