Home to many Naga tribes, Nagaland is a North Eastern state in India. It is majorly a mountainous region. Only 13 states in India are permitted to practice lottery games legally, and Nagaland is one of them. The legalisation of lottery in India started in 2015 and Nagaland owns a legal stature under the amendment. The cost of one ticket is just ₹ 6, which is very minimal. Kohima, the state capital of Nagaland, is the lottery headquarters for the state. To encourage large participation, 4.10 Crores tickets are printed. The Saturday morning Nagaland lottery is called ‘Dear Gentle’ lottery. The prize and the result for the lottery can be checked here.
The first prize winner will get a large sum of ₹ 26.05 lakhs. ₹ 9000 will be given to the second prize winner. There are multiple slots for third prize, who will get ₹ 500. People who win consolation prize get to take home ₹ 1000 each. The fourth prize winners win ₹ 250 while the fifth prize winners get ₹ 120.
A direct YouTube link on the official website shows the live draws of the games. P. R. Hill Junction, Kohima – 797001 conducts the Nagaland State Lottery. After winning a lottery, it is compulsory to turn in the ticket with a copy of the claim forms. These claim forms are available online. A recognized photo ID and passport size photograph must be attached to these forms. Tampered or mutilated tickets are not accepted by the authorities. The Nagaland State Lotteries are managed and held by the Director of the Nagaland Lotteries.