Naga Culture is the portrayal of the unique but unknown Naga Peoples. Their habitat is located in the mountains of Nagalim, disputably part of the North East of India and the Northwest of Myanmar, formerly Burma. Over forty tribes with common ancestry but a multitude of affiliated languages and attires make up the Naga community. Seeing them in their finest attires during festivals as well as in ordinary life is an extraordinary experience. And, because their land until recently has been isolated from the outside world hardly a soul knows about them; this includes Indians and Myanmarese. Naga Culture is photographed and written by Frans Welman and Ngathingkhui Jagoi, with important visual from Caisii Mao and Famke Veenstra.