A Glimpse of the Hornbill Festival celebrated in the ‘Land of festivals’. Hornbill is the biggest festival celebrated in Nagaland and also in the Northeast region of India. The Hornbill Festival is an annual festival which started in the year 2000 with a vision to showcase the tradition and Read More
“If you don’t like your destiny, don’t accept it. Instead, have the courage to change it the way you want it to be.“ – Naruto The term ‘Cosplay’ was coined in Japan in 1984. Cosplay is a contradiction of the words costume and play. It is an art of performance Read More
Nagaland Anime Junkies brings a whole new level for the anime lovers in their annual event NAJ Cosfest in Kohima. Cosplay is a combination of the words costume’ and ‘play’. NAJ Cosplay is one such event where young boys and girls as well as kids of all ages dress up Read More
Women in Public Places in Kohima. Image Courtesy :Sekulu Nyekha Sekulu Nyekha is currently pursuing Bachelor of Vocation in Visual Communication, Performing Arts and Psychology at Jyoti Nivas College, Autonomous. This photo essay is part of her summer internship.
Pic Credit: Abie Mere and Diti Mero
With the TVF controversy of alleged sexual harassment at work going viral, it seemed pertinent to check if the organisation had a sexual harassment cell. As usual the startup does not have an anti sexual harrasment cell. The sad part is that it has been 4 years since Sexual Harassment at Workplace Read More
If the five little known facts about Kohima got you curious about the city, here’s something more for you. Here are five places to visit while in Kohima, though I wouldn’t recommend planning for a just-Kohima-trip: Kohima War Cemetery: Located at the heart of Kohima, on a well managed hill is Read More
On the far North Eastern Region of India, at 1,444m above sea level, lies Kohima – a small hill station, blanketing a bunch of hillocks. Often referred to as the ‘Land of Warriors’, Kohima is also the capital city of Nagaland. The city is inhabited by a pot pourri of Read More