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Longwa Village, Nagaland

Interesting because of its geographical location and culture, Longwa village is located in the Mon district of Nagaland. Mon district is a beautiful district dotted with several mesmerising places of tourist interest. It is the place where coal mine was discovered in 1907. Longwa is one of the biggest villages in the district. Some portion of this village lies in India and some in Burma. However, it is controlled by a chief known as Angh. Half of the house of the chief falls in India and the other half in Burma. One more peculiar thing about this village is that the Angh of the village has 60 wives. The lucky villagers have two citizenships, one from India and the other one from Burma. Both the parts of the village have schools.

The tribal people of the village welcome their guests with a warm smile and extend hospitality in plenty. They will make you feel at home. A visit to the village will acquaint you with the culture of the tribe. They are skilled in making exquisite handicrafts. Most of the handicrafts made by them are prepared from cane and bamboo which are available in abundance in the forests of Nagaland.
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