The Naga of Burma: Their Festivals, Customs, and Way of Life

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Orchid Press, 2005 - Art - 214 pages
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The result of over 30 years of research and fieldwork by the author on the Naga people of far western Burma, a loosely related, fiercely independent group of tribes that practised headhunting until well into the 20th century. This work traces their origins, and examines their social structures, religion and ritual, and architecture among others. This book is the result of over 30 years of research and fieldwork by the author on the Naga people of far western Burma, a loosely related, fiercely independent group of tribes that practised headhunting until well into

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CELEBRATING NEW YEAR KEEPING TRADITION ALIVE
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THE HILLS AND THEIR PEOPLES
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0UTWARD APPEARANCES
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