Konyak Naga Men

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Konyak Naga men.

The word ‘Konyak’ is derived from ‘Kaonyak which means ‘blackhead’ or ‘human’. The connotation is that the look of human appears black with head black. Read more.

Photographed at the Hornbill Festival in 2012.

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2 Responses to “Konyak Naga Men”

  1. Hornbill Festival Says:

    Konyak is one of the fiercest tribes, I have ever seen.
    Has been to Mon which is a Konyak tribe village in Nagaland.
    And would surely suggest your readers to visit this village too when in Nagaland.
    To know more on this tribe

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