Añára ré Arakan e dhaker guzori guzori – Arakan crying for us

Añára ré Arakan e Dhaker Guzori Guzori Añárare Arakan e dhaker guzori guzori, toiyar ó toratori, ar no goijjó deri. Arakan añára ré dhaker guzori guzori, toiyar ó toratori, ar no goijjó deri, ar no goijjó deri. Arakan e Ruáingár nam loi hañder, bilak dóri dóri, Toiyar ó toratori, ar no goijjó deri, ar no goijjó deri, […]

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Duwá Ruhángyar hotá (Languages of two Rohingya P9)

Maungdawya & Kyauktawya Aññí hái = Muy khóng Aññí háir = Muy khön   (ö=óó) Aññí háiyi = Muy khéyyong Aññí hái félaiyi = Muy khéy bíllong Aññí háiyoum = Muy khéim Aññí hái félaiyoum = Muy khéy bilím Tuñí hóo = Tuáñ khóu Tuñí hóor = Tuáñ khöur Tuñí háiyo = Tuáñ khéy to […]

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The institutional British colonial view on the Buddhist Arakanese

The institutional British colonial view on the Buddhist Arakanese By Aman Ullah In 1825, Mr. Paton, the British official who was the Controller of the Civil Affairs in Arakan, prepared an official report in which he mentioned that the total population of Arakan did not exceed 100,000 of which 60,000 were Maghs (Buddhists Arakanese), Muslims […]

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Recall Rohingya Politic Cycle by Harvard

Source: https://rlp.hds.harvard.edu/faq/rohingya                   The Rohingya The Rohingya is a Sunni Muslim ethnic minority in Myanmar and Bangladesh. Roughly 800,000 to a million of the world’s 3.5 million Rohingya live in Myanmar, where they currently face severe institutionalized discrimination and violence in what is framed as a religious conflict […]

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Rit – Weather

Baró Maiccá Rit <<<<<<©>>>>>> by #Rohang lay Januari cít fúñaijja sára bezar, Februari bári bári kúwar, Maarec ot baár fíri boiyar, Ipril aiyé bodolar, Faik é gaár súr or gan, Meer fúlor taarif cán, Jun ot beil dúb din gán lamba, Julair gorom fúwai éri, Asman ot urer tuán ór myúla, Zuñwal nahol kuñçá kuñçá, […]

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