Did you know that the Nocte tribe had a part in making Assam the cradle of Indian tea?
Learn about the Noctes' proxy war against the British government and how tea contributed to it! Explore The Native Tea as it attempts to rediscover this forgotten piece of Arunachal's history!
About the author:
Born in 1996, Mst. Wangtum
Humchha Lowang, MA (Gold Medalist) in Economics, is the editor and the founder of Nocte Digest. Since he founded it in 2016, Nocte Digest has been successful in documenting many historical facts and relics of the Nocte tribe. Some of the most successful endeavours of Nocte Digest include the creation of a digital library and the acquirement of a Nocte vocabulary book, written in 1839, from the Beinecke Library of Yale University, USA. In 2021, Lowang became a member of the first government committee formed to recognise the Unsung Heroes of Arunachal Pradesh who fought against the British colonial rule. In September 2022, he joined Wangcha Rajkumar Govt. College, Deomali, as a Guest Faculty of Economics.
The Native Tea - Wangtum Humchha Lowang
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