- The Kuki Nation
- The Kukis are indigenous people of Zale’n-gam, ‘Land of Freedom’. Zale’n-gam refers to the contiguous ancestral lands situated in present-day Northeast India, Northwest Burma and the Chittagong Hill tracts in Bangladesh. In India, this includes areas in Assam, Tripura, Nagaland and Manipur; in Burma, predominantly the Sagaing Division, and in Bangladesh, the Chittagong Hill tracts. Prior to the advent of the British colonialists in the twentieth-century, the Kukis were an independent people in their undivided domain, each of the clans governed by the Chief according to its own law, custom and tradition. The Kuki people in Manipur are listed in alphabetical order: Aimol, Anal, Changsen, Chiru, Chongloi, Chothe, Doungel, Guite, Gangte, Hangshing, Haokip, Hmar, Kharam, Koireng, Kolhen, Kom, Kipgen, Lamkang, Lenthang (Telien), Lhanghal, Lhangum, Lhouvum, Lhungdim, Lunkim, Maring, Mate, Milhem, Monshang, Muyon, Paite, Purum, Simte, Singsit, Sitlhou, Tarao, Touthang, Vaiphei and Zou. Kgk@europe.com Ph: +4531177173 Almost: All Decoument/Sources in this Blog Are Directly taken from www.kukination.net
Saturday, December 17, 2011
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Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Life lessons that you taught to me,
But I got every word.
But Dad, I picked up everything,
It's written on my heart.
The man I am today;
You built a strong foundation
No one can take away.
So here's to you, dear father,
From your forever grateful son Khaikholet@ Ryan k. Guite.
Christian Christmas Poems
This religious Christmas poem is a true meaning of Christmas poem.
The lights add special decor.
We're shopping for Christmas gifts everywhere,
But are gifts what Christmas is for?
Aren't what we need to convey;
It's the birth of our Savior, Jesus,
The real reason for this holiday.