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KHOURANG, a poem by Jyotirmoy Sinha

Koto Khourange mor jiban tor ningsinge, aji jauriga mi bahe bahe;
Tore peitou na pahurtou, oya asu mi jungolor phulgo.

Kuno cheya nadehouri, na kuno chara shabdo,
hudda hunouri mi ching ching ching ching;
koto asha korechilu ere dine, har tou pare bulia mone korouri
ere aajikar dukhi dine.

Koidin aage dehesilu mi hoponor porigore, kurigo oya
Aaji koto asha karesu asha thungoitoi bhulia;
Mi tar bonomalir phulgo maloya, Kintu nadehouri kuno milleng.

Aji mor goje porer boronor phuta top-to-peya
Aaji morang nei kuno chati saloya;
Chinta korouri, tor juligot homeitu kishade oya,
Aji mi jungole asu akhulago chatoya.

Hopon dehouri, kundin aaitou mi torang gothanlo paloya,
Kintu dorte nei morang akhulago asu bhulia.

Kripa chauri Bhagvanorang aathan bareya,
Karmo kartou ere dukhipar din jinging bulia;
Akdinte soinei bhujtoi gathanlo sara jagathan loya,
Tore peitou mi mor ahigo jipeya.




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Comments

  1. khourange aashilu pauri
    esade kobita aahanor
    jehane baaheya nitoiga paauri
    mor hoponor mohole
    aaji baro ningsing koreder
    ow din ouhani
    aahir pani aahil uhan na harpeilu
    ningsing ouri habbigire

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  2. This effort to write a Bishnupriya Manipuri poem by Jyotirmoy in one word is, BRILLIANT.

    Keep it up dude.

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  3. At last you have honored my request to write a poem in amar thar.
    Thanks a lot & a very good effort.Well done.

    Anything in BM is always appreciated.Hope to see more & more in the comming days.

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