|−|There are 16 different tribes in Nagaland: |+|
|−|1.Angami | |
|−|2.Ao | |
|−|3.Chakhesang | |
|−|4.Chang | |
|−|5.Kachari | |
|−|6.Khiamniungan | |
|−|7.Konyak | |
|−|8.Kuki | |
|−|9.Lotha | |
|−|10.Phom | |
|−|11.Pochury | |
|−|12.Rengma | |
|−|13.Sangtam | |
|−|14.Sumi | |
|−|15.Yimchunger | |
|−|16.Zeliang | |
| || |
Revision as of 16:45, 13 November 2008
Nagaland is in the north east of India.
TO! YO! WHATS UP DAWG HERE AT SCHOOL HATE SOCIAL STUDIES OOHH NO TEACHER IS COMMING G2G
All foreign nationals need to get a Restricted Area Permit before arriving in Nagaland. Permits are available from Indian consular offices abroad, as well as from the Ministry of Home Affairs, South Block, New Delhi. Indian nationals wishing to visit Nagaland must get an Inner Line Permit from the Nagaland House in Delhi and Kolkata.
The Nagaland city of Dimapur is on the Guwahati to Dibrugarh rail line and is well serviced by trains from Delhi, Howrah, and other important Indian cities.
Indian Airlines flies to Dimapur from Kolkata and Guwahati.
- Kickstart Adventures- an adventure tourism firm, has pioneered motorcycle tours in North East India. This adventure motorbike tour covers the states of Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, and Arunachal Pradesh, giving a traveller to visit to not only popular places but also rural parts of the region to experience first-hand of tribal cultures and traditions. The firm conducts tours all round the year.
Kohima, the state capital, houses the largest crucifix in Asia.