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Menka Singh

Menka Singh has been working as Assistant Professor in History at Daulat Ram College, University of Delhi, since 2012. She is currently pursuing her PhD from the Department of History, University of Delhi. Her doctoral dissertation is titled, 'The Memory and Legacy of Colonialism in the Naga Hills, c. 1832–1947'. Her M.Phil dissertation was titled, 'State, Family, and Orphans of Partition, c. 1940–1980'.

Overview
Mythical Legends and Legendary Myths: A Case Study of Khonoma, Nagaland
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The First Settlers of Khonoma: In Conversation with Peu Kuotsu
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Traditional Angami Naga Folk Dance
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Customs and Beliefs of Angami Nagas: In Conversation with Methaheto Chase
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Interview
Angami Naga Folk Tales: In Conversation with Kosau Talie
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Mythical Heroes of Khonoma: In Conversation with Tsilie Sakhrie
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Angami Folk Love Song
Quick Facts
Khomona Village: A Brief Glance
Bibliography
Myths and Legends of the Angami Nagas: Readings
Myths, Legends, Angami Nagas, Oral narratives
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Myths and Legends of the Angami Nagas of Khonoma
Article
Feeling the Intangible - Revisiting Heritage