Land Rites and Rituals Among T...

By Hoineilhing Sitlhou  Land Rites and Rituals among the Thadou-Kukis: A Narrative on the Chang-Nungah Ritual  In the past, an...

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Significance of LAWM in the Co...

By Ngamjahao Kipgen Significance and Relevance of ‘LAWM’ (LOM) in the Contemporary Kuki Society  Pu Thangminlen Kipgen, member of...

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Chavang Kut – Keep a Tra...

By Lunminthang Haokip Introduction: Kut is an old tradition kept amazingly alive today. The Thadous and all the Kuki sub-tribes...

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Marriage customs of the Thadou...

By Seitinthang Kipgen   In every marriage the groom pays the ‘dowry’ (marriage price) to the bride’s family. The price...

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My first Kut experience in the...

By Shanti Thokchom January 18, 2008: I was invited by Nehginpao Kipgen to join the Kut festival here in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on November...

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Some features of Thadou Folkta...

By M.S. Thirumalai   1. THADOU – A KUKI-CHIN LANGUAGE   Thaadou, Thadou, or Thadou-Kuki is a widely...

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KUT and its people

By Sominthang Doungel November 7, 2006: There is a group of people who have never been able to find out their nomenclature by which...

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It better be the real Kut: An ...

By Donn Morgan Kipgen October 28, 2006: Cometh the day of reckoning, cometh the moment of joy and happiness, when comes the first day...

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Origin, Concept and Growth of ...

By L.S. Gangte INTRODUCTION   The people now inhabiting Mizoram, the tribes in the hills of Manipur other than the Naga dominant...

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