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Dear Zomi U leh Nau:

Zomi a hun tungta in ngaihsun ingh. Ataktak in Zomi tawh biakna lam kipawlna leh minam vai kipawlna tuamtuam te ah i dinkhop zawh kum tampi mah hi ta in, tu-in ahih leh Kumpi thunei te in Zomi in hong ciapteh ding uh a hun tungta in mu zaw ingh.



Thuk et leng, minam min khempeuh pen a kiphuak vive hi-a, aki phuak hun a masa, anu nung, ei phuak leh midangten hong phuaksak uh cih bek in ki lamdang in mu ingh. Ahuam in minam min pen a kipom man in aki zang, a ki thei cih theih sa ingh.




Tu hun in, ei min-tap nei, kamphen/pauphen kullo teng sungah Zomi ki deih kim mahmah ka sa a, 2014 census ah Zomi ci-a kiciapteh ding a ut sawm lo te nagawn in zong Zomi mah a hihna uh hong pulak khia tangtang uh ahih man in tu hun ah Zomi pen politically correct (Historically incorrect cihna hi tuan lo) hong suak ta a, mikim in deihlo a ci lian ki om lo in mu ingh.



Abeisa hun in Zomi a pom nuam nai lo pawlkhat ki om hi. 2014 Census ah i vek in Zomi pom thei ta leng lunggulh huai mahmah hi. Tangtawng pek, Pi leh Pu khang-a i kilohna sa, i khanpih min, kipawlna, i kituam ciaptehnasa tuamtuam te damdam in nusiat ding lam, phungvuh loh ding lam cih bel thubaih lohna tampi om mah ding hi. Mimal phuutkhak (Personal experience) na dan khat leh khat ki banglo ding a, pawlkhat ten ki deidanna tuamtuam zong a thuak kha ngei om thei mah ding hi hang. A hi zong a tamzaw i pom theih ta a hi Zomi mah pom thei ciat ta leng i minam buppi a ding mailam ah hamphatna lianpi hi zaw ding in mu ingh.



Mangkang hun lai 1800’s sung teng Lushai Hills a teng’teng tu hun ah Mizo tawh, Kuki Hills a teng Kuki tawh, Chin Hills a teng Chin leh Zomi tawh a ding khin, ading ta ding dan ki hi ta hi. Mangkan hun lai in Northern Chin Hills a teng Siyin, Sokte, Sokte (Nwengals), Kanhows, Thado (Kuki), Yo, Nwite cih bang-a tribes tuamtuam in hong ciamteh mah uh hi. Kawl Kumpi/ Galkap Kumpi hun ah bel Khuano, Guite, Ngorn , Saizang, Zo, Tiddim, Teizang,Thado, Dim, Hualgo cih bangin hong ciamteh leuleu mah uh hi.

Abeisa hun in i ki ciaptehna tuamtuam, hong kiciaptehna tuamtuam te a hi vive mah hi kha ding in ngaihsun ingh. Kamtawh a kigen-te (Oral tradition) Mangkang-bu ten hoihtak laibu tawh hong ciaptehsak tampi-te tu in online ah e-book in free in google books cih khawng ah a om te sim leng kician sa ingh. Mangkang, Kawlte in a uknop ding in (Divide & rule) hong khenna zong cih theih ding a, ei leh ei zong a kikhenkhen mah zong ki hi lel ding in lamen ingh.



Zomi-te tangthu bulsuutna ah “Zo” pan cih leh “Zhou” Dynasty pan cih thu nih apom ki tampen kha ding hi. Tua te zong lah, “Zo” pan khangsimna ah Dr. Vumson bangin “Zo” leh Kipmang, Ciinhil kikal ah khang tampi mah kisam sak ( “I suppose many generations are missing” – Zo History by Dr. VumSon, P. 75.), “Zhou” Dynasty zong lah Sengam pan Kawlgam zuatna tawh kisai siksan taktak ding in tangthu-bu kician khat na ngawn ki nei lo a, upmawh thu mah hi lai in mu ingh. ( A kicing in a thei, a nei a om a hih leh lah kei a thei nai lo hi zaw ning). A kisam (Missing link) te khangthak ten kankan lai ding hi lo dia ci ingh.

Tu hun in atam zaw ZOMI tawh kigawm zo khin i hih man in ZOMI ci-in thunei te tungah ciaptehna ngen leng ZOMI i hihna a kip hong hi ding a, i minam ZOMI cih a kip hi lel ding in mu ingh.


Mimal muhna pan,

Do Khup
dkkhup@gmail.com

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