The primitive history of Nagaland is the anecdote of the mores and economic actions of the Naga tribes. The people were initially referred to as Naka in Burmese languages, which means 'people with pricked ears'. When the British East India Company took control of Assam in 1826, Britain progressively lingered its domain over modern Nagaland. By 1892, all of modern Nagaland aside from Tuensang area in the northeast was presided over by the British. Later in history was noted most about the conversion of Naga people into to Christianity. Missionaries played an important part in renovating Nagaland's Naga tribes to Christianity.
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