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Puitlingna (Maturity) ~ Hmar Film

Sielmat ICI Kristien Thalai Pawl Production 2015 Music- Robert L. Keivom Editor- Richard L. Sinate Costumes- Daisy Varte Sound- Jessai Ralsun Supervisor- Paul Nathan Videography- Richard L. Sinate & Chawnglienkung Sinate Written & Directed by- John Lalmawlsawm Hmar

 

ICI Central Choir Tour To Bangalore - Year 2012

The Independent Church of India (ICI) Central Choir visited Bangalore in August 2012 and performed at various churches across the IT capital of India. The The North East Olive Branch Charitable Trust sponsored the trip under ‘Rejoice’ banner and these photos are from the group’s performance at the Methodist Church on August 20, 2012.

 

Ansate / Ansapui (Paracress) - Herb with rich medicinal properties

The flower bud and the leaves of ‘ansate’ or ‘ansapui’ give a grassy taste followed by a strong tingling and a sense of numbness to the tongue when taken. It also gives a cooling sensation to the throat. The Hmar people use this herb mainly for food item and its medicinal purposes like herbal treatment for toothache and others are relatively new to them.

 

Maibal is Winter Melon or White gourd

Maibal is also an important vegetable cultivated by the Hmar farmers. Known in English as winter melon or white gourd it belongs to the genus Benincasa. It is used by the Hmars in preparing mostly soup (both veg and non-veg) and sometimes plain fry with chicken.

 

 
 
 

[Humour] Hmar guy calls up Lusei girl

This humour deserved to be listed in Hmar online museum. Despite the humour and regional dialect differences that come with it, this small conversation clearly shows that the Mizos, especially the Hmars, Lushais, Lai, etc, are one tribe (call it by whatever name). We have the same history, the same culture and don’t forget we can share our joy and pain. Spread love, not hate!

 

Ruo No (Bamboo Mugs)

The Hmars use bamboo for various purposes from building houses to setting up of traps. It is also used for carrying and storing of water by the women folk. Here’s one of the uses of bamboo – as mugs for drinking water or maybe a soup of kel chek 😉