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About Nagaland

  • Dimapur is the ancient capital of the Kachari tribe, whose rule existed before the 13th century AD. The name Dimapur comes from the Kachari dialect
  • Etymologically Di means "water", Ma means "big" and pur means "city"; in effect, the name means "the city near the great river."
  • The Kachari kingdom flourished in Dimapur in the days of old is evident from the existence of the Kachari Rajbari Fort ruins, housing the ancient stone monoliths, and the many excavated tanks dug by the royalty known even today as the Rajpukhuri, Padampukhuri, Bamunpukhuri, Jorpukhuri name a few.
  • Dimapur is the main commercial hub and one of the three municipalities in the state of Nagaland, India, the other two being Kohima and Mokokchung.
  • Dimapur is also a gateway to Nagaland and Manipur. The National Highway 39 that connects Imphal and the Myanmar border at Moreh runs through Dimapur.
  • Dimapur is also an important military center, with the headquarters of the BRO Sewak located here.
  • There is also a huge CRPF establishment and the Rangapahar army cantonment adjoining the municipality. The peace camp headquarters of the NSCN-IM faction is also located here.
  • Dimapur is the only city in Nagaland which is connected by rail and air. The State of Nagaland was formally inaugurated on December 1st, 1963, as the 16th State of the Indian Union. It is bounded by Assam in the West, Myanmar (Burma) on the east, Arunachal Pradesh and part of Assam on the North and Manipur in the South.
  • The State consists of seven Administrative Districts, inhabited by 16 major tribes along with other sub-tribes. Each tribe is distinct in character from the other in terms of customs, language and dress. It is a land of folklore passed down the generations through word of mouth. Here, music is an integral part of life; folk songs eugolising ancestors, the brave deeds of warriors and traditional heroes; poetic love songs immortalising ancient tragic love stories; Gospel songs that touch your soul (should you have a religious bend of mind) or the modern tunes rendered exquisitely to set your feet a-tapping.
  • Nagaland is an ideal place for trekking, rock climbing, jungle camping and offers limitless exploration possibilities in its lush and verdant sub-tropical rain forests which are also a treasure trove of a plethora of medicinal plants.
About Nagaland

How to Reach Dimapur

By Air
Dimapur owns an airport, which is the only airport of the state. Dimapur is connected by air route with the rest of the country with daily flights to Guwahati, Kolkata and Delhi

By Road
Dimapur roads connect Dimapur to other major cities of the north east India. NH-36 and NH-39 connects Dimapur to the rest of the country. Kohima the capital of the State, district headquarters, important towns and villages are connected to Dimapur by the Nagaland State Transport, Taxis and other mode of conveyances

By Rail
Dimapur also own a rail station, which serves rail service to Guwahati connecting it to the rest of India.



Just 5 km away, on the Dimapur-Kohima road is Ruzaphema, a place ideally suited for leisure and recreation with its colorful bazaars and a plethora of tribal handicrafts that are exclusive in their style, and unusually beautiful in their own way.


Triple Falls

As the name suggests, the fall in Seithekima village of Dimapur district is a three tier waterfall. This three-tier waterfall plunges from a magnificent height of 300 m. It is beautiful destination for the trekkers.


Intangki Wildlife Sanctuary

The Sanctuary lies about 37 Km away from Dimapur. The Sanctuary is under the preservation of the Forest Wildlife Department. It is home to various animals including some rare species of birds.


Zoological Park

The Zoological Park is located 6 kms away from the township of Dimapur with a total area of 176 ha. The topography of the area is gentle rolling plateau with low lying area ideal for aquatic birds. Inaugurated on 28th Aug. 2008. Mission of Nagaland Zoological Park is to inculcate and develop a sense of caring towards flora and fuana.


Diezephe Craft Village

Located 13 km from Dimapur, Diezephe Craft Village houses weavers and craftsmen, deft in the arts of woodcarving, bamboo and can works. Under the guidance of the Nagaland Handloom and Handicrafts Development Corporation Limited, this village has taken significant in these crafts, in the recent times.


Green Park

Green Park is a cool place to relax or hangout for tourist as well as the locals alike. As its name implies it is full of Greenery. This park is located within the state Horticulture Nursery.


Tribal Chumukedima

It is situated at a distance of about 14 Km from Dimapur on NH 39. Chumukedima served as the first headquarters of the Naga Hills District of Assam State during the time of British rule in early period of the 19th century. The Department of Tourism is constructing a Tourist Village on top of a hill.


Japfu Peak

Japfu peak is situated in the south of Kohima, It is located at an altitude of 3,043 meters high. From November to March, during the dry season of Nagaland, the air is clear and the peak affords an excellent view of Kohima town and of distant, snow clad, Himalayan Peaks.


Dzukou Valley

Dzukou valley is located at an elevation of 2,462 meters, behind Japfu Peak, looks like a mown lawn from a distance and is watered by a meandering stream, which often freezes in winter. In spring, it is rich with wild flowers and pink and white rhododendrons.