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The Angami Nagas

J. H. Hutton

The Angami Nagas

with some notes on neighbouring tribes

by J. H. Hutton

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Published by Oxford U.P. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Angami (Indic people)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statement[by] J. H. Hutton.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS432.N3 H8 1969
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 499 p., 41 plates (4 fold.)
    Number of Pages499
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4626293M
    ISBN 10019635272X
    LC Control Number77457449
    OCLC/WorldCa67146

    The youngest male in the family inherits the parental home, Kithoki, which means he is responsible for their care until they pass away. Ringyuichon Zimik, attempted to observe the change in Landownership and practice of jhum cultivation in recent years. Renu Suri is an Anthropologist by academic qualification and a social development practitioner by profession. He observed that some of the factors leading to social change are due to British intervention in headhunting, contact with plain people, Christian missionaries, and craze for westernization. The headquarter of the Rengmas in Nagaland is at Tseminyu.

    Marital residence practices seem to differ among the various Naga tribes. The pioneers worked with grit and determinations; they had in their mind a tremendous missionary zeal. The Angami men spent the majority of their time in warfare with hostile villages and taking heads. Dimapur is the largest city in Nagaland, India. Girls' houses found among the Ao, Memi, and other tribes are also located in some Angami villages.

    But The Angami Nagas book spares us the grim details. The study provides a comprehensive account of the physical characteristics of the Angami Nagas-one of the major and important Naga tribes amongst the 13 main tribes of Nagaland. Widely travelled, she represents a good blend of professional experience, rich academic background and development experience within the interlinked sphere of education and development. As an administrator, he also found that in no way casual treatment of their problems and dispute will win their heart. It attempted to edit and put together all the tour notes on physical features; socio-cultural life of different tribes; early history and economic life of the Nagas. The state has a very high church attendance rate in both urban and rural areas.


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The Angami Nagas by J. H. Hutton Download PDF Ebook

Edsman, C. Combined with the detailed reports of his tours and other administrative papers in the Oriental and India Office collections at the British Library, his work helped to make the Nagas one of the best documented tribal groups in the world.

He observed that some of the factors leading The Angami Nagas book social change are due to British intervention in headhunting, contact with plain people, Christian missionaries, and craze for westernization.

Some other works includes the likes of RivenburgGriersonSuppleeHaralu and several significant works by American Baptist Foreign Missionary Society in the early 20th century. Anandhe studies on Naga social-cultural life and in his observation he found that the way of life seemed to be changing fast.

Boys and girls are allowed a considerable amount of premarital sexual freedom in most Naga tribes. Primitive Classification. Culture and religion[ edit ] Captain Butler and assembled Nagas; seated left to right: Lt.

He also discussed all the important culture of Nagas. Sincewhen the British succeeded in annexing their territory, the inter-village feuds The Angami Nagas book come to an end. The former Eastern Angami have separated and are now recognised as Chakhesang.

Some of the village youth guard the well, as no one is allowed to fetch water after the The Angami Nagas book. He The Angami Nagas book with Thuingaleng Muivah and S.

Joshi, Vibha. It is barely forty years since Captain Butler wrote, but many customs Of the Angamis at war which he records are almost or entirely forgotten by the sons Of those from whom he learnt them.

He believes this is wrong, and that the Christian gospel is culture neutral. Renu Suri is an Anthropologist by academic qualification and a social development practitioner by profession. He also attempted to find the impact of Christianity in this tribe.

In he was appointed Census Commissioner for India. With the introduction of Christianity in the region several Angamis changed their faith to Christianity.

But Visier spares us the grim details. Christoph Von Fiirer-Haimendorfan eminent Anthropologist discussed some important culture like feasts of merit; headhunting; Morung and some experiences he had visited the Naga Hills.

The festival takes places after the harvest and falls on the twenty-fifth day of the month Kezei January—February. As is the case among the Lhota, marriage-prices are high.

It was only intwo whole years later, that the villagers emerged from the jungle when a general amnesty was declared. Widely travelled, she represents a good blend of professional experience, rich academic background and development experience within the interlinked sphere of education and development.

Even now it is commonly used by people of this region to refer to this locality and around. Hutton and Mills' ethnographic work is really only understandable when seen as composite whole, rather than as two separate author's contributions.

HudsonJ. Go well, Go well. After a brief teaching stint at Nagaland University, inhe moved to Australia with his family and lived there until when he returned to Nagaland, to his Healing Garden near Khonoma. North and North-eastern Frontier tribe of IndiaCompiled by the chief of the staff army head quarter in India.

National highway no. The most important ceremony falls on the eighth day when the bridge-pulling, or gate-pulling, is performed and inter-village visits are exchanged.The Angami morung (young men's house), which functions as a guardhouse, clubhouse, and center of several communal activities in most Naga tribes (with the exception of the Sema), is of ceremonial importance only; it does not serve as an actual residence for young unmarried men (as it does among the Ao, for example).

Traditional idiomatic expressions of the Angami Nagas have echoes of a primordial way of life, of a people who are tillers and gatherers, warriors and hunters. Of Natives who are deeply conscious of supernatural beings and whose lives are regulated by rituals, taboos and superstitions, just as festivals and humour add zest to their lives.

to which she belongs to. This paper is an attempt to study the several facets of the Naga society, especially that of the Angami culture and way of life, as represented in Kire’s book in order to analyze the status of women in the contemporary Naga society which was undergoing tremendous changes.The Pdf Nagas are hill people depending basically on cultivation and livestock-rearing.

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