In Nagaland, India, severing the head of an enemy was a rite of passage for the Konyaks. They were infamous for their brutality in marauding neighboring tribes, but the people are dying out. The last of the Konyaks are over 70 years old but are warm and welcoming to anyone they meet. They are apparently being killed off by Christianity. The most recent and possibly last photos of the headhunting Konyak tribe were taken by Omar Reda when he visited them in the mountainous area of Northern India. The trophy gathering tribe were the last of the Nag tribes to accept Christianity, and the headhunting rite of passage was banned, though it did take a while for that to take effect. Even today, in their older age, the men are fierce in appearance, especially when you consider that the facial tattoos they sport were given for taking the heads of an enemy warrior.