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Zeliangrong Naga: History, Pilgrimage, and Amplifying Difference at Bhuban Hill
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Every year in February, on the night of full moon (Zem. jalua), Zeliangrong Nagas from the northeastern Indian states of Assam, Manipur, and Nagaland journey toward Bhuban Hill to reach Naga Bhuban cave in the district of Cachar, Assam. This site is located just below another auspicious pilgrimage (yātrā) destination,…

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Longkumer, Arkotong, “Zeliangrong Naga: History, Pilgrimage, and Amplifying Difference at Bhuban Hill”, in: Brill’s Encyclopedia of the Religions of the Indigenous People of South Asia Online, Marine Carrin (Editor-in-Chief), Michel Boivin, Gérard Toffin, Paul Hockings, Raphaël Rousseleau, Tanka Subba, Harald Lambs-Tyche (Section Editors). Consulted online on 09 May 2021 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2665-9093_BERO_COM_032312>
First published online: 2019



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