Publications on Lotha Nagas and by Lotha Nagas

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Publications on Lotha Nagas and by Lotha Nagas

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Acharya, K.P. Lotha Grammar. Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore. 1983.

Barooah, Jeuti. Customary Laws of The Lotha Nagas of Nagaland: With Special Reference to Their Land Holding System. North Eastern Council, Shillong. 2011.

Basu, Joyanta et al. Experimental Study of Vowels in Nagamese, Ao and Lotha: Languages of Nagaland. http://www.aclweb.org/anthology/W16-6339

Bhalerao, et al, Agricultural Folk Songs of Nagaland. http://icarzcu3.gov.in/book_publications/6%20Nagaland_Folk%20Song.pdf

Brief Industrial Profile of Wokha District. http://dcmsme.gov.in/dips/DIPwokha.pdf

Bruhn, Daniel Wayne. A Phonological Reconstruction of Proto-Central Naga. https://escholarship.org/content/qt3px1v3n8/qt3px1v3n8.pdf

Carbo, Richard, John Coakley and Abraham Lotha. Retelling Naga Narratives: More than ThriceTold Tales. Dimapur, Nagaland: Heritage Publishing House. 2014.

Census of India. District Census Handbook, Wokha. http://censusindia.gov.in/2011census/dchb/ 1304_PART_B_DCHB_WOKHA.pdf

Das, Madhumita. The Territorial Question in the Naga National Movement. http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.916.4440&rep=rep1&type=pdf

Ezung, P.E. Nkolo (Ancient) Nchung (Modern) Kyong Liphong Phisa Yansa. Abeni TCK. Kohima. 1992.

Ghosh, B. B. Gazetteer of India. Nagaland. Wokha District. Government of Nagaland, Kohima, 1979

Humtsoe, Eyingbeni. The Naga Political Issue: Theo-Biblical Response. “Nagaland For Christ”: Which Christ?. Kuknalim.com. 2007.

Hümtsoe-Nienu, Eyingbeni. God of the Tribes: Christian Perspective on the Naga Ancestral Idea of the Supreme Being. Clark Theological College, Mokokchung, Nagaland. 2014.

Humtsoe, John. The Lothas – Migration. https://nagalandjournal.wordpress.com/2013/03/26/the-lothas-migration/

Jamir, N.S. et al. Traditional knowledge of Lotha-Naga tribes in Wokha district, Nagaland. http://nopr.niscair.res.in/bitstream/123456789/7152/1/IJTK%209%281%29%2045-48.pdf

Kikon, Achumbemo. 2005. Structuring Vision: Presidential Address. In Naga Students’ Federation: A brief compilation of some of the activities for the tenure 2003-2005. Pp. 1-4. Kohima: Naga Students’ Federation.

Kikon, Dolly. 2005a. Operation Hornbill Festival 2004. Seminar. Gateway to the East550:36-39. Bibliography 328 The Hornbill Spirit

___. 2005b. Engaging Naga Nationalism: Can Democracy Function in Militarized Societies? Economic and Political Weekly. June 25.

___. 2008. Cultural Construction of Nationalism: Myths, Legends and Memories. In Naga Identities. Michael Oppitz et. al. 97-105. Ghent: Snoeck Publishers.

___. 2015. What is Unique about Naga History? Economic and Political Weekly. August 29, 2015 Vol. L 35.

Kikon, Francis. Moonlight Tales and Fables of the Kyong Nagas. Moonlight Publishers, Dimapur. 2013.

Kikon, Myanbemo. Cultural Change Among the Lotha Nagas. 2002

Kikon, T. The Lothas in the Age of Awakening, Vision Wordtronic (P) ltd, Delhi, 1993.

Kikon, T. The Meaning and Significance of Tokhu Emong. dated 7**' November. 2006, Wokha, Nagaland.

Kikon, Rosanna. Women, Polygyny and Economy: An Analysis on the PreColonial Naga Society of North East India with Special Reference to the Lotha Nagas.

http://www.iosrjournals.org/iosr-jhss/papers/Vol.%2021%20Issue9/Version-5/G2109058489.pdf

Kithan, Subeno. 2015. Inter-tribal prejudices among the Nagas. The Morung Express, September

Lotha Hoho. Tokhü Motsü. 2016

Lotha, Abraham. (1992) In Search of the God of the Nagas. Nagaland Post. September 6.

Lotha, Abraham. 2006. Our Commitment to Reconciliation. Program of the Healing and Reconciliation Movement. NBCC. Dimapur.

Lotha, Abraham. History of Naga Anthropology (1832-1947). Dimapur, Nagaland: Chumpo Museum Publication. 2007

Lotha, Abraham. Naga Identity: An Enduring Heritage. In Naga Bibliography 330 The Hornbill Spirit Identities. Michael Oppitz et al. 47-55. Gent: Scnoeck Publishers. 2008

Lotha, Abraham. (2010) Nagas’ Conversion to Christianity and Modernity in Colonial India. In Nagas Today: An Indigenous Discourse. Zuchamo Yanthan et al. ed. Delhi: Naga Students’ Union.

Lotha, Abraham. The Raging Mithun: Challenges of Naga Nationalism. Tromso, Norway: Barkweaver. 2013

Lotha, Abraham. Religious Faith: Christianity, Ethnology and the Naga People. Hutton Lecture, Kohima, 3rd to 4th December. 2014

Lotha, Abraham. GOSPEL MEETS NAGA CULTURE: A Critical Study. “GOSPEL-CULTURE INTERFACE: The North-east India Experience”. Organized by Regional Commission for Tribal Affairs. 30-31 August, 2013, Shillong. 2013.

Lotha Abraham. The Hornbill Spirit: Nagas Living Their Nationalism. Heritage Publishing House, Dimapur. 2016.

Lotha Academy (Kyong Academy). Anglo-Lotha Vocabulary. Wokha. 2014

Lotha Catholic Union. Ntho Bible; Deuterocanonical/apocrypa Kako jiang. 2001. Lotha Catholic Union. Mmhaka Kako. 2015.

Lotha Catholic Union. Baptisma, Yanpiyanthan tona Echü Shothe to Ekhüm. 2015. Lotha Catholic Union. The Roman Missal. Lotha Yi Na. 2015

Lotha, Lilanthung. Tokhu Emong, Harvest Festival of the Lotha in Nagaland Post, dated 7* November, 2006.

Lotha, Thungjamo. Theological Yintssen Opvu Ejoma. 2001

Lush, Emily. Making of: Lotha Weaving in Nagaland, India. https://www.thetextileatlas.com/craft-stories/lotha-weaving-in-nagaland-india

Mills, J. P. The Lotha Naga.

Mozhüi, Zanao. The Impact of Christianity on the Naga people. Dimapur, Nagaland. 2004.

Mozhüi, Zanao. The Impact of Christianity on the Naga people. New Screen Printers, Dim^ur, 2004.

Murry, Benrithung, et al. Estimates of Fertility and Mortality Differentials Among the Lotha Nagas of Nagaland.

http://krepublishers.com/02-Journals/T-Anth/Anth-07-0-000-000-2005-Web/ Anth-07-1-001-072-2005-Abst-PDF/Anth-07-1-045-052-2005-207-Murry-B/ Anth-07-1-045-052-2005-207-Murry-B.pdf

Murry, Benri. Somatometric Variations Among the Lotha Naga of Wokha District, Nagaland. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/

321222330_Somatometric_Variations_Among_the_Lotha_Naga_of_Wokha_District_Nagaland

Murry, Chonbemo, Vinod CV. Traditional Political Institutions of Nagaland: A Study of Lotha Nagas. https://pen2print.org/index.php/ijr/article/view/14655/14048

Murry, Ellis. Nagaland; The Star of the East. Kohima. L.M. Murry. 1989.

Murry, Ezamo. Tribal Spirituality reconsidered: A Psychological Study of Religion, ISPCK, New Delhi. 1995).

Murry, Ezamo. The Introduction and the Growth of Christianity in Kyong (Lotha) Area of Nagaland. (n.p. Lireni Murry) 2003.

Murry, Ezamo, Comp. Thus Said the Missionaries: A Collection of Valuable Records of the Early Missionaries on the Naga Church in general and Kyong (Lotha) Church in Particular. Wokha, Nagaland. Author 2003 [1979].

Murry, L.M. Baptist Church Renewal in Nagaland. N.P. Author.

Murry, M.C. Kyong Opo Motsü Tchüli Tssolan Phyolan Motsü osi Yitsso Kako. 1985.

Ngullie, Adani. Christianization and Empowerment of Lotha Naga Women in North East India. http://astralint.com/images/pdf/9789351302186.pdf

Ngully, Lichilo. An Evaluation of (he Traditional and Custom of Kyong (Lotha) Marriage, Unpublished B. D. Thesis (Senate of Serampore College/ University, Jortiat. ETC, Assam. 1995)

Ovung, Athungo. Social Stratification in Naga Society: A Study of Lotha Society. Mittal Publications. 2012.

Ovung, Athungo. Customary Laws of the Lotha Nagas of Nagaland: With Special Reference to Their Land Holding System. Law Research Institute, Eastern Region, 2011

Patton, Nzanmongi Jasmine. A Girl Swallowed by a Tree: Lotha Naga Tales Retold. Adivaani, 2017.

Renchen Women Welfare Society. Lotha Naga Teextiles & Patterns (1914-1947). Wokha Nagaland. 2010.

Richard, Johnston. As Honest as the Day is long: The True Story of Rev. Phandeo. Notion Press. 2018.

Rülu, Petenienuo et al. Measuring Climacteric Symptoms: A Community based Study among Lotha Females of Nagaland

https://openventio.org/measuring-climacteric-symptoms-a-community-based-study-among-lotha- females-of-nagaland/

Sangma, Mhonyani. Origin of the Lotha Naga and their early settlement. http://www.isca.in/ IJSS/Archive/v6/i4/7.ISCA-IRJSS-2017-030.pdf

Susana, Baria. Community Rights over Resources: Lotha Nagas struggle against ONGC

https://www.ritimo.org/Community-Rights-over-Resources-Lotha-Nagas-struggle-against- ONGC

Takatemjen, et al. Wild edible fruits of Wokha district of Nagaland, India.

http://www.ehsst.org/journals/

Pleione31/009%20Wild%20edible%20fruits%20of%20Wokha%20district%20of%20Nagaland.p df

Pimomo, Paulus. 1990. Indian Writing on Nagas. Economic and Political Weekly October 13, Pp. 2339-2340.

Pimomo,Paulus. Naga Nationalism and the Indian State Under Jawaharlal Nehru. Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies 3(1). 1995

Pimomo, Paulus. Contemporary Naga: Villagers, Nationals and Transnationals. A Paper Presented at the International Conference on “Rethinking the Nagas in the Contemporary,” held from MArch 20-21, 2015, Bibliography 338 The Hornbill Spirit at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India, organised by Naga Scholars Association and The Hao Research Initiative. 2015

Yanthan, Jonas. A Walk to Emmaus; A Journey of Attitudinal Change. Kohima, Nagaland. 2013.

Yanthan, Jonas. Corruption of Christianity: Prejudices and Misconceptions in Naga Christianity. Kohima, Nagaland. Author. 2005.

Yanthan, Khodao and Abraham Lotha. Wounded Tiger: The Papers of Khodao Yanthan. Heritage Publishing House, Dimapur. 2017.

Yanthan, Mhonthung (2015), “Relooking the Lotha (Morung) Culture: A Stronghold of Tradition”,ICSSR, Man and Society.

Yanthan, Zanao. Chungiyi.

Yanthan, Zanao. Anglo-Lotha Dictionary. 1990.

Yeptho, Heroka. REPRESENTATION OF NAGA IN THE COLONIAL DISCOURSES AND PRACTICES: EXPLORING ITS IMPRINT IDENTITY CONSCIOUSNESS.

http://www.journalijar.com/uploads/477_IJAR-11408.pdf