Kisama - Hornbill Festival on Day-4 

4th December 2011: 
After Khonoma, we toyed with idea to visit another village like Tuophema or maybe the Dzukou valley. But the Manager of Cimorb said visiting these places at a time when Hornbill is on may not be that great. Besides we had not really seen all the Exhibitions & Stalls and the WWII Museum as yet. So we decided to go to Festival site again today. We called Binod's taxi and he dropped us at Kisema by 9:30AM.

First we visited the The Bamboo pavilion of Naga  Art and Sketches. Some amazing exhibits there. We were allowed to take pictures there and we shot most of the good ones there. Some are shown here and more on the 'slideshow' panel at the bottom of this page. 


  
Sculpture of a lady titled "Waiting"

After the Artist Corner we went to a stall of Naga flowers & fruits and then on to an amazing historical museum of WWII pictures, info-panels and some war relics. We were not allowed to take any pictures inside WWII pavilion. 



WWII Museum entrance - at Kisema

After the WWII museum we went and watched the main arena dances and cultural show for some time, then had a veg lunch and finally visited the Bamboo Pavilion - of stalls selling all things Naga and Northeast. We bought some some Hornbill T-shirts and Naga bead-necklaces and ear-pieces for the wives and called it a day and went back to the Hotel in a share-taxi.
 
      
The Artist's Corner - Naga Artworks






















































Above: Dances & Shows at Main arena

The huge 'Bamboo Pavilion' of many Shops