Jinghpaw People: Their Religion, History and Culture

Kanseng Shyam


The Jingphaw ethnic group is one of the primitive tribes of the world. They are known as ‘Kachin' in Myanmar, ‘Jingpo' in China and ‘Singpho' in India. In different parts of planet, they are called by varied names; although the word “Jinghpaw” is commonly used by majority in written literary form. The Jinghpaw of Myanmar largely inhabit in its northernmost state called ‘Kachin State' and its hilly areas. In China, they live in western ‘Yunnan' province of ‘Dehong Dai and Jingpo Autonomous Prefecture'. In addition, they live in the north-eastern parts of India called ‘Arunachal Pradesh' and ‘Assam' state. This paper is an attempt to delineate the origin, history and unique cultural heritage of “Jinghpaw” community.

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