Tuensang District is the largest and the eastern most district of Nagaland, a state in North-East India.
Geography of Tuensang
Tuensang district is bordered by Myanmar all along its eastern side. Tuensang touches Assam on its north on a narrow strip between Mon on the east and Mokokchung in the West. On the North lies Mon district. On the South of Tuensang lies Phek District and on the west are Zunheboto and Mokokchung districts.
Rivers : Dikhu and Tizu are the main river of this district.
Latitude of Tuensang city : 26.28°N
Longitude of Tuensang city : 94.83°E.
Tuensang was neither under India nor under Myanmar and was not even properly called "Nagas" until the merger of two other districts of Assam namely Kohima and Mokokchung (which was under Indian government) with Tuensang in 1957 to form Naga Hills Tuensang Area, which later became Nagaland State in 1963.
Minerals in Tuensang District
Asbestos, Coal, Limestone, Marble, Magnesite, Chromite, Pyrite, and Oil are the main minerals found in this district.
Cities and Town in Tuensang District
Tourist Place in Tuensang District
Colleges in Tuensang District
Zisaji Presidency College
District Institute of Teachers' Education
Sao Chang College
IGNOU Study Center
Loyem Memorial College
Imlong Theological College Saksi
Oriental Theological College Yangli
Fruits in Tuensang District
Banana, Guava, Papaya, Peach, Pine apple,Orange, Lemon, Pear, Plum etc which are found in abundance in the district.
Rice, Soya Beans, Water Guard ,Millet, Maize, Potato, Brinjal, Cabbage, Chilli, Garlic, Ginger, Sesame, Taro, Pumpkin, Beans, Squash, Mustard Leaf, Cauliflower, Radish, Leaf-Cabbage, French Beans and other variety of Guards, Sorgum etc are main crops of this district..