The hills are alive…
Photo by Shiv Ahuja

Ziro Valley, home to the Apatani tribe in Arunachal Pradesh, is a 15-hour drive from Guwahati in Assam. This was my third visit to the majestic Ziro valley, and more than just photographing my Apatani friends and the annual festival of music held here, I was interested in capturing the sheer explosive energy that the festival represents. These photographs from Ziro are best described by what Sanchal Malhar, vocalist of The Superfuzz, had to say: “I know this is a beautiful place, but I think you guys have a bit of angst in you. Get it out for this song.”

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