Guys, today we are going to give you information about a village in India that is owned by India, but it goes to Myanmar for gold. The name of the village is Longwa, half of which is in India and half in Myanmar. One of the highlights of this village is that for centuries there was a tradition of beheading the enemy, which was banned in 1940.
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Longwa is the last village in India bordering Myanmar amid dense forests in the Mon district of Nagaland and is considered to be the most dreaded by the Konyak tribals. They often fight the neighbouring villages for possession of their clan and land. Before 1940, the Konyak tribals beheaded their clan and others for possession of its land.
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The Koyank tribals, on the other hand, are also known as head hunters, and most of these tribal villages were on the hilltops to keep an eye on their enemies easily. But headhunting was banned completely in 1940 and it is believed that the headhunting incident has not taken place in these tribal villages since 1969.
On the other hand, it is said that the question of how to divide the village into two parts was not answered by the authorities, but the borderline would go from the middle of the village, but it should not have any impact on the Konyak. On the pier of the border, there is a message in Burmese (Myanmar language) on one side and Hindi on the other.
It is also reported that the Koyank tribals have a head system and are the heads of many villages and have the freedom to have more than one wife. At the moment, the head of the country has 60 wives. While the border between India and our neighbouring country Myanmar passes through the house of the village head, it is said that the head of the village eats food in India and sleeps in Myanmar.
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