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1. Nature Talk
2. A Brief Historical Account of Yimjenkimong
3. Gallery: North-East India Project Yimjenkimong - 2006-07
4. Unstoppable Biyotkesh: An Obituary
5. The Tana Bhagat: An Observation in Contemporary Situation in Jharkhand

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A Brief Historical Account of Yimjenkimong
Zaman, Ghani

 

    

Before the coming of Christianity, Nagas were waging war in search of human skulls, worshiping the tree, stones and other supernatural objects as their gods. They also waged war with the neighboring villages. This village was re-formed by three times under various leaders. As a matter of fact this village had three names.

The first this village was established by a group of people called ”Molunger.” During that very time there was a huge stone. So they called the name of the village “Longkayim” (Stone Village). The villager worshipped that stone as their god

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Vol-3 Issue-1
1. Nature Talk
2. A Brief Historical Account of Yimjenkimong
3. Gallery: North-East India Project Yimjenkimong - 2006-07
4. Unstoppable Biyotkesh: An Obituary
5. The Tana Bhagat: An Observation in Contemporary Situation in Jharkhand

 

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