Nagaland State – The Mysterious State

Nagaland State – नागालैंड राज्य

Nagaland State is one among the 29 states of India which is located in the North Eastern Region and is bordered with Assam which is located on the west, Arunachal Pradesh which is located on the north, Myanmar which is located on the east and Manipur which is located on the east. The capital city is the “Kohima” and the largest city is “Dimapur”.

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Nagaland Population – नागालैंड जनसंख्या

The Population of NL is about 1,980,602 which is the 25th largest state in Indian population and the Districts are covering with an area of 16,579 square kilometers (or) 6,401 square miles, which comes 26th on the area basis.

Nagaland Language – नागालैंड भाषा

The official and native language of NL state is “English” which is widely spoken languages in the state.

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Formation of NL State

The state came into existence on the year 01st Dec of 1963. The High Court of Nagaland is the apex judicial body in the state.

Indian State of NL Symbols

Animal Mithun
Bird Blyth’s tragopan (Tragopan blythii)
Flower Rhododendron
Tree Alder

Holiday Destination Designated by NL Tourism and Culture

  • Hornbill Festival is the special attraction of the state tourism which will enjoy by the foreign tourists and Indian tourists
  • The state has its rich culture by showcasing of history and wildlife
  • There are 16 tribes are located in the state among those few are larger tribes and few are smaller tribes.
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NL Districts

Nagaland Map illustrates that “Kohima” is the capital and the largest city is “Dimapur of this northeastern state and consists of 12 Districts and below are the Nagaland Districts:

Dimapur district
Kiphire district
Kohima district
Longleng district
Mokokchung district
Mon District
Peren district
Phek district
Tuensang district
Wokha district
Zunheboto district
Noklak district
Nagaland Government

Nagaland Public Service Commission

NL Rivers

The below are the few rivers of NL which flows through the state:

  • Doyang
  • Dikhu
  • Dhansiri River
  • Tizu
  • Milak
  • Zungki
  • Kushiyara River
  • Mora Dhansiri River

Important Details of NL State
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