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Nagaland – Adventures in the Land of Nagas – Introducing Kohima (Part 3)

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Exploring Nagaland was like unfolding secret pages of India’s treasure book. It felt like going back ages & watching a live museum in the era of hunting and farming. It was a real discovery of breathtaking and untouched natural beauty, a preview of hidden and unknown Indian traditions, supreme quality of people and their hospitality.

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Welcome to Kohima!

Welcome to Kohima!

Dimapur to Kohima is hardly a 3-hour journey. So we hired a yellow taxi for Rs.800 from Dimapur railway station. It was a very hot afternoon. As soon as we started our journey, we got stuck in heavy traffic. I thought this is definitely not the reason why I am here!

Nagaland – Adventures in the Land of Nagas – Obtaining ILP (Part 2)

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Exploring Nagaland was like unfolding secret pages of India’s treasure book. It felt like going back ages & watching a live museum in the era of hunting and farming. It was a real discovery of breathtaking and untouched natural beauty, a preview of hidden and unknown Indian traditions, supreme quality of people and their hospitality.

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Only two things can change such situations-  Attitude OR strict observance of the law.

Only two things can change such situations- Attitude OR strict observance of the law.

Next day, early morning we reached Deputy Commissioner’s (DC) office and applied for an Inner Line Permit (ILP). The officer in there was asking Neeraj and Harsha about our Mt. Saramati trek plan. Listening to their conversation, person standing beside them gave them a phone number of one person from Kiphire district who was going to arrange a trek to Mt. Saramati. So nice of him!

Nagaland – Adventures in the Land of Nagas (Part 1)

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SubscribeFiled Under: India,by Bhakti

Exploring Nagaland was like unfolding secret pages of India’s treasure book. It felt like going back ages & watching a live museum in the era of hunting and farming. It was a real discovery of breathtaking and untouched natural beauty, a preview of hidden and unknown Indian traditions, supreme quality of people and their hospitality.

Click for: Part One | Part Two | Part Three

And the adventure begins now...

And the adventure begins now…

It’s a story of travel… a story of memories… a story of adventure and a story of great people. Fifteen unforgettable days of experiences, shocks, surprises and thrills. They are not soldiers, they are not sports champions, they are not social workers, they are not big, fat, wealthy or rich. They are just common people with uncommon qualities. They are “Nagas”, people with great hearts. The hospitality which we experienced was out of this world. I have never seen so kind and generous people in my life till the time we visited one of the most beautiful states in India, Nagaland – the Land of Nagas.