Pulie Badze

Open Time : 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Entry : free

Address : Puliebadze, Jotsoma, Kohima, Kohima, Nagaland, India

Why to visit Pulie Badze

Nagaland's Pulie Badze Conservancy is a wildlife sanctuary. It covers a total area of 9.23 square kilometres. Nagaland is an amazing wildlife-rich destination that offers a memorable wild adventure. The sanctuary is encircled by verdant hills and streams in a picturesque setting. The rich vegetation and animals of this location are likewise well-known. You'll see a lot of Rhododendron trees, especially near the top, with their thick foliage and stunning red blossoms.

Puliebadze woodland is part of the Mt. Japfu (Nagaland's second highest peak) mountain range, which is home to some critically endangered Fauna species. The forest is significant not only for environmental and flora and fauna reasons, but also because it acts as a watershed area for water recharge and gathering Kohima town's demands.

The History of Pulie Badze—

In Angami, Pulie Badze refers to Pulie's seat. Incredibly bizarre cultural legends can be woven in India's far east, notably in Nagaland. And some of them are correct. According to legend, Pulie was a heroic farmer who battled a serpent that ate his entire harvest. Pulie was devoured by the serpent and transformed into a spirit. Pulie's family could only hear his voice as it grew louder and louder as they searched for him. When the family realised what had happened, they left a chair in the yard and ordered Pulie to sit Pulie-badze. A cross with the words 'Christ Died for All' stands atop the mountain. The cross may be seen from numerous villages in the area. As a Christian state, Nagaland is heavily impacted by Christianity.

FAQ on Pulie Badze

What hotels are in the vicinity of Pulie Badze?

Nearby hotels are Hotel Japfu (3.66 km), The Heritage (3.97 km), Alder Retreat (2.14 km), and Niraamaya Retreats Aradura Kohima (3.71)

What places of interest are close by Pulie Badze?

Pulie Badze is close to the sites Kohima War Cemetery, Naga Heritage Village, and Dzuleke.

Special Tip

It is best to visit during the dry season, which runs from October to May, because the trip passes through a forest that may be infested with insects during the monsoon season.

By Mehrosh Shamim

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