Nagas
 
Indigenous Group Nagas
Location Burma, in the disputed area of Nagalim (Nagaland) which comprises portions of India and the northwestern portion of Burma in the Kachin state and Saganing division.
Estimated Population 3.05 million total Nagas, unknown how many of these reside in Burma (1998, Naga International Support Center website).
Environment Mountains
Lifestyle Sedentary
Subsistence Agriculture
Level of Assimilation Some traditional, some assimilated
Language Family Naga (in Burma , Naga-Tase)
Other names (for Naga-Tase): Tase, Tasey, Cham Chang, Tangsa and Rangpan.
Classification: Sino-Tibetan language family.
Dialects: Gashan, Hkaluk, Sangche, Saukrang, Langshin, Mawrang, Myimu, Sangtai, Tulim and Longri.
Website URLs http://www.unpo.org/...
http://www.angelfire.com/...
http://www.nscnonline.org
http://www.nagarealm.com
http://www.thenagas.com
http://www.kuknalim.com
http://www.northeastvigil.com
NGOs Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization, Naga International Support Center, National Socialist Council of Nagalim, Naga Peoples Movement for Human Rights