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Community
Dimasa
Category
Oral Traditions
Summary
The above video is a short Dimasa folk story of Asampha, narrated by Nrityojoy Hojai of Kumacherra village (Cachar).
Community
Dimasa
Category
Oral Traditions
Summary
The above video is short Dimasa folk story of Phantao raja and his brothers, narrated by Nrityojoy Hojai of Kumacherra village (Cachar).
Community
Dimasa
Category
Oral Traditions
Summary
Grao-sol are the Dimasa idioms which are being transferred among Dimasa people from generation to generation in the form of oral tradition.
Community
Dimasa
Category
Dance, Oral Traditions
Summary
Baidima is a cultural folk dance organized by the Dimasa Kachari tribe. It's a traditional dance celebrates during the harvesting festival, Busu festival.
Community
Dimasa
Category
Songs, Tools and Instruments, Oral Traditions
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, History, Oral Traditions
Summary
The Gor Ail hillock is a historical significance to the Dimasa Kachari history, as it bears its name, Gor Ail (in Sylheti Bengali ‘Came home’), after the retreat of Dimasa soldiers in the hillock after a battle with Burmese soldiers in the 18th century.
Community
Dimasa
Category
History, Traditional Practices, Oral Traditions
Summary
The Durga temple was built during the reign of the Dimasa King Tamradhvaj, and it is about 600 years old, accord. to the community members of the Hawarma village.It is presently under the care of the Bengali priest in Thakurbari area near Hawarma village.
Community
Dimasa
Category
Oral Traditions
Summary
“Shatraitrai Gonthaitrai” is a children’s quiz game narrating a series of events that starts from the sky and includes questioning every object identified in every answer until the object reaches the royal house.
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, Literature, Oral Traditions
Summary
This is a children’s game called “yeng yeng gulala”, played by using all ten fingers on both hands and repeating the same story in this game.
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, Literature, Oral Traditions
Summary
This game requires atleast 2 players (1 player can also play alone but it becomes more interesting for a child with 2 or more players). 2 suthai are required to strike each other during the game, one is the target and the other is the striker.
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, Literature, Oral Traditions
Summary
Nokhadao naikhaning dainma phaigongne = dishepba
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, Literature, Oral Traditions
Summary
Raja ni goda; Ningbo diphuya, angbo diphuya = jibu