The Nagaland Minister of Higher Education and Tribal Affairs Temjen Imna Along has shared a video of a strange home. The house is divided between two countries, India and Myanmar.
Temjen Imna Along, Nagaland’s minister of Higher Education and Tribal Affairs, is an enthusiastic social media user who frequently shares intriguing videos online. He recently shared a video of a fascinating town on the India-Myanmar border on the microblogging site Twitter.
According to the minister’s tweet, inhabitants of Longwa hamlet in the Mon area only need to go to their bedroom to cross the border.
“Oh my God | This is my India. This person only needs to go to his bedroom to cross the border.
This is the “Sleeping in India and Eating in Myanmar” point of view “The position of Nagaland’s minister read.
Longwa is one of the largest villages in Nagaland’s Mon district and is home to the Konyak Naga tribe.
The international boundary runs straight across the village head Angh’s residence. Because of the boundary, the bedroom quarters are on the Indian side of the border, while the kitchen is on the Myanmar side, inspiring the joke that he dines in India and sleeps in Myanmar.
The Konyak tribe and the Burmese side maintain significant cultural and family links, allowing both governments to grant dual citizenship to Longwa village people.
The video has received 236.3k views and many comments since the minister uploaded it on Twitter.
“Unique and lovely!!,” said one person.
Another user wrote: “OMG, I had no idea…!!!!”