The ‘trans-boundary village’ of Longwa is an interesting sight to behold – it straddles the international boundary of India and Myanmar; one half of the house of the powerful Angh falls within India whereas the other half lies in Myanmar. There are both Indian and Myanmarese schools in this village. In the past, the Angh had sixty wives and his jurisdiction extended up to Myanmar and Arunachal Pradesh.

  Places in and around Nagaland
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