|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).|
|Level of Assimilation||Some traditional, some assimilated|
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/...
|NGOs||Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization, Naga International Support Center, National Socialist Council of Nagalim, Naga Peoples Movement for Human Rights|