You must know many things related to the Mahabharata period, such as who were Pandavas and Kaurav, who won the battle of mahabharata, etc. Do you know, however, that there is a place in India where even today the descendants of Hidimba, the demonic wife of Mahabali Bhim of the Mahabharata period, reside?
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The name of this state of India is Nagaland. The state was named Nagaland in 1961, while earlier it was called the Naga Hills Tuensang Area. In the beginning, this state was a union territory. It was made the 16th state of the country on December 1, 1963. Nagaland is the only state in India with only one railway station and one airport, both of which are in Dimapur, the largest city in the state. Whereas Dimapur is called the gateway to Nagaland.
Arunachal Pradesh in the north of this state of India, Assam in the west and Manipur state in the south, while in the east it is surrounded by Myanmar. The main language here is English and you will also get to hear Hindi and 16 tribal dialects. The heritage of the Mahabharata period of Dimapur still attracts a lot of tourists and it still remains a vase of Hidamba, where there are high chess pieces in Rajwadi, which are now a little too broken.
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The people here believe that Bhim and his son Ghatotkachch played chess with these pieces and that a lot of time was spent by the Pandavas in their habitat. According to the Mahabharata, Dimapur was once known as 'Hidimbapur' and this place was the Hindu demon and his sister Hidimba during the Mahabharata period. That's what Bhim married to Hindamba. The Dimasha tribe, which lives in abundance here, calls itself a descendant of Bhim's wife, Hidimba.
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