The iconic Taj Mahal Palace played the perfect host, as the resplendent culture of North East captivated the audience with a medley of music, dance, fashion, food, handicrafts and much more. All pics/ Yogen Shah
The third edition was bigger and better than ever with support from various North Eastern States and Taj Group of Hotels. The initiative was driven by the reputed socio-cultural trust of North East, Trend MMS as a part of the North East Festival initiative.
Colours of North East showcased a beautiful presentation of the diverse North Eastern culture. To celebrate the soulful sounds of the region, the evening featured Mangka â an artiste from Laihui, Imphal and Rida & The Musical Folks from Shillong, Meghalaya.
A breathtaking presentation of the Cheraw dance left everyone spellbound. Performed in Mizoram, Cheraw is characterized by the use of bamboo staves which are kept in cross and horizontal forms on the ground.
Filmmaker Ayan Mukherjee was present at the event.
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With a view to promote business and tourism, 'Colours of North East' Ã¢ÂÂ a festival to celebrate the beautiful diversity of the region, was held in Mumbai. Take a look at the pictures
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