Kuki Ethnic Nationalism
What is it about?
The article discusses the Kuki people’s assertion and expression of separate identity and demand for an ethnic homeland in postcolonial India by tracing the genealogy of Kuki ethnic nationalism.
Why is it important?
The postcolonial central and state government policies have failed to respond to local problems, which have created a regional imbalance and have sharpened the hills–valley divide, i.e. the minority tribal groups and majority / dominant non-tribal group.
The following have contributed to this page: Dr Ngamjahao Kipgen and Arnab Roy Chowdhury
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