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Ka lyer Pyrem bad ki lyer u Lber






Andrew says:

" "Lber" ka mut ba mih. Hadien jong ka jingtyrkhong ka mariang, ha une u bnai ne aïom, u slap u la sdang ban hap malu mala bad pyntngen pat ïa ka mariang bad ki jingthung jingtep ba la sah khyrdong ha ki bun, bad ki lyngkha ruh ki sdang sa ban mih pat, ki syntiew ki skud ki la sdang ban phuh ban pynïap bieid ïa ka mariang. Ki diengsoh diengpai ruh ki la sdang shylluit khnang ban sei ïa ki soh kiba kynsai jong ka snem ha ka mariang. Kine ki dur ki dei ha Mawlai Umsaw. Ka dur kaba nyngkong ka dei ha ka por ba dang dep rang u slap. Ha ka dur ba ar dang shu dep thang bun."


" In "Lber" or March after the dry weather of winter, rain starts to fall giving respite to the earth and plants. Life and growth begins again with crops, flowers and fruits beautifying the face of spring. These pictures have been taken in Mawlai Umsaw, Shillong. The first picture was taken just after a shower of rain and the second picture is the burned turf that has been arranged for manure."



Khublei Shibun @andrewjana_ ïa kine ki dur bad ïa ka jingbatai ruh kumjuh! 😄
Ka lyer Pyrem bad ki lyer u Lber ki wanrah ïa ka jingthymmai bad ka jingseisoh. 🌱🌼🍃
🟡 English translation by @speakyourroots

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