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Winners of 2nd Gordon Graham Prize for Naga Literature announced

We are delighted to announced the winners of the 2nd annual Gordon Graham Prize for Naga Literature which were awarded to the winners at the start of the 2019 Hornbill Festival on 1st December in Kohima.

The winner in the Fiction category is Dr Neikehienuo Mepfhu-o for her book “My Mother’s Daughter” and Dr Abraham Lotha in the Non-Fiction category for his book, “The Hornbill Spirit: Nagas Living Their Nationalism”

Congratulations to both winners!

Naga Literature Prize 2019
Naga Non-Fiction winner Dr Abraham Lotha

 

Non-Fiction category winner Dr Abraham Lotha receiving his prize from Nagaland Chief Minister Shri Neiphiu Rio.

 

 

Fiction category winner Dr Neikehienuo Mepfhu-o

 

Fiction category winner Dr Neikehienuo Mepfhu-o receiving her prize from Nagaland Chief Minister Shri Neiphiu Rio.

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