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Paddy fields covered in frost at Dzüleke, a small hamlet located around 40 km west of Kohima. It is interesting that what now appears dry and blanketed in frost will turn into a lush green valley and the fields covered with fresh water by May-June. The hilly terrain of Dzüleke, under Sechü-Zubza Circle, is known for Mithun (Bos Frontalis) peacefully grazing on the wayside and the fields as well as the rare species of Rainbow Trout. Due to its picturesque landscape and unique flora and fauna, the village has emerged as an ideal tourist spot in recent years. (Morung Photo)