Nagaland Turns Into A Winter Wonderland After Receiving Snowfall After 37 Years


Just a month back, we saw how parts of Himachal Pradesh looked straight out of a Disney movie after the temperature hit -0.6 degree Celcius. Popular tourists destinations including Manali, Solang, Dharamshala, and Shimla were covered with a bed of fresh snow. It was a breathtaking sight!

However, North-East India has been gripped by severe cold waves and after 37 years, Nagaland has received snowfall and has truly turned into a winter lover’s paradise! According to a report by The New Indian Express, snowfall occurred in Tuensang, Kiphire, Zunheboto, Phek, Kohima and Peren as the temperature hit below 3-degree Celcius.

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According to India Today, people on the internet have been sharing pictures and videos of snowfall in Luvishe and Shamator village, and Dzokou Valley in Nagaland and it is remarkable.

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Have a look:

Snowfall after decades at Tokiye town and Luvishe village, under Aghunato sub-division, Zunheboto District……Photo credit: Tinoka Achuminagaland

Posted by Department of Information & Public Relations, Nagaland on Friday, December 27, 2019

Oh Nagaland, you terrific winter beauty!

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