Korean culture is flooding into India’s Nagaland.
The weaving tradition of Lotha Naga tribals is becoming rare as young generation stays away from it.
There are 112 primary schools, 34 middle schools and 23 high schools in Nagaland’s Wokha, but none for children with special needs.
Recently Nagaland government has shown much seriousness in achieving higher industrial growth.
Nagaland’s Mount Tiyi is a key environmental and cultural feature for the local Lotha people.
Korean culture is flooding into Nagaland.
In Nagaland’s Wokha district and elsewhere women still engage in back-breaking labor with nothing but manual tools to till the soil.