By G.yu lha
Lavrung is a bit studied Qiangic language spoken via a small crew of Tibetans in Rangtang County, Aba Tibetan and Qiang self reliant Prefecture, Sichuan Province, China. This paintings offers the 1st monographic advent to Lavrung Tibetans and their language and tradition, concentrating on using trilingual (Lavrung, chinese language, and Tibetan) figurative speech in villagers' daily discourse. heritage on neighborhood oral traditions, together with folktales, riddles, paintings songs, and mystery healing chants, is usually supplied. A Lavrung-English glossary, fifty-six full-color pictures, and a number of other maps exhibiting the positioning and distribution of Lavrung-speaking groups also are included.
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57• mountain pasture where there was sufficient water and fodder, where they remained until it was time to plow. The mdzo were visited every six months to see if they were still there. Twice every year, Do lo went to the mountain to get the mdzo before returning to the village to plow. Then he took the mdzo to the zən pɑ rɛ Family with whom he shared it. The zən pɑ rɛ Family still lives in Siyuewu today and still tells this story. Do lo's house was very far from theirs – he needed to cross the river and climb up the slope to the other house in order to take the mdzo to them.
Cabbages, turnips, tomatoes, and spinach are cultivated in outdoor gardens in summer and spring and in homemade greenhouses in autumn and winter. Some families cultivated vegetables in homemade greenhouses in recent years but achieved poor results due to unfamiliarity with greenhouse construction techniques, and so no longer do this. Some wealthy families previously owned over twenty 29 mu of land but, in 2000, the government implemented two policies. One was tuigeng huanlin (returning cropland to forest) whereby the government gave three annual grain subsidies of barley, wheat, and rice to farmers who planted sloping fields with trees provided by the government.
I turned and saw a skycolored thing swinging left to right. It seemed alive. It could be held in one cupped hand and was shiny. I had heard my father say we could lose our ji and if we did, we needed to go back to the place where we were frightened, otherwise we would go mad or have hallucinations of ghosts and evil spirits. I picked that shiny thing up and rubbed it on my chest but it spilled everywhere, sticking on my hands and chest. This time it was brighter than before, like the shining stars.
ASIAN HIGHLANDS PERSPECTIVES Volume 13: Warming Your Hands With Moonlight: Lavrung Tibetan Oral Traditions and Culture by G.yu lha