One of the smallest states in India, Nagaland, situated in the north eastern corner of the country, attained statehood in 1963. Nagaland is bound by Assam in the west, Arunachal Pradesh and Assam on the North and Manipur in the South, and shares an international border with Myanmar on the East. The Naga Hills run through this small state, which has Saramati as its highest peak at a height of 12,600 ft. The main rivers that flow through Nagaland are Dhansiri, Doyang, Dikhu and Jhanji.
The state consists of seven districts, with sixteen tribes and sub-tribes. The Nagas, inhabitants of Nagaland, are said to belong to the Indo-Mongoloid stock, a race whose presence was first noted ten centuries before Christ, at the time of the compilation of the Vedas. Nagaland is today, one of only 3 states in India, with a Christian majority.
As a tourist destination, Nagaland is almost unexplored - making it a perfect getaway for the adventurous.
Situated at 1500 metres above sea level, Nagaland's capital is one of the prettiest cities of the North East. Visit:
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Inhabited by tigers and Hoolock gibbons, this sanctuary is close to the Myanmar border.
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