The advent of British power was an epoch making development in the history of the Zomi. It marked the end of the long period in which they had lived in isolation and the beginning of a new era in which they became a part of a larger and rapidly changing world. The British rule meant the end of internecine tribal warfare and raiding, and the beginning of an era of peace. The policy followed by the British administrators during the next half century provided the framework within which the new Zomi society was to take shape.



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