Inspired by Symbols of Nagaland Notebook (Small) - Set Two - Set of 2
The Great Indian Hornbill, now an endangered species, is found in the forests of Nepal, India, the Malay peninsula and Sumatra. Also called the king of birds for its majestic beauty and vivid colours, it is a vital part of Naga culture and rituals. The beak of the hornbill is highly prized and is used as a decorative element in Naga headdresses and houses. The hornbill feathers are considered a symbol of honor, richness, warrior prowess and other indicators of social status in Naga society. The Hornbill Festival of Nagaland is a cultural extravaganza held every year in the first week of December as a tribute to this beautiful creature.
Nagaland has striking tribal jewellery that is an integral part of the rich culture and of the state. Jewellery often represented the social status of the person and was also the visual symbols of their martial triumphs and conquests. Necklaces of shell beads, stone beads and glass trade beads are crafted by skilled tribal artisans. Women in Nagaland, wear lots of beads round their neck that hang up to their thereby covering up the breasts. The beaded jewellery is extensive and is generally found in three forms – a head band, necklace and a girdle belt.
Paper : 100 GSM Bond Paper
Pages : 112 (Plain) Each
Cover : Hard Bound Matt Laminated
Size : Approx. 11.5 cm x 14.5 cm
There may be a little variation in the product as our notebooks are hand bound.
Slight difference in colour from the visible product image is possible.