Lushai love poem

Darthlalang a i hlim thla leng

Ka thuziak mawi ber

Mahse hmanhmawh rawh a liam hma in

A tawp na atan ka hmangaih che

Translated into Lushai by Fifi

Original version
Poem the mirror

Lushai language

Love poem into Mizo language (Lushai, Lushai-Mizo, Lukhai, Lusago, Lusai, Lusei, Lushei, Mizo ṭawng, Mizo Chin, Duhlian Twang, Dulien, Fannai, Hualngo, Tlau, Whelngo, Le, Lei, Ngente, Sailau). This Tibeto-Burman language of the Mizoram is spoken by 700,000 speakers in India, Bangladesh, and Burma. It is written with the Latin alphabet. Lushai, is the tonal language of the Kurdish group of the Zo (Mizo) people, who lives in the northeast corner of India.

The Mizos

The Mizos (lushais) are Tibeto-Burmese people. Their Chin ethnic group, is established in the mountains of Mizoram. They practice the culture on burning and form a patrilineal society, where polygamy remains reserved to the aristocracy. The Mizoram (northeast of India) is detached from Assam since 1972. Its population is made up of tribes of diverse origins. It is in this state that one finds the highest tribal concentration of India.

Neighboring language
Chakma poem
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Poem translated into lushai (482 languages)