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Famous Cities in Nagaland

Kohima

Kohima is the hilly capital of India's north eastern border state of Nagaland which shares its borders with Burma. With a resident population of 267,988 it is the second largest city in the state. Originally known as Kewhira, it was founded in 1878 when the British Empire established its headquarters of the then Naga Hills.

Chumukedima

Chumukedima is a census town and the district headquarters of the Dimapur district, in the state of Nagaland, India. The Tourist Village on the top of a hill projects a birds eye view the whole of Dimapur and other parts of Karbi Anglong of Assam. Waterfalls are also located in this area.

Dimapur

Dimapur is the largest city in Nagaland, India. The Assam government leased it out for 99 years after Nagaland was carved out of Assam. Situated on the banks of the Dhansiri, Dimapur, often described as the Brick City by European scholars and also by the Ahoms.

Mokokchung

Mokokchung is a town and a municipality in Mokokchung district in the Indian state of Nagaland. Mokokchung is particularly noted for its extravagant Christmas, New Year, Moatsu and Tsungremong celebrations.

Mon

Mon is a town and a town area committee in Mon district in the Indian state of Nagaland. The Konyaks and the Aos are the two tribes that constitute almost the entire urban population of present day Mon town.

Mopongchuket

Mopungchuket is an Ao village in Mokokchung District in the state of Nagaland in India. The village is associated with legends such as the romantic story of Jina and Etiben, called the Romeo and Juliet of the Ao Naga tribes.

Peren

Peren is small Town in Nagaland, India. It is the district headquarters of the Peren district. Zeliang, Rongmei and Kuki are the main inhabitants.

Tuensang

Tuensang is a town in Nagaland, India. It is the headquarters of the Tuensang district, the easternmost and the largest district of Nagaland, bordering with Myanmar. Nowadays, these four districts combined together are also known as Eastern Nagaland.

Ungma

Ungma is a historic village situated 10 km south of the heart of Mokokchung town in India. Ungma is one of the most ancient Ao villages and of great tourist interest to view the folklore, customs and traditions of Ao Naga. Nature Park Ungma is a beautiful park located in the outskirt of the Village.

Wokha

Wokha district, declared as the land of plenty by the state government of Nagaland, due to her rich mineral resources. Mount Tiyi is a hill which has supernatural legends associated with it. Most Nagas believe that this mountain is the abode of departed souls.

Zunheboto

Zunheboto is also known as Zunhebo in Sumi dialect. It is a town or town area committee in Zunheboto district in the state of Nagaland, India. Zunheboto lies north of the Satoi Range.





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