Nagaland is a mountainous state and home to sixteen Naga tribes in India. Nagaland has been a recognised state since the early 1960s. Nagaland is one of the 13 states that practice lottery games regularly. A single ticket can be a test of luck for many. The price of the ticket is just ₹6, which is affordable to many. Nagaland Lottery is legal under the amendment and has been active since the legalisation of lotteries in India in 2015. The state's capital city, Kohima, is the headquarters for Nagaland lottery. There are a total of 4.10 Cr tickets printed so that more people can participate. Nagaland Lottery results can be checked here for ‘Dear Tender' Friday morning lottery.
The first prize winner gets to take home a large sum of ₹25 lakhs. Multiple consolation prizes are allocated where winners can take home ₹1000 each. The second prize winner gets to take ₹9000, whereas multiple third prize winners get ₹500. The winners at the fourth position get ₹250, while the fifth-place winners get ₹120.
On the official website, there is a direct link to the live draws of the games which can be viewed through YouTube. The Nagaland State Lottery is conducted at P. R. Hill Junction, Kohima – 797001. The Nagaland Lotteries are held and managed by the Director of Nagaland State Lotteries. If you are one of the winners on the list, then it is mandatory to turn in your ticket with a copy of the claim forms available online. Along with the claim form, you have to attach a government recognised photo ID and passport size photographs. The authorities will not accept tampered or mutilated tickets.