INDIA: The first exploration of Nagaland. Part 1

By Heiko Bleher

…“The border police station at the Nagaland gate said we had no permit to enter, and that Nagaland is an autonomous region, off limits for tourists. I had been given confirmation by telephone from an ichthyologist of the Guwahati University that we would have had the permit to enter at the Nagaland gate. That is why we drove for days across the states of Assam, Meghalaya, and Manipur to get here, and now we had to wait for days sitting at the Dimapur police station. Natasha, the German fish breeder Peter Günnel, and me…

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