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Comment by Amitabh Sarma on November 24, 2014 at 7:03am


The Aoling festival is celebrated by the Konyak tribe in Mon district, a remote corner of northern part of Nagaland. This festival signifies the beginning of the New Year. It is celebrated after the completion of sowing. During the festival people dress up in colourful and traditional attire to participate in the festivities. Their headgear is made up of skulls, skin and feathers of animals and birds. The villagers play log-drums in front of the ‘Morung’, women perform dances with folk songs, and the men dance the warrior dance with their guns and spears which depicts the stories of valour in the battle during the heydays of head-hunting. The guns are fired at random throughout the village at the end.

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Comment by Moe Lay on November 22, 2014 at 7:57am
"Welcome To The Naga New Year Festival"

        Every January,as the monsoon clouds recede and the cold wind blows from the north,the Nagas celebrate the New Year.All the Naga clans living in the shadow of Mt.Saramati congregate alternatively either at Leshi or Lahe in the Naga Hills to celebrate this Festival for it is the time for celebration and to say thanks to Mother Earth who had provided a good harvest this year and also to pray for a bountiful New Year.But this Festival is also the time for the senior generations to meet old friends ,re-live their younger days and exchange news or the boys to meet the girl
and fall in love. But most important of all it is the time for them to welcome visitors,to share the joy and happiness with friends and guests at this auspicious time.
    So,all are welcome to share a celebratory cup of Naga Khaung Ye(rice spirit)together with our Naga cousins at the New Year Celebratons.

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