Naulak

Naulak

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Naulak is a clan of Tedim, Dim ethnic group recognised by the Burma government. In India it is a clan of the Sukte Scheduled Tribe in the state of Manipur and Mizoram. "Nau" means baby. "Lak" means take. Then Naulak means baby take. In here the baby take by the other man. They are Christians. They use the ISO basic Latin alphabet and Arabic numerals. Legend has it that Naulak was residing in Ciimnuai-Geltui region of Burma. Dimpi village was his bastion. For reasons best known to the then existing village economy, society, and politics, his descendants migrated elsewhere and carried on. The Zomi folk tales of Lian Do and Thang Ho were bond in CIIMNUAI and young at in Dimpi village until their die.

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