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Manipur State Committee Of Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha

Extended executive meeting of Manipur State Committee of Nikhil   Bishnupriya   Manipuri Mahasabha was held on 21 st instant at Ngaikhong. The meeting was presided over by presidium comprising with Kh. Nabakumar Singh, President, M.Mangal Singh Vice president of Mahasabha Manipur state unit. The meeting was attended by about seventy members from different parts of Manipur. The meeting was addressed by A.S.Gautam, working president of Central Committee of Mahasabha. Sri H.S.Manab, GS of Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Sahitya Parishad and Rajkumar Singha Asstt. GS of Mahasabha had attended the meeting. Sri M.K.Singha hon’ble member of BMDC haired as guest of honour. All participants in the meeting expressed and stressed on the unity of Bihnuprya Manipuries inside and outside Manipur(Mayang Laipak). Among others Sri N.Ranjit Singh, Kh. Chandrakanta Singha, M.S.Singh, P.K.K. Singh, M.Mangal Singh participated in the discussion and expressed oneness with the people of Bishnupriya Manipuri.

Janma Barshiki Of Shri Shri Bhubaneswar Sadhu Thakur in Mumbai on 18 Nov

Shree Shree Radha Govindo Jayoti    Respected Sir/Madam,     Bishnupriya Manipuri Kalyan Samittee, Mumbai  take the immense pleasure to invite you and your family and friends to the JANMA BARSHIKI OF SHRI SHRI BHUBANESWAR SADHU THAKUR – 2012  on Sunday, 18 th  November, 2012 being solemnized at the premises of  the  New Airport Colony, Vile Parle (E), Mumbai.  We eagerly look forward to your gracious presence and whole hearted participation to make this occasion a grand success. On behalf of Puja Committee-   Sh Gautam Sinha, President (9870902528)      Sh Sujit Sinha, Secretary (9920097707)       Cultural attractions:    Radha Krishna Dance, Khupa-echei, Rakhuwal Download the Invitation

Risk Inspiration

Personal Jottings By RK Rishikesh Sinha The Government of India’s decision on restricting the entry of foreign-owned e-commerce portal in India came as a sigh of relief who are into online retailing. Lot many that includes me have been lucky with the Government’s policy that it has not fallen on them.  Had it been the Government’s decision to allow the entry, what would have been my course of action? Was the risk running an electronic commerce sites gone dangerous to pursue? All these thoughts consume me. But as I step down the memory lane, the risk appear to be less dangerous than the one I had taken two years ago of quitting my job and set foot in a new course of life to create a new world for me. Two years ago in this month in 2009, I was working in an office; and today I don’t have office and those office hours. Instead, now my whole day and night is my office hours and my work more strenuous. But the difference is that I love it.  What prompted me to leave my job p

Bishnupriya Manipuri focussed at world meet

GUWAHATI, Oct 13 – The Endangered Language Alliance, the Ethnic Services Round Table of the New York Library Association and the New York Public Library joined forces to raise awareness about minority languages in danger and organised the Endangered Languages Fair in the New York Public Library premises in downtown New York on September 29. The event got excellent response from masses and experts alike. Participants learnt about the significance of minority languages and the efforts being made worldwide to preserve them, besides hearing about several languages throughout the world from speakers involved in preserving and celebrating them. This was stated in a press release. Daniel Kaufman, Linguist and Founder of the Endangered Language Alliance, discussed some of New York's endangered linguistic communities and their languages as well as showing recent video pieces from a collaboration with Google’s Endangered Language Programme on the languages of Timor. K David Harris

Call of the Deceased

By  Sachin Sinha , Kahilipara, Guwahati-19 Beyond the beautiful realm of dreams, I heard the voice of the faded. Cold, chilly voices beyond the veil Muffling the call of the dead. The victims of the cruel acts, Arising from their deep slumber. The haunted, gloomy look upon their faces, Brimming with a desire to express their fear.. Fear on their faces, Made me somewhat bold. To fulfill the desire of the deceased Waiting for something to be told.. ''Cruelty of the past, Still reverbating amongst the people. Greed, Envy, Treachery Existing still amidst the mingle. Evil deeds of the past Are yet to be resolved, The negativity amongst the people Has greatly evolved.'' The outcome of the words spoken, Was remorse deep within me. With shame and grief I wondered, ''Am i living life truly?'' Such distracted I was In the Draught of the Living Dead. The scene aroused me And I fell from my bed. Thus the life succeeding, Was neve

Bangla author highlights Bishnupriya Manipuri in US

Ramlal  Sinha Guwahati, Oct 8 Uttam Singha of Pouri International, Bangladesh delivered a speech at the Endangered Language   Fair (ELA) at New York Public Library, New York on the uniqueness of Bishnupriya Manipuri   language and its similarities with other languages. Placing Bishnupriya Manipuri language in the Bengali-Assamese sub-group of the eastern zone of   Indo-Aryan languages, Singha said that the two dialects of Bishnupriya Manipuri language —   Rajargaon (king’s village) and Madoigaon (queen’s village) — have influences of both Indo- Aryan and Tibeto-Burmese languages. He was specific in saying that while the Madoigaon dialect   has more Tibeto-Burmese words (Meitei), the Rajargaon dialect has been influenced by Indo- Aryan languages, including Bengali. He corroborated his statement by citing a number of   example of words that are commonly used in Rajargaon and Madoigaon dialects of Bishnupriya   Manipuri.   On the uniqueness of the language, Singha said th

Pithit -Pithihan-Pithibara

By Rebati Mohan Sinha             Pithi`han, pithit baro pithibara bulle khani’ahan oswosti bodh koriar, othocho pithi’han chharau amarta na’choler. Habitarou pithi’ahante thaar’nai. Ami je prithibi ehanat ahesi ehanor pithitou nishchoi karon aachhe. Othocho pithi’han, pithir khatang’han bullei ami naak shitkeyarta kiya? Jeebon’ehanat cholte gelega mung’baratto pithibarai nium dorkar porer, jemon, sour pithit thik’moto lagia na’thaile, tanure manu korani hin. Huttumeou jodi sou sumara manu naitara tebou rojgaaror khomotate thaitoi’nai, jehan aji’kalikar diney jobor dorkar. Boss’gor pithit thik thik’moto na’porle  promotion ba choice posting akkhanou nai’toi. Emonki ghoror githanok’gor pithit ghura-ghuri na’korle jibone nungei o’nuartangai. Kothai matiar, sofol muni’agor pithit thairita jela’ago baro osofol muni’agor pithit thaitarata kottogo, matte matte baro pithit aailang :  ningol’ego khanippara dangor oiya aaite muisou’ehan pithit laagtara ubaka pithit thaya aagleya


Diphu 25th Sep : 81st Lingkhat Divas (foundation day) of Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha was observed at Diphu in Karbi Anglong District , Assam. The flag of the Mahasabha was hoisted by Sri A.S Gautam working president of the central committee after flag hoisting flowers offered at the sahid Bedi after that a meeting was organised after presidentship of Sri Aswini Kr. Singha, President of Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha Diphu branch Sri A.S Gautam honoured as Chief Guest several leaders delevered speeh at te meeting. Among them Sri Rabindra Singha, Executive Member of  Central committee of NBMM, were listed as notable speaker. The meeting also addressed by Sri Dananjay Singha, President of Sri Sri Radha Krishna Sevashram Diphu.