Zunheboto is a district of Nagaland state in India and its Headquarter is at Zunheboto.
Geography of Zunheboto
Zunheboto district is bounded by Mokokchung district in the East side and Wokha district in the West side. Zunheboto district covers the 1255 kMS area.Geography of Zunheboto District is spread over high hills. The hills vary from 1000 to 2500 metres.
Latitude of Zunheboto city : 25.56 Degrees North
Longitude of Zunheboto city : 93.53 and 94.53 Degrees East
Rivers : Tizu River, Doyang River, Tsutha River are the main rivers of this district.
Zunheboto name has been derived the words "Zunhebo" and "To" in Sumi dialect. Zunhebo is the name of a flowering shurb with white leaves which bear sponge like ears containing sweet juice and "To" means the top of a hill.
Culture of Zunheboto
It is a home of the Sumis. Sumis are considered to be the Martial tribe among the Nagas. They have their colourful dance and songs.
Blocks in Zunheboto District
Cities and Town in Zunheboto District
Economy of Zunheboto District is based on agriculture. The people here practice shifting cultivation. Paddy, Millet, Maize,Taro or Kuchhu, (colocasea) French bean, potato, pumkin, cucumber, chilly and several varities of gourd are grown in this district.