Iaith: Phom Naga
Phom is a Naga Tribe from Nagaland, India. Their traditional territory lies between the territories of Konyak in the north-east, the Ao in the west and the Chang in the south. According to the 2001 census the Phom Naga has a population of 123,000. The Phom Naga linguistically belong to the Tibeto-Burman family of languages. Agriculture is the traditional occupation of the Phoms, and the tribe practices Jhum cultivation. The Phoms also have a tradition of pottery, bamboo work and spinning.The New Testament was published through the Bible Society of India on June 14, 1978 and the complete Phom Naga Bible in 2005.
This translation, published by the Bible Society of India, was published in 2005
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