Located in the western most region of north-east Indian state of Nagaland, Dimapur is a stunning town. This town is bounded by the district of Kohima in the south-eastern part, Kolaghat district of Assam in the northern part and district of Karbi Anglong in the west. The boundary on the eastern part of Dimapur is formed by Dhansiri River, on the other hand the western part of the district consists mainly of hills and forests. Post the initial development of the town with the presence of road, air links and rail, on January 24th, 2004, Dimapur was upgraded up to a district. Dimapur was used to be the capital of the Kachari tribe that ruled this region prior to the 13th century. The remains here generally include embankments, temples and baths that give a glimpse of the culture established here during that period (which was Hinduism). Some of the popular tourist attractions of Dimapur include the Diezephe Craft Village, the Rangapahar Reserve Forest, Kachari Ruins and Chumukedima village etc. So, explore this beautiful town by booking any of the Dimapur holiday packages available at EaseMyTrip.in.
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It is an ancient village located in the district headquarters of Dimapur. Located on the foothills of the Naga Hills, the complex of the village was founded by the Tourism Department. The village is famous for its various scenic waterfalls.
Rangapahar Reserve Forest:
This forest reserve covers an area of around 49.4 acres. It is visited by many tourists, specifically the nature lovers as it houses many birds and animals.
Kachari Ruins has several monoliths, which reflect the rituals of the fertility cult. The scattered pieces of bricks and blocks of stone are considered to be the remains of reservoirs, temples and embankments. Relating to the ancient Kachari capital, these ruins reflect the megalithic culture.
This village is known for its handicrafts and handloom. It is inhabited by the Tenyimei community, craftsmen and weavers. Many workshops for handloom and handicrafts are organised in the village. It is situated about 13 KM away from Dimapur.
Other Important Tourist Attractions:
Triple Falls, Nagaland Science Centre, Shiva Temple and Zoological Park are some of the other tourist attractions.