Mon District is a district of Nagaland state in India. Mon district is the northernmost district of Nagaland. It is bounded by the state of Arunachal Pradesh to its north, Assam to its west, Myanmar to its east, Longleng district to its south-west and Tuensang district to its south. The town of Mon is its district headquarters.
Longleng district is one of the eleven districts of the Indian state of Nagaland. It is the eighth least populous district in the country (out of 640). Longleng district was carved out from Tuensang district. Longleng District is tenth district of Nagaland. It is bordered by Mon district in the north, Mokokchung district in the west and Tuensang district in the south. The district's headquarters is Longleng, which is at an altitude of about 1,066 m above sea level. Tamlu and Longleng are the major towns in the district. Its main river is Dikhu.
Mokokchung is a district of Nagaland. The town of Mokokchung is its headquarters. It is the home of the Ao Naga tribe. It covers an area of 1,615 square km. It is bounded by the state of Assam to its north, Wokha district to its west, Tuensang and Longleng district to its east, and Zunheboto district to its south.
Wokha District is a district of Nagaland. The State Government of Nagaland declares Wokha district as “the land of plenty”. It is due to her rich mineral resources, soil fertility and abounding flora and fauna. Wokha District is located at the latitude of 26 degree 8 minutes North and Longitude of 94 degree18 minutes East. Wokha District is situated at an economically strategic location sharing borders with Assam in the West and North, Kohima District and Dimapur District in the South, Zunheboto District in the East and Mokokchung District in the North East. Wokha in Wokha District is the third largest town in Nagaland after Dimapur and Kohima. According to the Population Census in the year 2011, the population is 166,269. Wokha has an average literacy rate of 85.67 percent; the male literacy rate is 86.98 percent, while female literacy rate is 84.26 percent. In Wokha, 10.57 percent of the population is under 6 years of age. Kyong is the most widely used language for communication, while Nagamese and English are also used with non-locals. The majority of the population is Christian, mostly adhering to the Baptist denomination.