Naga people

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A chief of the Konyak tribe in his traditional outfit

The term Naga people (Burmese: နာဂ, Hindi: नागा) refers to a conglomeration of several tribes inhabiting the North Eastern part of India and north-western Burma. The tribes have similar cultures and traditions, and form the majority ethnic group in the Indian states of Nagaland, Assam and the disputed territory of Southern Tibet.

Nationalism[change | change source]

Naga nationalism is an ideology that supports self-determination by the Naga people, and the furtherance of Naga culture.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. Laishram, Bidhan (2004-12-01). "Naga Nationalism: The Inward Turn Of A Conflict". Institute of Peace & Conflict Studies. Manipur Online. Retrieved 2009-03-15.[dead link]