Where the Head is Held High …| Naga Headdress

April 08, 2015

The Naga people are  proud of their heritage.

With a hat and fashion sense like theirs, I would be too.

It must be so easy to live Tagore’s words there:

“Where the head is held high & the mind is without fear….”

A hat or headdress like this one might probably help to create that mentality!NAGA WARRIOR TRIBE, NAGALAND, NORTH EAST INDIA

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April 2015

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