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Nagaland is a state in the extreme North-eastern area of India, bounded on the West and North by the Assam State, Myanmar in the East, by the Arunachal Pradesh State in the North and in the South by the Manipur State. Its topography is mountainous, thickly wooded, and cut by deep river valleys. The Naga Hills in the North rise from the valley of the Brahmaputra River. Numerous rivers flow through Nagaland although some of these are largely hard to navigate. The state is made up of Eleven administrative districts and it is a home to sixteen major tribes along with other subtribes with their unique customs, languages and dresses. Like the other states of India, Nagaland has a rich oral tradition which has been handed down from one generation to another. This state is a land of song and music where one can hear folk songs praising the brave deeds of ancient warriors and folk heroes, love songs immortalizing tragic love stories, gospel songs and modern tunes.

Dimapur
Kiphire
Kohima
Longleng
Mokokchung
Mon
Peren
Phek
Tuensang
Wokha
Zunheboto

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