Tribal Art of the the Nagas of the Assam Burma Border.
Art of the North East Frontier of India, Verrier Elwin, Northeast Frontier Agency Shillong 1959 .
This book is probably the major source of information about the culture and art of the people that live and lived in the North East Frontier of India.
This work is rich of interesting information about the unknown tribal world of the Northeast frontier of India lying in the eastern Himalayan foothills bordering Tibet and Burma.
Ethnoflorence Collection and Photo Archive.
That’s area is well known today as Aurnachal Pradesh, this region it’s the home to some of the least known tribal peoples in Asia.
Photo Courtesy George Hegarty Collection USA/JAPAN.
In this important book the author covers the Buddhist worlds bordering on Bhutan, Tibet and Burma, including ethnic groups suc as the Monpa and Khampti together with the wide central region inhabited by the Apa Tanis, Daflas, Akas, Tagins, Gallongs, Mishmis and the Naga bordering on Burma region.
Photo courtesy Catherine Morvan Collection France.
Visit THE NAGAS OF THE ASSAM-BURMA BORDER CAMBRIDGE EXPERIMENTAL VIDEODISC PROJECT on : www.alanmacfarlane.com
The Men Who Hunted Heads – the Nagas of Assam
A BBC film, compiled from film made by Christoph von Fürer-Haimendorf in the Naga Hills in 1970. Most of the film is of the Konyak and Wanchu Nagas, but there is also some Apa Tani materials included.
Lower Konyak tribe, Northern Nagaland Shangnyu village.
Following photos Courtesy Walter Callens http://www.flickr.com/photos/waltercallens/
Arts Premiers Art Primitive Collection and Photo Archive Bruxelles http://sanza.skynetblogs.be/
Photos from Catherine Morvan , George Hegarty, Ethnoflorence Collections.