With an introduction to Zo culture, economy, religionand their status as an ethnic minority inINDIA, BURMA, and BANGLADESH
With an introduction to Zo culture, economy, religionand their status as an ethnic minority inINDIA, BURMA, and BANGLADESHby
Published by the AuthorC/o N. T. Thawnga, Venghlui,AIZAWL, MIZORAM, INDIA.
DedicationIPrefaceIIChapter 1. Introduction to Zo people1 —25The Generic Name Zo1Zo Population7Zo Society7The Political System8Culture and Customs11Religion16Zo Language19Zoram (Zoland)21Chapter 2. Roots of Zo26 —39Origin in China26Zo Kingdom33Zo People Built Kale Palace 37Chapter 3. Tribal Development 1000-182640— 105Migration to Zoram 41Early Migrants : Masho 42Late Migrants43The Southern Group : Asho, Sho Asho 43Sho. Kx'ou. or Zo45The Northern Group : Pawi, Mizo, Zomi47Pawi or Lai48Mizo or Lusei56Zomi or Paite74Tribal Wars84War between Sunthla and Haka84The Haka —Lusei War85The Sakta-Haka War86The Burmese —Haka War86The War Between the Zanniat/Khualsim Against the Tlasun87The Lusei Wars87The Lusei—Zahau War88Kamhau's Wars89The Kamhau Shan War89Metei Gal (Kamhau—Manipur War)90Sukte—Lusei Wars94The Kamhau —Zahau War94The Hualngo and Zahau against the Sukte95The Destruction of Lophei95The Destruction of Khuasak 97Sizang's Migration to Mualnuam and its Destruction100Peace Négociation between the Sizang and the Pawi103Quarrel Among the Sizang104Chapter 4. British Influence 1826-1947106--153The Division of Zo Country107Early Relations with the British107British Invasion of 1871 (West Zoram)111British Campaigns in East Zoram113Sizang's Reaction116Tlasun Chief Sonpek's Reaction117Zokhua and Kamhau Reactions117British Invasion of East Zoram117British Final Invasion of Zoram121