The Hornbill Festival, also called the ‘Festivals of Festivals’, is a 10-day festival celebrated every year in December from 1st to 10th, in Nagaland, Northeast India. The festival is named after the Indian bird Hornbill. The festival showcases the rich and diverse Naga ethnicity through traditional music, folk dances, handicraft, local cuisine, art, and workshops, etc. Lui Ngai Ni is the other popular festival of the Nagas after Hornbill.
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