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Ïasuh Marïap

Ka jingong "Ïasuh marïap" ka mut kaba rai kut ïa la ka jingim da kaba pynmih lut ïa la ka bor ha kano kano ka thong ne jingpyrshang khatduh artat.

Shuh shuh, lah ban batai ba ka dei ka jingïaleh kheiñduh ïalade bad kata ka jingïaleh ka dei kaba khatduh ïawai artat.

The phrase "Ïasuh marïap" refers to an irreversible decision that is taken with regards to oneself, where there is an absolute and complete expending of power or energy in any competition, challenge or endeavour.

This competition, challenge or endeavour may be the last or final one in the life of this particular individual. The phrase "do or die" may partially describe this situation.

The Khasi phrase "Ïasuh Marïap" reflects the grit and determination that we need in our lives. ⚡⚡⚡
🟡 English translation by @speakyourroots

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