A video from a remote village in Nagaland has gone viral in the social media.
The video is from Yachem village in Longleng district of Nagaland.
In the video, one can see a group of villagers come together to shift a house on foot.
The video sends an important message – “Unity is strength”.
The viral video was shared in the social media by Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer Sudha Ramen.
“Yet another video where the Nagas show us that Unity is strength! House shifting in progress at village in Nagaland,” Sudha Ramen said in the caption of her post.
Yet another video where the Nagas show us that Unity is strength!
House shifting in progress at village in Nagalandpic.twitter.com/XUGhiEGNe7
— Sudha Ramen IFS ?? (@SudhaRamenIFS) February 5, 2021
In the video, villagers can be seen shifting a thatched hut from one location to another on foot in a village in Nagaland.
The viral video shared by IFS officer Sudha Ramen has already garnered over 20 thousand views in Twitter, over 1 thousand likes and 192 re-tweets.
“Superb,” a user said in the comments section.
“Well done,” another user added.
Moving without wheels. Well done.
— Shyam Sunder Tiwari (@sensorstech) February 5, 2021
Waaah, team work ????
— Arrowhead ??? (@TigerKing28) February 5, 2021
— Jammanna Recharla (@jammu2001) February 5, 2021