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About Mon District


Mon, a town, in the northern region of Nagaland, in northeastern India. It is located north of the Naga Hills, about 10 miles (16 km) northwest of the Myanmar (Burma) border. Mon was taken over by the British in 1889 and appointed branch headquarters; it was the scene of terrorist attacks until the founding of the country of Nagaland in 1963. The village has many traditional cottage factories and is known for its weaving. It also trades in bay leaf. . The north-south road connects to Mon via another route from Sibsagar (Assam district) to the northwest.

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Mon District is home to the Konyak Nagas. The Konyak are famous for their faces and carved bodies. The most colorful Konyaks festival, seen every year. The Konyak are the largest tribe among the Naga people


The region has an area of ​​1786 km2.


There are 14 sub-districts in total by Mon.


There are 131 total districts in the region.


There are 2 cities in total in this region.

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