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The exploration will be carried out by the Metropolitan Oil & Gas Pvt. These were feasting and headhunting. All indicators (proportions, ratio, rates) were stratified by urban/rural status. 78, 92, 110). Nagaland's schools are run by the state and central government or by a private organisation. The British administration enforced the rupee as the currency for economic activity and a system of structured tribal government that was very different than historic social governance practices. Data analysis was conducted using R 3.4.1 statistical software . Nagaland Religious Data. 75% of the total population is Baptist, making it the only predominantly Baptist State in the World and the most Baptist State in the World followed by Mississippi at 55% and Texas at 51%. [11], On 4 October 1879, G.H. Languages of Nagaland in 2011[57][58][59]. "[4] Among Christians, Baptists are the predominant group, constituting more than 75% of the state's population, thus making it more Baptist (on a percentage basis) than Mississippi in the southern United States, where 55% of the population is Baptist. As a result, the population is about two-thirds Christian, with Hindus and Muslims following in numbers of adherents. 2006. [99] He would typically invite everyone from the tribe. Several preliminary studies indicate significant recoverable reserves of petroleum and natural gas. It borders the state of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Manipur to the south. [84] The diversity of people and tribes, each with their own culture and heritage, creates a year-long atmosphere of celebrations. Temperatures range from 21 °C (70 °F) to 40 °C (104 °F ) It is ritually the most valued species in the state. Allan Anderson, ed., "Asian and Pentecostal: The Charismatic Face of Christianity in Asia", p237-238. The temperature during the summer season remains between 16 to 31 °C (61 to 88 °F). [66][67] The census of 2011 recorded the state's Christian population at 1,739,651, making it one of the three Christian-majority states in India along with Meghalaya and Mizoram. Chumukedima City Population Census 2011 Data- NAGALAND Population of Chumukedima City/Town is 25885 as per India Census 2011 data. Tourism experts contend that the state's uniqueness and strategic location in northeast India give Nagaland an advantage in tapping into the tourism sector for economic growth.[80]. Tourism has a lot of potentials but was largely limited due to insurgency and concern of violence over the last five decades. We have no unity among us and it is only the British Government that is holding us together now. Traditional arts which include paintings, wood carvings, and sculptures are on display. [79] Nagaland has a recoverable reserve of limestone of 1,000 million tonnes plus a largely untapped resource of marble and handicraft stone. [97], In Naga society, individuals were expected to find their place in the social hierarchy, and prestige was the key to maintaining or increasing social status. [91] Alongside Dimapur Airport another airport is planned. [44][11], Some other minor tribes or subtribes are Garo, Mikir, Chirr, Makury, Rongmei and Tikhir.[56]. Nagaland Population by Religion Religion wise in Nagaland, Christian is the major religion with 88% of the population, followed by Hindu with 8.7%. Along with one central university–(Nagaland University), one engineering college—(National Institute of Technology Nagaland), one College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry in Jalukie[92] and three private Universities—St. On 1 August 1946, Nehru, President of the Indian National Congress Party in his reply to the memorandum, appealed to the Nagas to join the Union of India promising local autonomy and safeguards in a wide-ranging area of administration. Nagaland was one of several regions of north East India that experienced Christian revival movements in the 1950s and 1960s. Damant (M.A.C.S), a British political agent, went to Khonoma with troops, where he was shot dead with 35 of his team. The Angamis, Aos, Konyaks, Lothas, and Sumis are the largest Naga tribes; there are several smaller tribes as well (see List of Naga tribes). It is bordered by the state of Arunachal Pradesh to the north, Assam to the west, Manipur to the south and the Sagaing Region of Myanmar to the east. [88][89], Nagaland's rugged and mountainous landscape presents a major challenge to the infrastructural development of transport. Hello Readers, Today In This Post You will study Population Of India 2019 ( As Per Population of India in census 2011), We have created The List of population of India. On 9 April 1946, the Naga National Council (NNC) submitted a memorandum to the British Cabinet Mission during its visit to Delhi. [62], The major languages spoken as per the 2011 census are Konyak (244,135), Ao (231,084), Lotha (177,488), Angami (151,883), Chakru (91,010), Sangtam (75,841), Bengali (74,753), Zeme (71,954; covering Zeliang, 60,399 and Zemi, 11,165), Yimchungre (74,156), Chang (65,632), Khiamniungan (61,906), Rengma (61,537), Phom (53,674), Nepali (43,481), Kheza (34,218), Pochury (21,446), Kuki (18,391), Chakhesang (17,919), Assamese (17,201), Bodo (12,243; covering Bodo, 7372 and Dimasa 4,871), Manipuri (9,511), Sema (8,268), etc.[63]. When the British inquired Burmese guides about the people living in the northern Himalayas, they were told 'Naka'. [citation needed] It was after 1946 only that the Nagas had asserted their inalienable right to be a separate nation and an absolute right to live independently. It was formed in 2003 after the Nagaland Legislative Assembly election, with the Naga People's Front (NPF), and the BJP. There are 0 Scheduled Caste (SC) and 86.48% Scheduled Tribe (ST) of total population in Nagaland. Clark, Evangelist Godhula and the headhunting Ao Nagas. While some forest areas have been cleared for jhum cultivation, many scrub forests, high grass, and reeds. The invaders came for "head hunting" and to seek wealth and captives from these tribes and ethnic groups. Cottage industries such as weaving, woodwork, and pottery are an important source of revenue. [9][11], The origin of the word 'Naga' is also unclear. The state has a very high church attendance rate in both urban and rural areas. 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[25] This Naga Memorandum stated. Huge church… Districts: There are 11 districts in Nagaland. Religious places to re-open in Nagaland:. In July 1960, following discussion between Prime Minister Nehru and the leaders of the Naga People Convention (NPC), a 16-point agreement was arrived at whereby the Government of India recognised the formation of Nagaland as a full-fledged state within the Union of India. Before the British Government conquered our country in 1879-80, we were living in a state of intermittent warfare with the Assamese of the Assam valley to the North and West of our country and Manipuris to the South. The most populous and the most urbanized is Dimapur district, with seven times the inhabitants of Longleng, the least populous. Religion Total Male Female; Hindu: 4,076 (4.28%) 2,597: 1,479: Muslim: 1,850 (1.94%) 1,003: 847: Christian: 86,145 (90.47%) 44,515: 41,630: Sikh: 15 (0.02%) 12: 3: Buddhist: 459 (0.48%) 245: 214: Jain: 10 (0.01%) 7: 3: Other Religion: 2,493 (2.62%) 1,235: 1,258: No Religion Specified: 171 (0.18%) 100: 71 Currently, the Jhum to Terraced cultivation ratio is 4:3; where Jhum is the local name for cut-and-burn shift farming. [86], The festival is named after the hornbill bird, which is displayed in folklores in most of the state's tribes. After elections in January 1964, the first democratically elected Nagaland Legislative Assembly was constituted on 11 February 1964.