The Hornbill Festival termed as the ‘Festival of Festivals’ showcases the cultural mosaic of Nagaland and like every year the festival is about to kickstart from December 1st, 2019. The festival which celebrates colour and vibrancy of all the tribes encourages inter-tribal interaction giving a glimpse of Naga life.
The 10-day festival is usually observed in the first week of December every year at Naga Heritage village in a move to protect the rich culture of the state.
So, in case you are planning to be a part of this cultural extravaganza and confused about the festival, we have you covered. Check them out:
- The Hornbill Festival was initiated by the Nagaland government in the year 2000 with a view to promoting Nagaland tourism by making the most of the cultural assets.
- The annual Hornbill Festival will be held for ten days, 1st – 10th December. The festival coincides with the celebration of Nagaland Statehood Day on 1st December.