Diezephe Craft Village is located 13km away from Dimapur and is home of skilled weavers and craftsmen who make wonders through their traditional art. The place is guided by Nagaland Handloom and Handicrafts Development Corporation Limited for resources and support. The village has taken a significant place in craft export to other states in recent times. The Tenyimei community is the primary inhabitants of the village and is known for their excellent craftsmanship, with deft woodcarving, bamboo and cane work and other forms of handloom and handicrafts products.
The uncontested ‘Wild East’ of India, Nagaland is probably one of the reasons you come to the Northeast in the first place. A place of primeval beauty, Nagaland’s dazzling hills and valleys – right on the edge of the India–Myanmar border – are an otherworldly place where, until very recently, some 16-odd headhunting Naga tribes valiantly fought off any intruders. Come spend a week here in a typical Naga village, understanding local culture and the ways of local life and become one with the Angamis of Nagaland. Nagaland offers unending exploration possibilities from heritage villages to wildlife sanctuaries. Beautifully nestled amidst the lush and verdant sub-tropical and sub-alpine climate, Nagaland treasures an overabundance of wild flora and fauna and even some medicinal plants. Nagaland is a beautiful destination in India and it stores some popular places to visit. You can soak in the freshness of fine scent in the air, the calming yet buzzing sound of wild cicadas and beautiful rolling ranch lands and white fluffy clouds hovering above.