Donin Yeng Presents "A Walk Into A Fading Heritage" a Premium Photography Exhibition on World Tourism Day 2016

Date

27 September 2016

Directorate of Tourism, Government of Nagaland, Kohima, Nagaland
Kohima, Nagaland
La India

"A Walk Into A Fading Heritage" is a Series of an Exclusive Premium Photography Exhibition presented by Donin Yeng Photography and powered by Fading Heritage.
Donin Yeng, a Travel Photographer from Imphal, Manipur (North East India) and based in Dimapur, Nagaland is here to show case his vast collections of photographs taken during his many Exploration Tours from all across North East India as he continues to travel far and wide taking the Road Less Travelled.
It is his humble and most sincere efforts in trying to "Bring People From Around The World Closer To North East India Through The Untold Stories He Reveals To Us In His Photographs".
The main collections for this photo exhibition will be from Nagaland.
Commemorating the Celebration of World Tourism Day on 27th September 2016 the photo exhibition aims in unveiling the rich cultural heritage that's lost in time yet so pristine. And with this year’s theme by UNWTO as “Tourism For All – Promoting Universal Accessibility”, through the medium of Photography, Donin Yeng emphasize the power of an Image captured in his camera to portray the message that tourism can be for all only when we Preserve, Protect and Promote our Culture, our People and our Place. Universal accessibility in tourism is all about the creation of environments that can cater for the needs of all of us, whether we are traveling or staying at home, the right for all of the world’s citizens to experience the incredible diversity of our planet and the beauty of the world we live in.
Let us all see through the images of our roots for a sustainable coexistence of the beautiful world that we live in and the blessed life we have to see it all.