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Nagaland Tourism collaborates with centre for Autumn Fest in Delhi

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By EMN Updated: Nov 01, 2023 7:18 pm

DIMAPUR — Nagaland Tourism, in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, is set to host the second edition of the Autumn Festival on November 3 and 4 in New Delhi.

Building on the success of its inaugural edition last year, the festival gives Delhiites a taste of the Hornbill Festival, particularly for those who are unable to travel to Nagaland. The first day of the festival, November 3, is an invitation-only event, while the second day, November 4, is open to all.

According to a press release, Temjen Imna Along, Minister of Tourism and Higher Education, stated that the event’s goal is to provide an immersive experience for those who are unable to visit Nagaland while also deepening the appreciation of those who can, and that it is a win-win situation for everyone.

Over the course of two days, a diverse array of Nagaland’s enterprises and artists will present the finest in food, textiles, handicrafts, art, and music.

Among the notable participants are Runway India, Made in Nagaland, Woven Threads, Fusion Nagaland, Ikali’s Studio, and Kintem, to name a few. The presence of Chef Aketoli Zhimomi, who was recently named to Culinary Culture’s list of India’s Top 30 Chefs, adds culinary flair to the event.

The festival promises a fashion show, spotlighting Naga textiles in both traditional and contemporary styles, alongside musical performances by renowned artists from the state. In addition, an art exhibition will feature the works of some of Nagaland’s most accomplished artists.

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By EMN Updated: Nov 01, 2023 7:18:23 pm
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