Zou

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Zou/Zo people are indigenous community living along the frontier of India and Burma. They are called the Zomi and literally means the descendant of Pu Zo. Zou/Zo are recognised as Scheduled Tribe under the 6th Schedule of the Constitution of India. They are a small community of less than 1,00,000 but 7th largest tribal in Manipur. Zou/Zo are known for their natural peace loving, caring and honesty. Zou or ZOU may refer to

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