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Traditional Naga Village System and Its Transformation

A. Nshoga (Author)
Synopsis The Nagas, with a golden sin, black hair and slanting eyes, are classified as one of the Mongoloid stock and trans migratory races in India. The Nagas were known for their rich cultural heritages, but their unique history remains unknown to the outside world owing to non exploitation of their cultural history.

The book, a comprehensive one based on oral tradition of fourteen major Naga tribal histories, bring out as to how traditional Naga village institutions were transformed into modernity through the contact of the Western Culture.

The book may be useful for research scholars and students of History and Anthropology and readers interested in the subjects dealt in.
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About the author

A. Nshoga

Dr A. Nshoga (b.1968) obtained his Ph.D. from Nagaland University, Kohima and is presently teaching in Department of History and Archeology at Peren Government College, Peren, and before this assignment he was associated with Zunheboto Government College under the same University. He has contributed many articles in reputed journals and is the co-author of the book Martial Tradition of North-East India.

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Title Traditional Naga Village System and Its Transformation
Author A. Nshoga
Format Hardcover
Date published: 15.07.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788183640510
length vii+327p., Index; 22cm.