Para Naga
Jejara Naga
Languages
Para language
Related ethnic groups
Tangkhul Naga, Makury Naga, Other Naga people

The Para tribe (also known as Jejara) is one of the tribal Naga peoples.[1][2] They reside mostly in the Naga Self-Administered Zone in Myanmar. They are one of the major Naga peoples of Myanmar and mostly inhabit the area around Lay Shi Township.[3]

References

  1. ^ S. R. Tohring (2010). Violence and identity in North-east India: Naga-Kuki conflict. Mittal Publications. pp. xv–xvii. ISBN 978-81-8324-344-5.
  2. ^ "NAGAS IN MYANMAR: PEOPLE OF THE FORGOTTEN LAND | morungexpress.com". morungexpress.com.
  3. ^ Aung, Oliver Slow, Win Zar Ni (7 August 2019). "Nagaland: making peace in a divided homeland". Frontier Myanmar.