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Tlieng-Khatar-Pruh




Ka jingong "Tlieng-khatar-pruh" ka dei ka ktien sin ïa u briew uba jynsur mynsiem bad uba kloi ban ïarap ïa kiba duk basuk.


The Khasi phrase "Tlieng-khatar-pruh" is used as a nickname and describes a person who is kind, generous and compassionate. This person is always ready to help who help those who are downtrodden and in need.


"Ka Tlieng' " ka dei ka kynja shylliah kaba ïar ka thár, ka lynter, ka pynkiang, ka jingrben bad ka jingheh. La thaiñ ïa ka da u thri ne ri-nger. La ju pyndonkam ïa ka tlieng ha kaba shoh kba, krái bad kiwei kiwei.


"Ka Tlieng" is a type of cane mat which is long in length and wide in breadth. It is also thick and consequently large in size. "Ka Tlieng" is woven with bamboo string or a small kind of rattan cane. "Ka Tlieng" is used during the threshing of paddy, millet and others.


"Tlieng-khatar-pruh" ka dei ka rukom sin kaba ngim ju kham ïohsngew. 🌿🌿 Ki bun jait ki shylliah kiba ngi ki Khasi ngi thaiñ bad pyndonkam bad ka tlieng ka dei kawei kaba la thaiñ sani bha. 🌾🌾 🟡 English translation by @speakyourroots

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