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About Mokokchung District


During the British occupation of India, the Mokokchung area was part of the Naga Hills District of Assam. The Mokokchung district of the Naga Hills District was created in 1889, and has remained so since India's independence in 1947. The Naga Hills region remained the province of Assam until 1957. At that time the sub-district of Mokokchung became a district, one in three belonging to the Kohima. . In February 1961 the Naga Hills Tuensang Area was renamed “Nagaland”, and in December 1963 Nagaland became the 16th district of India. Finally, December 1973 saw the new Zunheboto and Wokha districts being recorded in Mokokchung.

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Mokokchung is best known for its Christmas, New Year's, Moatsü and Tsungremong celebrations. Its a tradition of celebrating Christmas and New Year's celebrations at midnight.


The region has an area of ​​1719 km2.


There are 4 total villages in Mokokchung.


There are 120 villages in the region.


There are 4 cities in total in the region.

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