1 December in History


The beautiful north-eastern mountainous state of Nagaland came into being on December 1, 1963. A complicated (and at times contested) series of events over 150 years culminated in Nagaland becoming the 16th state of the Indian union.

Much of the area that is currently Nagaland and Assam came under Burmese rule in 1816. Ten years later the British East India… Read More →

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