Nagaland has celebrated its 60th Statehood Day on December 1st 2022.Nagaland statehood day also marks the beginning of Hornbill festival in Nagaland.Nagaland was formally recognised as a separate state on 1st December, 1963, with Kohima being declared as its capital.The State of Nagaland Act, 1962, was enacted by the Parliament to give Nagaland statehood.After India became independent in 1947, the Naga territory initially remained a part of Assam. However, a strong nationalist movement began seeking a political union of the Naga tribes, and extremists demanded outright secession from the Indian union.In 1957, the Naga Hills region of Assam and the Tuensang frontier division to the northeast were brought together under a single unit directly administered by the Indian government.In 1960 it was resolved that Nagaland should become a constituent state of the Indian union. Nagaland achieved statehood in 1963, and a democratically elected government took office in 1964.
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