One of the great aspects of travel is the experience of
discovery. The thrill of going some place that’s not overrun by tourists and having an authentic experience is one
of the best rushes in life. In this article, Gordon Janow
writes about just
such a place. He explores the more remote corners of the Indian sub-continent, often to places few Westerners have
Nagaland is in India in a region bordered by Myanmar in the Indian states of Arunchal Pradesh and Assam. It is a
tribal area, jungly and rough where 15 Naga tribes call home. The people here have two key skills: weaving shawls
and headhunting, a very diverse set of skills to be sure. Janow goes there to chec kit out.