Unique Village Of India Which Is Part Of 2 Countries

Unique village of India which is part of 2 countries. Village Head has 60 wives, people have dual citizenship.

There are many such railway stations or places in India that are part of two different states. Half of these places are present in one state while the other place is present in another state.

But do you know that there is such an amazing village in India which is also a part of other countries besides India? Because of this people here also have dual citizenship.

We are talking about a village in Nagaland (Nagaland village in India and Myanmar) where a unique tribe lives.

Longwa village of Nagaland is quite famous due to its unique feature. Konyak tribe in Nagaland lives in this village. This village is a part of Myanmar as well as India.

Surprisingly, the border passes through the house of the head of the village and the head of the tribe, that is, the king.

Because of this, it is said that the king eats in his own house in Myanmar and sleeps in India.

According to a report in the media, the king is called ‘Angh’ who has 60 wives. Apart from his village, he is also the king of 100 villages in Myanmar, Nagaland, and Arunachal Pradesh.

The practice of beheading.

Let us tell you that the Konyak tribe was called Headhunter.

Headhunter means the process under which the people of these tribes used to take each other’s heads along with them and used to decorate their homes.

But since the 1960s, when Christianity spread rapidly here, this practice was gradually abolished.

According to the report on the CN Traveler website, there are about 700 houses in the village and the population of this tribe is more than other tribes. Villagers easily move from one country to another.

No need for a passport visa to go from one country to another.

The Konyak people make tattoos on their faces and other parts of the body to make them stand out from the other tribes around. Tattoos and headhunting are an important part of their beliefs.

The son of the king of the tribe is recruited into the Myanmar Army and people do not even need a visa or passport to travel between the two countries.

The Nagami’s language is spoken here, which is made up of Naga and Assamese languages.

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