Nagaland at a glance

Nagaland is a state located in northeastern India, bordered by Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, and Myanmar. Its capital is Kohima. The state is known for its rich culture and traditions, with many ethnic groups living in the state, each with their own unique customs and festivals. The state's economy is primarily based on agriculture and forestry, and it is also known for its handicrafts and textiles. The state is also known for its hilly terrain and diverse wildlife.

Here, Nagaland at a glance provides important information and figures about Nagaland. This is helpful for General Knowledge exams.

Nagaland at a glance
Particulars Description
Capital Kohima
Established 1st December 1963
Largest City Dimapur
Latitude 25o 6’N to 27o4’N
Longitude 93o 20’ E to 95o15’E
Area Total 16,579 km2
Districts 15
Sub Divisions 114
Rural Development Blocks 74
No. of Municipal Corporations 0
Towns 26
Villages 1428
Total Population (Census 2011) 19,78,502
Male (Census 2011) 10,24,649
Female (Census 2011) 9,53,853
Density (Census 2011) 119 per sq. km
Literacy Rate -Total (Census 2011) 79.55%
Literacy Rate -Male (Census 2011) 82.75%
Literacy Rate -Female (Census 2011) 76.11%
Highest peak Mount Saramati (12,602 ft)
Official Language English
State Mammal Mithun
State Bird Blyth's tragopan
State Flower Rhododendron
State Tree Alder
State Fish Chocolate mahseer
Airport Dimapur
Lok Sabha Constituency 1
Rajya Sabha Seat 1
Vidhan Sabha Constituency 60