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Nagaland Geography, Location, Landmass, Terrain, Rivers, Dams, Features

Nagaland Geography, Location, Landmass, Terrain, Rivers, Dams, Features

Nagaland is a state in northeastern India. It's capital name is Aizawl. It was commissioned to Indian Union on 1st December 1963.

Nagaland is the southernmost lying in the hills and mountains of the northeastern part of the country. It is one of the smaller states of India. 

Nagaland is bordered by the Indian states of Arunachal Pradesh to the northeast, Manipur to the south, and Assam to the west and northwest and the country of Myanmar (Burma) to the east. 

Nagaland has 11 districts and covers an area of 16,579 km(6,401 sq mi).

Nagaland has a monsoonal (wet-dry) climate. Annual rainfall averages between 70 and 100 inches and average temperatures decrease with greater elevation

Nagaland is an ideal destination for trekking, rock climbing, and jungle camping.

Rivers

 Dhansiri, Dikhu, Doyang and the Jhanji                                     3.                            

Nagaland

Capital: Kohima

Largest City: Dimapur

Districts: 11

Official Language: English

Population: 1,980,602

Literacy: 80.11 % 

Major Crops: Rice, maize, small millets, pulses (legumes), oilseeds, fibers, sugarcane, potato, and tobacco 

State Animal: Mithun

State Bird: Blyth's Tragopan

State Flower: Tree rhododendron

State Tree: Alder

Governor: Padmanabha Acharya

Chief Minister: Neiphiu Rio (NDPP)


 

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