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It is the easternmost range skirting along the course of Dikhu river. The river forms a natural boundary line of Mokokchung with Tuensang and Mon districts. This range is spread like a bed and so the name has been aptly given to this range. (Langpang...More
The Langpangkong caves are known for their hospitable nature like the Nagas of Nagalnd. They gave shelter to an Ahom king who fled from Sibsagar in Assam following a royal tussle. The cave which gave shelter to the King still remains there without any major...More