Remnants of the ‘Tehuba’ & its diminishing importance

Remnants of the ‘Tehuba’ & its diminishing importance

Ketholeno Neihu A sit-out place/ stone look-out place, stone sitting ciecle (as described by JH Hutton, The Angami Nagas) of the Angami Nagas, also called “Tehuba”, “Tsiephe/Tsekhwe”, or “Daho” in the local dialect forms an indispensible part of traditional identity.   Typically, a stone sit-out place is an art of masonry wherein firmly built stone […]