Hornbill Festival 2018 Facts, Tickets, How to go, Importance & Celebration Images Video: If you are living in Nagaland then you all might are aware of the Hornbill festival. Yes! You are reading it right, Hornbill festival is back and you all should be ready for it. We think the people who are planning to attend the historical festival of Nagaland are ready for it. People celebrate this festival on 1st December and they always love it. The Hornbill festival celebrates the traditional values of 16 Naga tribes.
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In simple words, it is about celebrating the state bird Hornbill. Also, it revolves around the celebration of love, friendship, togetherness, colors, songs and dances, rock shows, delicious ethnic food, vibrant traditional attires, and warm hospitality. Yes! This festival holds a long and bold theme. We are pretty sure that you all are going to love the Hornbill festival and you’ll love it.
Hornbill festival is mostly beings a carnival-like atmosphere in and around the state and the whole country. You’ll see local Naga people all set to welcome and host various tourists coming from different parts of the country and other nations. They’ll do everything they can to make sure that you all enjoy their Hornbill festival. It doesn’t matter that what kind of people you are Hornbill festival is for you because it has all type of colors. We are pretty sure that you all are going to love it.
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Dates this year: 1 to 10 December 2018
Where is the festival held?
This annual festival is held at the Naga Heritage Village in Kisama, which is around 12 km from the capital city Kohima. Enveloped with green valleys and pretty hills, this heritage village hosts a week-long festival.
Address: Naga Heritage Village, Kisama, Nagaland 797005
You all should know that the Nagaland is a land of greeneries, wildlife, flora, and fauna and is rich in its ethnic treasure. Also, you’ll notice that the festival celebrated every year in the state has got to be so successful and popular. Everyone loves it and a lot of people come together as one in this festival. No doubt! That you all are going to love this festival.
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In the end, you all should know that Hornbill festival this year will be celebrated from 1st to 10th of December. You all can join them from other Indian states to check out their style and love. As you all may know that the people keep on coming for this festival and that’s why the dates of the festival are extended to 10th this year. The festival, every year, is celebrated at the Naga Heritage Village in Kisama, which is located at a distance of around 12 km from the capital city Kohima.