- Saturday, 26 April 2014

A Flowery Tale from Nagaland, India (Photo Story)

I traveled to Nagaland earlier this month, ie. April. And yes, it is not the month preferred for traveling. For most, traveling in Nagaland is synonymous with attending Hornbill Festival near the state capital Kohima in the month of December. I think I will need completely new post to discuss and explain why I chose to skip the Hornbill Festival, instead chose to visit the state and look for realities beyond it. 

For now, please enjoy these pictures. They speak for themselves. The Nagas are in love with flowers and plants. Not only do they keep their houses extremely neat and clean (which many of us do too), they take extra measures to ensure extremely tidy villages and localities. Everywhere I turned I could see potted plants- be it the rooftops, galleries or entrance of houses, shops, commercial establishments. 

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