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Zomi Nam Ni Hong Pian Khiatna Zia

Written by Tg Vungh Za Pau Zomi Nam Ni pen Tuunkha (February) 20 ni-in kiciamteh hi. Hih ni in muhna toi tawh hong piangkhia vat hilo-in minam leh gam itna lianpi tawh hong kipan khia ahi hi. Hih Zomi Nam Ni hong piankhiatna thu pen thuk-in zai-a, zong sang mahmah hi. Hih ni-in Zomite’ adingin suahtakna, ki-it kilemna, minam vai leh cikmah cianga a mangthang ngei nawnlo ding Zomite’ tangthu mungpi khat ahi hi. Zomite’ adingin Zomi Nam Ni a hong piankhiatna thu tel taka ih theihtheih nadingin hih banga a hong piankhiatna tangthu tawmbeek ih theihloh kiphamawh hi. Mikang kumpi in ni suahna lam gamte hong keeka, India ciang hong tung ta hi. India panin Kawlgam khanglam teng 1824 kumin hong la hi. 1852 kum tak ciangin Kawlgam phellang hong laaksak khin ta uh hi. 1885 kum ciangin Kawlgam buppi hong nuaisiah uhhi. Tua hun laitakin Zogam pen ei le ei ki-ukna India leh Kawlgam kikal-ah om hi. Zogam in Kumpi neilo-in mi khempeuh kumpi leh nautang kici hi. Ki-ukna Thukhunpi kineilo hi. Hih bangtengin gamkeek, huang-eu Mikangte in hong muh ciangun Zogam hong sim uh a, kum tampi hong sim khit 1896 ciangin Zogam hong la zo uh a, 1907 ciangin Zomite’ deihna hilo, Mikang kumpi deihna tawh ki-ukna hong bawlsakin Zomi tangpi tangta deihna donglo-a, Zomi leh Zogam uk ding Ukpi (Feudal Chief) hong guan ziau uhhi. Tua banga hong bawlnate uh kithuak nuam tuan lo-in Kawlgam sunga om minam kimte tawh a kibangin Zomite in Mikangte ih dona tangthu ciaptehna-in Zomi Nam Ni hong piankhia ahi hi. Tua tangthu leh-et kik leng:- 1939 kum khit ciangin suahtakna ngah nanga hanciamna hong nasia semsem hi. Zomite’ khuamuhna zong hong zai semsema, Zomi Kipawlkhopna panmunlente in gamkeek Mikang kumpi’ tungah anuaia bangin nam 9 na ngen uh hi. Tuate in:- 1. Zogam in Zanggam tawh a kibanga ki-ukna lama phattuamna angah nading. 2. Zogam ki-ukna pen Zomite deihna tawh kizui-a Thukhunpi bawlnang. 3. Pilna lam, cidamna lam leh sumzuak sumleinate a khantoh nanga puahphat nang. 4. Zogam pilna sanglam aman langa puahphat nang. 5. Suakta taka Biakna zuih theih nang. 6. Zogam lampi kizopna amanlanga hong bawlsak nang. 7. Zogam leh Zanggam suakta takin kikawm kizop theih nang. 8. Zomite mimam dangte tawh liangko kikima kizop theih nang. 9. Kawlgam in suahtakna a ngah ciangin Zogam in zong a kibanga a ngah pah nang. ci-in thu nam 9 na ngen uh hi. Hih atunga ngetna nam 9 te Mikang kumpi in a piak ding sangsikin, hih kipawlna a bei nang hanciam lai hi. Makai teng zong gamvai (politics) a sep nawn loh nang uh thupia zawsop hi. Ahih hangin mipi-in Mikangte’ vaihawmna a deihlohna uh nakpi takin lakkhia uh ahih manin Kanpetlet pan Mikangte taikhia uh hi. Kawlgam in Suahtakna ih ngah cil ahi 1949 kum-a ki-at Gambup Thukhunpi tawh kizui-in Paliman (Parliament) a a dawl tungnung leh a nuainung ci-in dei nih om hi. Zomi namte adingin tua Paliman dawl nih aitang palai puak ding hong kul ta hi. Palimanah Zomi tangpi tangtate’ lungkimna tawh a kitel palai puak ding ahih hangin Minam kim Palimante- ah gamke dangte bangin Ukpite leh Khawk-ukte’ tel palai puak ding maw- cih thu kitelkhiatna hong omta hi. Tua thu siangsak dingin Zomite kimtaka thu kikupkhopna akhatveina Zomi Nambup Khawmpi (Zomi National Conference) Falam khua-ah 1948 kum Tuun kha (February) kha 12 ni pan 22 ni dong nasia takin kibawl hi. Tua khawmpi a ni nihni-in Tedim pana Pu Thang Khaw Kai in thu sunna nei hi. Tua in Suahtakna ngah ma hun lai-in Zogamah Gamkeekte’ hong nutsiat gamah hoihlo ahi hi. Ukpite leh Khawkukte’ hong uk cipna hanga a piang mi zawng tangpi tangta’ tungah kilawm kituak lo-a siah donna, kuli vanpuate thaman pia lo-a sawlna, mizawng nautangte in khua-ul sisan luanga a thalawhsa, a sepsa tungah thuman lo-pi a laksakna, akipan a thuneihnate uh uang zatluatnate’ hangin nakpi takin gentheihna kithuak hi. Tua ahihmanin hih Ukpi ngeina tawh ki-ukna a zung natawmin longkhia-a ei leh ei suakta taka mipi’deih ngeina tawh ki-uk na’ng cih ahi hi. Tua a thusun pen Falam khua huam Lailun khua pan palai Pu Chun mang leh Kanpetlet pan palai Pu Thang Muangte nih in thukimpih pah uhhi. Tua a thusun thukimpihna mipi vote tawh a khensak uh ciangin mipi 5000 sung pan vote sagih bek in nial-a vote 4993 in thakhat thu-in lungkimpih ahih manin kikipsak pah hi. Hih banga atamzaw thukimna tawh Ukpi ngeina a kibeisak nadingin Zomi nam khempeuh mipi’ deihna tawh ki-ukna ahi Democracy huihdam kidik kha a, khuamuhna mittang hong keuh ta hi. Hih banga kikhopna a kibawl khit phetin thuvaihawm pawl in Ukpite a kibeisak manin liauna (compensation) dangka 500,000 piapah hi. Tua dangka pen a zaa lianpen panin a zaa neupen dong 70,000; 20,000; 5000; 1000 leh 100 cih bangin seh hawmsak uh hi. Tua pana kipanin kum tampi a kithuak ki-ukcipna, kigawtna leh Ukpite’ siahkaihna khut nuai pan kisuakta ta hi. 1. Hih banga Falam khua-a a kibawl khawmpi in gamkeekte’ hong nutsiat gam hoihlo ahi ukpi ngeina tawh ki-ukna a kibeisak bek tham lo-in, Zomite’ khang tangthu sungah kithutuah diamdiama Zomi Nam Ni bawl theih denna, 2. Mipi atamzaw deihna tawh ki-ukna ahi Democracy ngeina zatna Suahtakna a ngah cil Kawlgam sunga teeng minam tuamtuamte tawh liangko kikim a, 3. Kipumkhatna ngahin ih gam a kip den na’ng leh Zomite minam vai lampan deihta kipanpihna zong ahi hi. Gamkeekte’ hong guat gamh hoihlo Ukpi ngeina tawh ki-ukna a beina ni ciapteh nadingin Theinosih kha (February) 20 ni pen Zomi Nambup adingin ni thupi pen ni hi, cih Kawlgam sung bek thamlo leitung buppi in hong theihpih nading deihna tawh 1950 kumin Falam khua-ah Zomi Nam Ni nasia takin kibawla, tua lai-ah Kumpipa Sao Shwe Thaik leh a pawlte zong na kah uh hi. Hih bang teng ciangin “ZOMI NAM NI” hong piangkhia ahi hi. Zomi a kici peuhmah in hih ni thupi ni kumsimin bawl dena, a kip tawntung nadingin Zomi khempeuh ii mawhpuak ahi hi. Note: Hih article hitaleh Innpite tangthu leh Zomi folklorete pen ka etphat kik ciang in a kaikhawm Rev Thang Siam Lian kici a, a article gelhte min om kimlo hi. Tua man in credit kipia theilo hi. A thei i omleh bel contact page/email zang in hong hilh un maw!

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