Kalewa, " the mouth of Kale," stands at the entrance to the Kale valley. Kalemyo, " the town of Kale," which is approached by way of the Myittha through scenery of extraordinary beauty, was for long the capital town of the valley, and its walls and ramparts can still be traced. The valley is rich and fruitful, but cursed with malaria ; and before the British arms overcame the Chin highlanders, it lay at their mercy, and was frequently harassed by raids.
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