For Centuries, the Nagaland people used to live in the mountain top villages, each village are independent. The Naga Hills District under Assam was established in 1866 with its Headquarters at Samaguting, which was later shifted to Wokha in 1879 and finally to Kohima. The eastern portion of the Naga-inhabited regions was first designated as the Naga Tribal Area and then as the Tuensand Frontier Division. To buy Indian Stamp and miniature sheets visit our site Philacy.com
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On 1st December 1963, Nagaland became the 16th state of the Indian Union by merging the Naga Hills District of Assam and Tuensand Frontier Division of North East Frontier Agency. The establishment of the State is noteworthy because it prepared the way for peace to rule in a region that had previously experienced unimaginable brutality and suffering as a result of an insurgency movement. To meet the hopes of the people, Statehood has paved the way for tremendous social and economic development.