Nagaland and Manipur states of India in the west.
There are 23 Naga tribes in Burma. They are:
The Nagas in Burma live in 229 villages in Sagaing Division and in Kachin State with a population estimated to be around 500,000. In Sagaing division, they inhabit seven Townships and Tanai Township in Kachin State.
1 Layshi Sagaing Division Tangkhul, Makury, Para, Yimchunger, and Kikhiri.
2 Khanti Sagaing Division Kengu, Chirr, Konyak, Khiumnungan, Lainung, Tangkhul etc.
3 Homlin Sagaing Division Tangkhul, Makury, Nimshik, Lamkang etc
4 Lahe Sagaing Division Konyak, Khiumnungan, Lainung, Phom, Saplo,
5 Nanyung Sagaing Division Heimi, Pangmi, Rangpan, Cheru, and Pakang.
6 Tamu Sagaing Division Tangkhul, Anal, Lamkang
7 Khampat Sagaing Division Pongoo*, Paingu*
8 Tanai Kachin State Heimi
* Over a period of time, these two tribes have now assimilated with the larger dominating Shan group.
Source: Naga Youth Organization, Burma