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Sixth Schedule Le District Council Hmêlhmang

(Modality of Sixth Schedule and District Council)

“Sixth Schedule Le District Council Hmêlhmang (Modality of Sixth Schedule and District Council)” ti lekhabu Hmar awng ngeia tiem thei dinga Pu Timothy Z. Zote’n taima taka a hung buotsai ngat, Pu Lalthomlien Neitham in a hung Published, Phek 108 a sa, demy size (564 x 444mm) , First Edition 2015, Copies 500, India Tangka Cheng (INR) 99/- (Sawmkuo le pakuo) man chauh. BCPW, Lamphel Super Market, Imphal (Manipur) a Sut (Print) ngat hi lo inchawin, lo tiem ve ngei rawh. Bung (Chapter) 3 (pathum) a ṭhe a nih a, i tiem suok vawng a ni phawt chun hlawkpui ngei i tih.


A Copy dit hai chun ṭuonṭhat ngai vieu a tih. A Copy hi Manmasi Digest Monthly Magazine Agent/Correspondent hai a inthawkin hun sawtnawte ah hmu thei vat a ni ding a nih. Lo inchan zing el rawh.
  
Hi Lekhabu a Forward (Thuhma) chu Pu Dr. Rosiem Pudaite Chairman, Hmar Art & Culture Society, Tuiṭhaphai, Churachandpur, Manipur in a ziek a, Publisher’s Note (Insuotu Thuhma) chu Pu Lalthomlien Neitham Hmarkhawlien, Assam (Publisher) in a ziek bawk a, Writer’s Note (Ziektu Thuhma) Pu Timothy Z. Zote in a ziek bawk. A sung thu hi hang hrilmawi fahran rak khawm a ngai naw a. Tiem hunah a hlutna chu mani chitin, a tiemtu taphawtin an la hriet tho ding a nih. Mani ṭawng ngeia hiengang lekhabu ei nei thei hi ziektu le ama ṭhangpuituhai le tiem thei dinga lekhabu a sut pektu inpak an umin, lawm an um tak zet a, hnam ta dinga ro hlutak a tling a nih.

Hi lekhabu hi famtah Pu Zosanglien Hmar (1956 – 5-6-2008), Hmarkhawlien (Pu Lalthomlien Neitham a piengna Pa) hrietzingna dinga inhlan a nih. Ama hi mi tlawmngai thei tak le hmangaina hau tak el mi a nih a, khawtlanga hai Val-Upa sin dam lo chelin, HNU Assam a hai ṭhuoitu nina vawi tamtak lo chelin, ringum tak le a ṭulna hun le hmun a hai huoisen taka hma la hlak mi a nih. Infiemna tieng khawm Javelin Throw le Short Put a hai lawman tamtak a dawng bawk.


Hi lekhabu an lo hmu danhai:
    
     “Timothy Z. Zote lekhabu siem Sixth Achedule le District Council Hmelhmang ti chu ka tiem a, pi le pu ṭhanga nundân le nunphung humhal a ṭulzie, hnam dân mawihai hreṭhat zing a pawimawzie le ṭawng hi hnam nina târlangtu a niziehai a târlang chieng hle a. Lekhabu tam tak râwna a ziek a ni leiin a sui chipchier tawk hle a, tiem tlak tak nihin ka hriet. Sixth Schedule hung inṭan dân le Sixth Schewdule chu hnasm hnufuolhai dawmsangna dinga indin a ni hi mitin hriet dinga thil pawimaw bêk bêk nihin ka hriet bawk.”
     - Pu SN Ngurte, Chairman, Hmar Literature Society, Tuiṭhaphai, Manipur.

     “Sixth Schedule le District Council Hmelhmang” ti lekhabu Pu Timothy Z. Zote’n a buotsai hi, ka tiem suok vawng a, ṭha ka tihin Political Movement neina ding le hmasawnna bul a nina le Art and Culture leia hi lekhabu khawm hi hung suok a nina a tarlang chieng hle a. Chuleiin, ei nina, nundân (culture) hai hi vawng thatna tieng hmalak nawk zuol a ṭulna a suklang takzetin an lang. Chun, North East India biela District Council le Sixth Schedule piengsuok dan feltakin a suklang hin mi a sukbengvar pha hle ka ring. In tinah kawl vawng thei inla nuom a um hle a. Chun, lekhabu siem le inchawk tieng pangah intlânsiek inla nuomum ka ti hle bawk.”

- Pu Hmangkhum Joute, M.A, Dip. In Statistic, LL.B, Founder President, Hmar Inpui, Rengkai, Tuṭhaphai

Thupui ṭhenawi iemani zat a um a. Chuonghai chu lo hei hmelhriet ei tih. Hiengang hi a nih.

A sunga thu umhai-

Chapter  I
Thiemthil le NundânKeihnawi (Related Art and Culture)
1.  Thuhawngna (Introduction)
2.  Thiemna le Nundan Umzie  (Meaning of Art and Culture)
3.  Nundân (Culture)
4.  Thiemna le Nundân Pawimawna (Importance of Art and Culture)
5.  India Dânpui –ah (In Indian Constitution)
6.  Chanvo Bulhut-ah (Fundamental Rights)
7.  State Hmadawmna Bulpuia Inhremna Dân (Directive Principles of State Policy in Indian Penal Code)
8.  District Council chu Art and Culture Leia Pieng a nih (Formation of District Council is Due to Art and Culture)
9.  awng Humhal (Preserving Language)
10. History Sui (Study of History)
11. Hnam Dân  le Nundân (Custom & Culture)
12. Mihring Thilthiem Thur Suokna (Excavate Human Achievements)
13. Hnam Humhaltu (Preserver of Ethnic)
14. Khawvela Inpholangna Dingin (For Exposure to the World)
15. Hnam Nina Vawng Himtu  (Preserving of Ethnic Identity)
16. Inunauna Intluntu (Integrator)
17. Art & Culture le Sixth Schedule (Art & Culture and Sixth Schedule)

Thiemthil le Nundân Hmasawnna
(Development of Art & Culture)
18. Lekhabu In (Library)
19. Thilhluisiena In (Museum)
20. Chanchinhlui Inchiktlâk Siena (Archive)
21. Vawnghat dân (Record and Management)
22. Thilsui  le Lekhabuinsuo (Research and Publication)
23. Inelna Buotsai (Conduct Competition) 
24. Thupui Hril le Ngaituotlâng (Seminar and Symposium )

Chapter II
Nundân Suibingna (A Study of Culture)
25. Nundân Umzie (Meaning of Culture)
26. Nundân  Chu Mihriem Ta Ding Bikrieu A Nih (Culture Is Unique to Man)
27. Nundân Ni Thei Lo (What Culture is Not)
28. Nundân Hrilfie Dân (Definition of Culture)
29. Nundân Thlierna Dang (Characteristics of Culture)
30. Nundân Hi Inchûk A Nih (Culture is Learnt)
31. Nundân Chu  A Huho A Nih (Culture is Social)
32. Nundân Hi Intlâng A Nih (Culture is Shared)
33. Nundân Hi  Inpêksawng Pei A Nih (Culture is Transmissive)
34. Nundân Hi  Umzing Infawkkhawm A Nih (Culture is Continuous and Cumulative)
35. Nundân Hi Kengtamtak Zawmkhawm A Nih (Culture is Consistent and Integrated)
36. Nundân Hi Hrâttaka SiemremThei  A Nih (Culture is Dynamic and Adaptive)
37. Nundân Chu  Sukfamkimtu A Nih (Culture is Gratifying)
38. Nundân Hi  Hnam Tinah An Ang Vawng Nawh (Culture Various from Society to Society)
39. Nundân Hi Hringnun Kaupeng le Suongtuona InsangTak Nei A Nih (Culture is Super Organic and Ideational)       
40. Nundân le Pawlruol (Culture and Society) 
41. Nundân-a Umhai (Culture Contents)
42. Thuomhnaw Hmuthei le hmuthei  lo Nundân (Material and  Non- Material Culture)
43. Thuomhnaw Nundân (Material Culture)
44. Thuomhnaw hang lo Nundân (Non-Material Culture)
45. Nundân Thilthawhai (Functions of Culture)
46. Nundân Hi Hrietna Robawm A Nih (Culture is the Treasury of Knowledge)
47. Nundânin Ngirhmun A Sukchieng (Culture Defines Situations)
48. Nundân-in Changzie, Hlutna le Thiltum A Mi Hrilfie (Culture  Defines  Attitude, Values and Goals)
49. Nundânin Ngirhmun  A Mi Relpek (Culture  Decides Our Career)
50. Nundân-in Nunchang Khaikhinna A Semdar (Culture Provides  Behaviour Pattern)
51. Nundân-in Mihriem Mizie A Hem (Culture Moulds Personality)
52. Nundân Tenau (Sub - Culture)
53. Nundân Tenau Umzie (Meaning of sub- Culture)
54. Nundân-Tenau Sunga Nundân  Tenau (Sub Cultures Within Sub Cultures)
55. Nundân –Tenau-in  A  Thuhne (The Influence of  Sub- culture)
56. Nundân Hmasawnna (Development of Culture)
57. Nundân Inhanglien Dân (Culture Growth)          
58. Diffusion (Thedar)
59. Invention (Siemsuokna)
60. Hmusuok (Discovery)
61. Nundân Bul (Elements of Culture)
62. Ringna (Beliefs)
63. Hlutna le Kalhmang (Values and  Norms)
64. Sinsiena (Signs)
65. Kalhmang Lo va Nunchang (Non-normative Way of  Behaving)
66. Nundân  le A |henawi (Cultural Systems and sub- systems)
67. Nun  Inthlakthleng (Cultural Change)
68. Nundân Inthleng Nasanhai (Causes of Cultural Changes)
69. Changkangna (Civilization)
70. Hrilfiena (Definition)
71. Nundân le Changkângna Chunghnungna (Distinction Between Culture and Civilisation)
72. Changkangna Hin Hma A Sawn Zinga, Nundan Ruokchu An Nawh (Civilisation   is Always Advancing  But Not Culture)
73. Changkangna Chun Awlsamtakin Nundân le Inpekksawngna A Rasuok Hlak (The Products of Civilisation are  More  Easily Communicated Than Those of Culture)
74. Changkangna Hi Nundân Anglo Takin Sukdanglam  le Sukhmang Um Lovin An Haw Thei (Civilisation is Borrowed  Without  Loss or Change But Not Culture)
75. Nundân Chu Sungril, Changkângna Ruok Chu Puotieng A Nih (Civilisation Is  External But Culture is Internal)
76. Nundân le Changkangna Inringtawnna le Inlaichinna (Interdependence  of  and 
     Interrelationship Between Culture and Civilisation)
77. Conclusion  (Thutlangkawm)

Chapter – III
Sixth Schedule le District Council obul!
(Formation of Sixth Schedule and  District Council)
78. North East India-a Kumpinu Sawrkar Hmadawm Dân (Policy of Colonial Period in North East)
79. Bordoloi Committee  le Constituent Assembly-ah Sixth Schedule Pawm A Nih (Sixth Schedule Was Passed in Bordoloi Committee and Constituent Assembly)
80. Sixth Schedule Tobul (Formation of Sixth Schedule)
81. Sixth Schedule Hnuoiah State Le Territory A Pieng (State and Territory Are Setup under Sixth Schedule)
82.  Mizoramah Regional Council A Pieng Dân (Modality of  Regional Council in Mizoram)
83. India Hmarsaka Sixth Schedule Inthlakthleng  Dan (Changing Model of Sixth Schedule in North East)
84. Hmar Saka Council Thuneinahai (Council’s Power in North East)
85. District Council  Hi Ieng Tita Nei Thei Am? (How District Council is Created)
86. District Council Hi Inhendarna A Ni Lem Am? (Is District Council Disintegrating?)
87. Conclusion (Thutlângkawm)
88. Reference


Khawvel hung changkang peiin mihriem khawsakna khawmin hma a sawn hrat em em a. Chuonglai zing chun mimal le hnam anga ei dam khawsuokna ding khawmin hrietna hau le hmang thiem hi a pawimaw hmasatak chu a nih. Hi Lekhabu a hin a umkim hle.

-LRS Puruolte
August 9, 2015|Rengkai, Churachandpur (Manipur)

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