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Marriage and Kinship among the PadamMinyong
Family and Household among the Garos
Dual Organisation among tribes of NorthEast India
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according affiliation affinal Aihung alliance groups become belong brother called ceremonies changes clan close common considered continues cousin cultivation cultural custom daughter death descent Dimasa distinct divided division dual economic elder exchange exogamous fact father's female Garo girl given gives hand head hills household husband important India Kan-kung Kheyang Khulen kinship system known Kuki Lakher land lineages live ma'chong mahari male Manipur marriage marry Matchakolgiri moiety mother's mother's brother's Naga nokrom observed organisation original parents Parpa patrilineal pattern permanent persons practice present principle Purum referred regulation relations relationship relatives remain represented respect rule separate shifting sister social society speaking structure superior Table Tarao terminology Thao traditional Trangkim tribes village Wajadagiri wife wife's woman women younger Yulhung