Digital Desk: There are many villages in our country. About 70% of the population is still living in the village. But there is a unique village that is in the middle of the two countries. Many people's farms and homes are also shared between the two countries. That is, the house's bedroom is in one nation, but the kitchen is in another. The most intriguing aspect is that the peasants do not require a visa to enter the border. Rather, they are free to travel in both nations. Let's look at some of the intriguing facts about this hamlet.We're talking about Longwa village in Nagaland, which is one of the largest in the Mon district. It is a unique village that is on the border between India and Myanmar. It is the final village in India near the Myanmar border, surrounded by deep forests. Here reside the Konyak tribes. They are thought to be exceedingly dangerous. There are frequent clashes with neighbouring villages for control of the clan's authority and land.Also Read: Hijab Row: Right-Wing Organizations Attempt to Recite Hanuman Chalisa at Taj MahalOn the Myanmar side, there are around 27 Konyak villages. At the same time, the inhabitants of Nagaland are quite friendly, and some of the locals are members of the Myanmar Army. Head hunting was a popular activity in the village until the 1960s, after it was outlawed in the 1940s. Many households in this area carry metal skull necklaces, which are thought to represent a vital acknowledgment.This unique village is surrounded by natural beauty. As a result, visitors are continually flocking here. Aside from that, this Longwa village is roughly 42 kilometres from Nagaland's capital city. At the same time, to come here, the buses of Nagaland State Transport Corporation can reach Mon district and reach this village by a rented vehicle.