Distance From Achhnera: 2149 Km.
Min Temp: 15.47℃
Max Temp: 28.44℃
Weather: PARTLY CLOUDY THROUGHOUT THE DAY.
Altitude : 715 Meters
Mon is a town and a town area committee in Mon district in the Indian state of Nagaland.
This district (Mon) is also known for Headhunting as it was practised in historic times. Now a denoted name is given as "Land of Anghs" (Which means land ruled by Kings)
It is situated at an altitude of 2,945 ft (898 m) above sea level. It is at a distance of 357 km from Kohima via Dimapur and 280 km from Dimapur, 275 km from Kohima via Mokokchung, Tamlu and Wakching.
Home of the Konyaks, the town was established at the land of Chen and Mon villages. It is centrally located for the coronation of Anghs (chiefs).
Ruled by the chief Angh, Shangnyu village is one of the prominent villages in Mon district.
A huge and unique piece of wood carving originally placed at the entrance of the Angh’s house, is believed to have been constructed by two brothers with the help of the spirit during the metallic Age. This mammoth carving is now preserved in a museum facing the Angh’s house. Some stone monoliths are also seen infront of the Angh’s palace.
The best time to visit the destination is from October to March
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