Nagaland

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Na·ga·land

 (nä′gə-lănd′)
A state of extreme eastern India on the border with Myanmar (Burma). Historically under Burmese control and later incorporated into Assam by the British, Nagaland was made a separate Indian state in 1963.

Nagaland

(ˈnɑːɡəˌlænd)
n
(Placename) a state of NE India: formed in 1962 from parts of Assam and the North-East Frontier Agency; inhabited chiefly by Naga tribes; consists of almost inaccessible forested hills and mountains (the Naga Hills); shifting cultivation predominates. Capital: Kohima. Pop: 1 988 636 (2001). Area: 16 579 sq km (6401 sq miles)

Na•ga•land

(ˈnɑ gəˌlænd)

n.
a state in NE India. 1,209,546; 6366 sq. mi. (16,488 sq. km). Cap.: Kohima.
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