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Naga shawl

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Naga shawl

Naga shawls (Hindi: नागा शॉल) are traditional shawls with a distinctive pattern (primarily in red and black wool) made by various Naga tribes from Nagaland in India.

There are efforts underway to recognise this type of textile material with a Geographical indication.[1]

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  • Interesting coverage of a variety of Naga textile and other crafts.
  • Tribal textiles of Nagaland

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