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Yes, we can do!

By RK Rishikesh Sinha, New Delhi

To begin with, Happy New year to you all! May God bless all of you with peace and prosperity in this New Year.

Special thanks to authors – Ranita Sinha, BN Sinha, Rebati Mohan Sinha, Henryy Sinha, Jyotirmoy Sinha, Tridiv Sinha, Santosh Kumar Singha, Sanju Sinha, Surajit Sinha, Rini Sinha, Sonika Rajkumari, RKHL Sinha, Bhibulal Sinha, Ramanuj Sinha, Suroshree Sinha, Raghavendra Sinha, Rishi Prakash, Pranati Saikia, Rebita Singh, …the list is going long (I may have missed a few) for making this blog a success with their insights and views.

Commenters! Hats off to you all to make the blog vibrant and invigorating it. Obai Itao, Pink Floyd…sorry I can’t add all the names. 

Not to forget, readers, who have been falling in this blog from all parts of the world. 

Call it shortening of time in this bone-chilling winter season in New Delhi that I was not able to spend 20 minutes writing for this blog.

Let’s not begin with, what we have missed in the year 2008, let us talk what we can do in this year. What are the plans, the slew of stimulus packages that could be delivered in this year? 

(1) Adding razor-sharp, relevant, stimulating articles on the core Bishnupriya Manipuri community. Touching all aspects of it. It is countless, that is confirmed! 

(2) Creating value-added articles that we all can use. With special focus on students, children – continuation of English Grammar (you could see this tag in the right panel). In nutshell, minimizing the age group that comes in the blog.

(3) Adding biographies of know and unknown Bishnupriya Manipuri Greats. 

(4) Maintaining a clean blog so that future readers from any age groups – children to elderly persons, find it acceptable. 

(5) Last, and not the least that the blog is efficient to do - seeking knowledge empowerment of any Bishnupriya Manipuri people. Ex. A person writing 50 articles on any subjects: Bishnupriya Manipuri, internet, business …is automatically empowered with domain knowledge. 

So, keep reading this blog. 

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  1. Right said, Sir!!

    We have to take it to the next level. A portal that assists all of us to gather, share, learn, practice and inculcate the bishnupriya within us.

    However, as an individual, i would like to see my fellow brothers and sisters to be more democratic in our approach and how we go about it.Let's avoid dragging in the past, the bitter experiences (i'm sure we have lots to learn from those examples as well), the bujons, the unions etc. We would like to read, write and talk about the road ahead. Lets not take anecdotes on who practises what rather look forward on how to retain the practices we are supposed to follow.
    I see a great future to this initiative and look forward to it, just that we need to have some ground rules and hygiene around the platform. That will take us places.


  2. dear Rk rishikesh,
    new year ehaanat haabire thakat dite naang baaro than haan ullekh kariya maatle koongo kumpeit ashi uhaan harpeitangai baaro manor satisfaction ahaan je amaar manoo epait epait ashii.

    tks for wish happy new year2009 to all the reader and writer .

    bipul sarma


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