Namsai: Through Partha Borgohain’s Viewfinder

Namsai is a beautiful township in the Eastern part of Arunachal Pradesh on the banks of River Nao Dihing. Just 75 kms from Tinsukia town in Assam, Namsai comes under the Lohit district which is headquartered at Tezu.

Namsai is fast developing as a township as it connects a major part of Arunachal Pradesh with Assam through Dirak Gate. With merchants from other parts of the country coming down to the place, Namsai is fast becoming a rich convergence of tribal and modern life.

The local people majorly practice Buddhism religion. These local people have very high value for their culture and tradition.



About the Author

Partha Borgohain have done his Films and Photography degree from Madras Christian College and then further pursued specialization in Cinematography and Films. After finishing his studies he started working as assistant with ace cinematographer Mr. Ayananka Bose in Bombay and latter on joined Indian film industry’s renowned cinematographer and director Mr. Rajiv Menon. He was engaged in extensive work in the Indian Film industry primarily in the Bombay and Madras working on several TV Advertisement and also in development of feature films. He is now working as an Freelance Cinematographer and Filmmaker. Earlier to this he also worked in Maxim Magazine [in the Art Dept. at Delhi] and The Score Magazine [as a Photographer at Madras]. He also worked in advertising agency such as Mudra and FCB Ulka [both at Delhi]. More posts by:

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  1. Nice pictures. Add more. Haven’t been to the place but heard about it. :)

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