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Now "Bishnupriya Manipuri" in You Tube

I failed to stop myself jotting down my instant feelings when my eyes saw the first uploaded videos of Bishnupriya Manipuri in the Google’s You Tube. I was happy literally like a child. Like the Bishnupriya Manipuri Language page in the Wikipedia.org, presence of our community in this Broadcast Yourself site is of great importance.

Now we are not only available in the internet in the form of text but in the form of vedios. Those who are interested in our community, can now have the options to understand the Bishnupriya Manipuri community much better and in much better medium. It will definitely give a new insight in the understanding of the community.

The credit of uploading the first Bishnupriya Manipuri vedios in the You Tube goes to Mr. Uttam Singha. I don’t know about others how they are taking the news, but in personal front I am feeling proud of him. Speaking the truth, it was in my mind to upload something related to Bishnupriya Manipuri in the You Tube. But anyway I am feeling proud of him.

You can view his uploaded vedio by clicking here. Leave comments on his vedios here . You can subscribe to his vedios even. I am subscribing to his vedios. But not now since my PC is in a very pathetic condition. I aspect more vedios coming up from him.

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