Ki Mawsiang Kulong Kumah Ka Sohra da i Kynpham Sing Nongkynrih
Ka poitri "Ki Mawsiang Kulong Kumah Ka Sohra" na ka thup "Ki Mawsiang Ka Sohra" (2007) ba la thoh da i Babu Kynpham Sing Nongkynrih ka kren shaphang ka jingkylla kaba la wan ha ka shnong Sohra ha ki sngi mynta. Ki dei sa tang ki mawsiang ka Sohra kiba ïeng kynjreng kum ki dak ka jingkynmaw ïa ka ïing bad ïa ki por ki ïa kiba la leit.
Ngi dap da ka jingsngewkmen ba ngin ïoh lad ban kren bad phylliew jingmut bad i Babu ha ka 2 tarik u Nailar ha @eveningclubshillong, ryngkat bad i @samuel.sawian bad i @daia.risa ban tip ïa ka jingïaid lynti jong i kum u nongthoh Khasi uba la pawnam ha ri India bad shabar ka ri India ruh.
Khublei Shibun @pyrta.collective ba phi la pynkhreh kum ïa kane ka jingïakynduh! 😄🙏
The poem "The Ancient Rocks of Cherra" from "The Yearning of Seeds" (2011) written by Kynpham Sing Nongkynrih speaks of the changes that Sohra/ Cherra has undergone in these present times. It is only the rocks and boulders of Sohra who stand constant as symbols of the memory of home and the days that have gone by.
We are happy to be getting the opportunity to talk to Bah Kynpham Sing Nongkynrih on the 2nd of August in @eveningclubshillong together with @samuel.sawian and @daia.risa to know more about his journey as a Khasi writer who is well known in India and abroad too.
Thank you @pyrta.collective for organising such an occasion! 😄🙏