There has been a ceasefire in Nagaland since 1997 after an almost 50-year war
between the Indian Government and groups fighting for independence. In Chenwetnyu, near the Nagaland-Myanmar border, 98-year old Cheno Khuzuthrupa remembers the war through a wooden engraving outside his house. And in neighbouring Wakching, Zubeni and Shoupa talk about an Austrian ethnologist’s photography in the area from the 1930s. In Nagaland, the past lingers, framed through photographs, casting shadows over the present.