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The Handmade Fairy Alila Doll Of Northeast India

The Handmade Fairy Alila Doll Of Northeast India

PML 07/12/2016 0
 Meet Alila our fairy nungshiba handmade doll who loves everything that mother nature has to offer. Someday's she's off hopping to the foothills singing songs with the birds, playing with the sunlight peeking in through the tall forest trees, wading through the crystal clear waters in the stream below the mountains, with squirrels and rabbits for company. Amongst all the handmade fairy dolls in Nagaland she has the most beautiful garden, with flowers of all shapes and kind blooming in blended notes. It is said the fairy god mothers love visiting her garden so much that they always wish the sun...
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Kiren Rijiju And Pema Khandu With Nungshiba Handmade Dolls Of Northeast India

Kiren Rijiju And Pema Khandu With Nungshiba Handmade Dolls Of Northeast India

PML 28/11/2016 0
 Sitting in the gravel garden under the big old tree, the girls laughed happliy as they worked together with their pins and needles to make special dolls for Kiren Rijiju Pema Khandu Sushmita Dev. As the autumn evening set in Nagaland, the doll-makers finished making the most beautiful dolls from recycled fabrics to gift the charismatic leaders from Northeast India as Zuboni Humtsoe and Lothungbeni R Humtsoe travelled to attend the Youth Summit at Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh. When the dolls were presented the dynamic Kiren Rijiju laughed as he held the doll made in his honor. “This is so cute”...
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The Beautiful Handmade Tribal Dolls Of Nagaland, Northeast India

The Beautiful Handmade Tribal Dolls Of Nagaland, Northeast India

PML 15/11/2016 5
 Inspired by the beautiful tribal women of Nagaland the Nungshiba doll-makers made some of the most beautiful dolls with traditional handmade fabrics and hand stitched tribal patterns and designs onto each doll. Each rag doll is handmade with unique styles and features making every rag doll one of a kind. The tribal Naga women wear beautiful traditional wrap-around’s commonly called ‘mekhla’. Each Naga tribe have their own unique designs, color, style, patterns and flowers. Most tribes have their own unique way of draping and wearing the mekhla, differing from village to village and range as w...
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