Defined borders, but a vague identity

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Nagaland

Lungwa is a traditional, rustic and beautiful village in the Mon district of Nagaland. As the village straddles the international border of Myanmar, one half of the houses fall within the Indian Territory, and the other half lie under Myanmar’s control. Interestingly, the villagers have dual citizenships. However, the entire village is controlled by the Angh or Chief with 60 wives and his jurisdiction extends up to Myanmar and Arunachal Pradesh.

This border also creates some problems in terms of currency and sharing of resources. More importantly, it divides the interdependent Konyak tribe and their village.

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