Watch: Nagas prove 'unity is strength', shift hut by lifting it up manually

The video was shared by an Indian Forest Service Officer Sudha Ramen on her Twitter handle. [Screengrab]

A video of villagers in Nagaland in northeast India showing them transporting a hut from one place to another by lifting it manually has gone viral on the Internet, with netizens dubbing it as a lesson teaching ‘unity is strength’.

The video was shared by an Indian Forest Service Officer Sudha Ramen on her Twitter handle.

The viral video shows local people holding four corners of the thatched hut while maneuvering it from one place to another manually amid walking along a difficult terrain to shift the shack in the village.

However, it is not known why this unprecedented move was made by the locals, but according to the IFS officer the video ‘is a sign of unity.’

“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.

With over 9K views already, the video of this bizzare transportation is all over social media.