Saul, Jamie D. 2005

Saul, Jamie D. 2005. The Naga of Burma: Their festivals, customs and way of life. Bangkok, Thailand: Orchid Press. 214pp.

@book{133158,
  address    = {Bangkok, Thailand},
  author     = {Saul, Jamie D.},
  pages      = {214},
  publisher  = {Orchid Press},
  title      = {The Naga of Burma: Their festivals, customs and way of life},
  year       = {2005},
  fn         = {eurasia\saul_naga-burma2005pages.pdf},
  hhtype     = {overview;ethnographic},
  inlg       = {English [eng]},
  isbn       = {9789745240650},
  lgcode     = {Zeme = Naga-Zeme [nzm], Liangmei = Naga Liangmai [njn], Rongmei = Naga-Rongmei [nbu], Maring = Naga-Maring [nng], Tangkhul = Naga-Tangkhul [nmf], Mao, Poumai = Poumei Naga [pmx], Pochury = Naga-Pochuri [npo], Para = Para Naga [pzn], Koki = Kokak Naga, Shawbu, Angami, Chokoso, Sema = Sumi Naga [nsm], Rengma, Lhota, Ao, Sangtam, Longpfuri = Long Phuri Naga [lpn], Makuri, Chirr, Tikhir, Yimchungru, Sangtam, Chang, Khamniungan, Lainong = Leinong, Peingu, Oounyu-Mannok, Gongvan, Phom, Upper Konyak, Chen, Lower Konyak (Thenkoh-Thendu), Heimi, Laju, Pangmi, Tutsa, Nocte = Nocte Naga [njb], Tangsa},
  macro_area = {Eurasia},
  src        = {hh}
}