Let me start with congratulating the beautiful couple Khuchong and Benjamin who got married and are starting a new life together which will be filled with adventures, happiness, laughter and lots of love and joy. Its a complete honour for me to attend a wedding in Nagaland and i could carry my camera with me. And i am ever obliged to the family who let me take some pictures of the wedding.
The Hornbill Festival also known as the Festival of Festivals inception was in the year 2000 to showcase the culture of Nagaland and promote tourism of the State. Hornbill Festival is a 10 day long festival starting from 1st of Dec, the date in which Nagaland attained Statehood.
The various tribes in Nagaland celebrates several festivals year long and Hornbill brings to the world a preview in to the amazing colour and vibrance that these tribes have.
Sailing brings out the most intimate calmness I have ever known which I did not even know existed. The breeze, the salty air and the most important part is that one is controlling wind to reach a destination. To me that is absolute awesomeness.
I remember travelling to his marriage years back. Felt ages when i parked into his driveway after years. Me and ‘D’ (for the new readers thats my wife) with our son opened the gates to nostalgia. We became what we are today because of our friendship in college. We stood ground to the temptations of college life and emerged unscathed only because of our friendship. After leaving college we went our separate ways promising to meet often. Months changed into years and it took us 8 long years to meet again. When we finally met there were lil angels running all around and i managed to get one of them in my frame. Posting her pic today