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Naga hills, reaching a height of around 3825 meters, lie on the border of India and Myanmar. These hills are part of a complex mountain system, and the parts of the mountain ranges inside the Indian state of Nagaland are called Naga hills. India is subdivided into twenty-eight states, six union territories and the National Capital Territory. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ...

In Undivided India, Naga Hills was also the name of an administrative district of the British Raj. Undivided India is a term which refers to the major part of the Indian subcontinent which comprised the British Raj, and included the current sovereign states of Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan. ... The British Raj (also simply known as the Raj) was a historical period during which most of the Indian subcontinent, or present-day India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Bhutan, were under the colonial authority of the British. ...

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Naga Hills - LoveToKnow 1911 (252 words)
NAGA' 'HILLS, a district of British India in the Hills division of Eastern Bengal and Assam.
The DimapurManipur cart-road crosses the hills, connecting Kohima with the Assam-Bengal railway.
Naga means "naked," and is the term applied by the Assamese to the wild tribes of the hills, of which the chief clans are called Angami, Ao, Shota, Sema and Rengma.
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