Dimapur, November 2 (NE): An International Awardee will be visiting the remotest Naga villages in India and Myanmar inorder to document Naga’s cultures, people and environment.
In a notification through official website, the Royal Geographic Society (RGS), an International NGO based at Europe, mentioned that a British travel author and television producer, Antonia Bolingbroke Kent of Silk Road Adventure, as Neville Schulman Challenge Awardee will be visiting Naga villages.
In this regard, the lady travel writer will be visiting through her itineraries to experience the Naga way of life in days to come – exploring to create International platform through her report.
Website further stated that, travel writer, Antonia Bolingbroke Kent will meet shamans, Baptist preachers, opium farmers, jade miners, wildlife traders and Naga insurgents engaged in the ongoing struggle for independence from India and Myanmar.
(Photo: My Hero (motorbike) arriving from the mountains of Arunachal Pradesh, ready for our journey through Nagaland, tweeted Antonia on November 1, 2019 at 11:10pm)
It is pertinent to note that the RGS has been initiating for international exploration and therefore organises such awards every year – giving chances to new people for exploring new areas around the world.
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