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U Sohñiamtra Lyiur/ The Summer Orange

Updated: Aug 14, 2023



I Kongrit i rah ki jaiñ ban sait sha wah. Ka Lasubon ka bud ïa i katba ki rong thwei lyiur ka bneng ki her. I Kongrit i kyrjaw, ka Lasubon ka wieh kjat ha ki maw hapoh ka um. Shi lynnong ki siej ki padai ha ka khriang ka lyer bad ki thoh syrngiew ha u phlang. Ka Lasubon ka bam sohñiamtra bad ka 'er pyngngad na wah ka nang pynbang pynthiang ïa u. Ka Lasubon ka ïaid sha kita ki siej, katba i Kongrit i ïohi ba la ngam u sohñiamtra shapoh um.


Mynta ka sngi kaba dei ka 22 tarik u Jylliew, ka dei ka Thomas Jones Day. Ban kynmaw ïa ka jingwan jong ki dak thoh hapdeng jong ngi ki Khasi, la sah dak da ka jingïathuhkhana lyngkot.
"U Sohñiamtra Lyiur" ka dei ka jingïathuhkhana lyngkot ne ka microfiction. Ki microfiction ki dei ki jingïathuhkhana kiba don 50-300 tylli ki kyntien. Kane ka jingïathuhkhana ka don 95 tylli ki kyntien.
🟡 Sngewbha sa ïathuh ka mut aïu kane ka jingïathuhkhana ha ki comments! 😃😄 Phi sngewthuh kumno ïa ka?
🟡 Kumno ngin pynkylla sha ka Khasi ïa ka kyntien "microfiction"? Ngi lah ban ong "ka jingïathuhkhana rit-ria"?

Today the 21st of June is Thomas Jones Day. Thomas Jones was a Welsh Presbyterian missionary who established the Khasi alphabet. We commemorate the arrival of the written word in the Khasi community by posting a piece of microfiction.
"U Sohñiamtra Lyiur" or "The Summer Orange" is microfiction of 95 words.
🟡 Please tell us your interpretation of the story in the comments! 😃😄

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