Mao Naga
The Maos are one of the major tribes constituting the Nagas, a group of tribes spread over the easternmost part of India and the western border region of Myanmar. The Maos inhabit the northern part of Manipur State of India, bounded by similar Naga tribes such as the Angami and Chakhesang tribes in the north, the Maram and Zeme Naga tribes in the west and south, and the Tangkhul and Poumai tribes in the east. The Maos are also known as Memei or Ememei, in their own language. The term 'Mao' also refers to the area where most of the old and original villages are situated, as distinguished from the newer settlements in an expanded area of their habitation.

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Naga, Mao | Ethnologue
Listing of language information for Naga, Mao. ... Emela, Imemai, Maikel, Mao, Memi, Sopfomo, Sopvoma, Southern Angami, Spowama. Population.
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On recognition of Mao Tribe - The Morung Express
Whatever may be the reason not only Mao Nagas from Manipur have permanently settled in Nagaland. Several other Naga tribes from Manipur or elsewhere ...
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Mao Naga language - Audio Bible stories and lessons. Evangelism ...
Mao Naga language and dialect information. Audio Bible stories and lessons. Download free evangelism resources, MP3s, audio bible study tools, ...
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Salewo Chachei: The Kingship System of the Mao Naga
Feb 5, 2013 ... The Mao Naga tribe inhabits the northern part of the Manipur State- Senapati district bounded by the Angami and Chakhesang Naga tribes in ...
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Plants used as Agricultural seasons indicator by Mao Naga tribe ...
Keywords: Mao Naga tribe, Manipur, Indicator plants, Agricultural seasons. IPC Int. Cl.8: E04H, G01W, G01W 1/10. Since time immemorial plants have been ...
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The Mao Naga Tribe of Manipur: A Demographic Anthropological ...
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Lorho Mary Maheo, 2004
The Mao Naga Tribe Is One Of The Major Tribes Of Manipur. The Present Book Deals Iwth Special Reference To Birth Control Measures Among The Mao Nagas.
Socio-cultural History of Shüpfomei Naga Tribe: A Historical ...
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William Nepuni, 2010
A Historical Study of Ememei, Lepaona, Chüluve and Paomata Generally Known as Mao-Poumai Naga Tribe William Nepuni. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF SHUPFOMEI NAGA TRIBE: Origin, Migration and Settlement INTRODUCTION Q i  ...
Socio-Cultural History of Shupfomei Naga Tribe: A Historical Study of Ememei, Lepaona, Chuluve and Paomata Generally...
Socio-Cultural History of Shupfomei Naga Tribe: A Historical Study of Ememei, Lepaona, Chuluve and Paomata Generally...
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Fr. William Nepuni is a Visiting Professor at Orien's Theological College, Shillong and at Don Bosco College, Maram Teaching Cultural Anthropology and South East Asia in the department of history. He has translated the Mao Holy Bible, published Mao Language dictionary and literature on Mao culture and religion. At present he is the Parish Prie...
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MAO (Enzyme) USE Monoamine oxidase Mao (South Asian people) (May Subd Geog) UF Maihel (South Asian people) Mao Naga (South Asian people) Memi ( South Asian people) Sapfomo (South Asian people) Sapvoma (South Asian ...
Naga Population and Integration Movement: Documentation
Naga Population and Integration Movement: Documentation
U. A. Shimray, 2007
Naga lntegration Movement/Ill State Police took severe action against the revolting Nagas. There was indiscriminate firing by the Gurkhas of Assam Rifles to the volunteers of Mao-Maram Tribal Council [Now Mao, Maram, Poumai, Thangal and ...
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Mao Naga Tribe, Mao, India. 2,233 likes · 565 talking about this. ETYMOLOGY The people who are today known as the Maos (Mao, as the proper name of the tribe) do not refer to themselves in their language as such; rather they still call themselves "Memai" or "Ememai". Indeed, the term "Mao" is of outside origin and does not figure in their language. The term “Mao” became popular with the advent of the British in the 19th Century in the Naga areas. The term was used extensively to refer to a group of people inhabiting the hilly ranges immediately south of the border of the then Naga Hills district of Assam. It is probably a derivation from "Momai" or "Maomai", a combination of two words "Mao", the proper name and "Mai" meaning people, by which their southerly neighbours, the Marams, called them. Since the Meiteis of the Manipur valley had interactions with the Maos through the Marams by way of trade relationships, the term of reference used by the Marams might have been shortened to "Mao" when the Meiteis began to use the name, dropping the suffix “mai”. REFERENCE The term "Mao" is used for the people who belong to the particular tribal group known by this name. Till the early part of the 21st century, the name was applied to a larger group of people including the Memais, who are now called the Maos, and the Poumais, constituting a more heterogenous amalgam of four major dialect groups, namely the Memai, Paomata, Lepaona and the Chiilevei sub-groups. In earlier times, they were collectively known as 'Shiipfomai' in the Memai dialect and 'Shepoumai' in the Poumai dialect. Later on, differences over the use of particular dialects for literary and other common uses as well as other extraneous factors led to their division into two groups, the Memais retaining the name 'Mao' and the other three sub-groups forming the Poumai tribe. Today, the name 'Mao' is also used to refer to the area where most of the old and original Memai villages are situated, as distinguished from the newer settlements in an expanded area of their habitation. While the larger area is called Mao, the small township that has developed along the National Highway 39 is referred to as 'Mao Gate', probably deriving its usage from the inter-State border post/gate between Nagaland and Manipur located at the town area. LANGUAGE The Mao language belongs to the Angami–Pochuri branch of the Tibeto-Burman family. It displays a lot of variations in tonality, spelling and pronunciation among the Mao villages, suggesting a lack of interaction in the past. Many of the physical and metaphysical objects are referred to by different names by different villages. The degree of variation gets considerably widened with the neighbouring dialect groups such as the Poumai and the Angami, although the Maos can inter-communicate fully with many of the villages in the Poumai group and to a certain extent in the Angami group. In popular Mao folklore, there is a story transmitted through an old folksong which says that each of the three brothers descended from the first man was given a language and a script scrolled on three different materials by their father. The eldest son was given the script scrolled on a bark, the middle one on a bamboo culm sheath and the youngest on a hide. As the youngest of the brothers, the forefather of the Nagas did not understand the significance of having a script and casually tucked away the scroll at the side of his bed. Over time, the scroll was lost and the Nagas lost a major tool in the advancement of knowledge. Since the script was scrolled on a hide, it was thought that the scroll was nibbled away by mice. Later, suspicion arose that the two older brothers might have conspired to deprive their brother of the script as later interactions among the brothers showed the reluctance of the two older siblings to accept their youngest brother as an equal.
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