8th International Khuttei Dibas 2022

Bishnupriya Manipuri History, Education, International Khuttei Dibas, Social Work

Happy 8th International Khuttei Dibas to All My Bishnupriya Manipuri Brother’s around the World.

We Are Celebrating International Khuttei Dibas on 14th August Every Year, A Dibas Full of Happiness and Togetherness, just like another BM festival. We Should Never Forget Its Our BM Cultural Significance, This Noble Attempt Connects All The BM Community People With a Simple Lining of a Khuttei/Eruphi (Khudei). Thanks Everyone for your Kind Support and Do As It Is. 👏 Happy Khuttei Dibas to All the BM Community.
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#BishnupriyaManipuri
#ImaarLaamPunsiPalok

With My Father
Krishna Sinha

Introducing Youngest Climate Activist : Manipur, India

Achievement, Anita Soina - Author Climate Activist, Climate Activist, Earth Warrior Pankaj Kumar, Education, Global Issue, Government of India, Humanitarian, Krishna Sinha Climate Activist, Licypriya Kangujam, Nature Lover, Social Work, Yamin Climate Activist

One of my Personal Favourite Young Climate Activist from Northeast India Manipur, None other Ms. Licypriya Kangujam. She is A Cute Leisabi with Golden Heart. She is Hailing from my Birthplace Manipur, as I was also Born and raised in Manipur. Anyways Let me Write ✍️ something about her. Licypriya Kangujam Born 3rd July 2009, 12 years old is a Children Climate Environmental Activist from Northeast India Manipur. Hailing from Bashikhong Village, Manipur. Popularly Known for Rising Voice to Combat Climate Change. Her Mother Name – Bidyarani Devi Kangujam, and Father Kanarjit Kangujam (K K Singh). Received Lots of Awards, A.P.J Abdul Kalam Children Award, World Children Peace Prize Same year 2019, Global Child Prodigy Award, Nobel Citizens Awards, 2020. International Women’s Day Awards by Delhi Govt in 2021. Visits Lots of Places like Mongolia, Africa, COP25 Summit urging with the world leaders to act now on Climate Change. She has been campaigning to make lessons in climate change mandatory in school and as per her request the Government of Gujarat has included climate change in School Education. She also work for the nation for the sake of Poor needy people during India Need Oxygen Emergency she delivered a Oxygen Concentrator and also sent 100 oxygen cylinder for the people of Manipur and Bihar as well to save lives by providing oxygen to needy poor people. Inspiration to many youngsters around the Globe 🌍.

Happy Bihu, Bishu, Biju, Cheiraoba.

Achievement, Bishnupriya Manipuri History, Education, Festival, Bishu, Bihu, Global Issue, Humanitarian, Nature Lover, Social Work

Happy Bishu, Happy Bihu, Biju, Happy Cheiraoba to Everyone 🙂
Gelga Bosor Kar Dou Re Homadiya Aaji Bidai Diyar.

Aajitto Nuwa Silkortara Dou Utareu Habbirey Haarou Oya Homa Diyar Baro Aamantran Abhinandan Janeyar.

Haroupa Bishu Logey Cherour Baat Palon Korik Habbiye Tiloya..

Jesade Aami Harpasi Ghoror Babok, Jetha Jethi Gurujon a Mattara Ou Hisabe.

Aaji Dou Homaitey Niyom Khani Aalada aar Ou Niyom Uta Palon koraniyow Lager Buliya Mattara Sukh Shanti Ghore Bojai Thanar Khetre.

  1. Ghorgor Muni Goi Sara Oinno Goi Baat Katkoriya Homadeni Nakorer.
  2. Muni Byokti Ugoi Dola Phool Aagolo Murgot Diya Surya Devo Re Homadiya Hineya Sengoya, Nijor Nuwa Seng Fijet Han Pidiya Grihinigoi ba Bohok goi methel lo radese Utalo Kolar Latol aagot diya 🪔 Homaderga Haan.
    Khali Peth Thani Lager Naa Homadesi Peya.
  3. Homaite Mur Go Nongeya Homadeni Nakorer, baro Dou Etarang nibedhon Korani Je aaji mi Jetalo Parlu Etalo Katkorlu Harow Oya Grohan Korediya Prasad Hani loi Buliya ekin mone.
  4. Homadiya Jitega Daa Haan lo Teen Khaas Diya Jani Lager r Utar Porey Firyau Chani Nakorer.

Haroupar Bishu Habire.
Jai Ema Bishnupriya Manipuri

Pic Credit : Aditya Da Bhai ❤️

Introducing Anuja A Patil : Indian Woman Cricketer

Achievement, Anuja A Patil, Cricketer, India, Social Work, Sports

Anuja Patil is an Indian professional cricketer born on 28 June 1992 in Kolhapur, India.
She is a right-handed batswoman and bowls right-arm off-spin.
She started playing cricket in 2004.
Anuja’s father, who too was a Cricketer, drew her towards the sport.
Anuja used to play tennis ball cricket with her father and uncle.
She is yet to make her debut in ODIs. She made her International T20 cricket debut, India Women vs. England Women on 29 September 2012.
Anuja represented the Indian team in the 2012 and 2016 Women World Cup, organized in Sri Lanka and in India, respectively.
She also played in the Asia Women Cup in 2012 and 2016 in China and Thailand, respectively.
She has played over 30 T20 matches for India, has been a regular T20 national player since 2016.
In October 2018, she was named in India’s squad for the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 tournament in the West Indies.
Anuja feels that captaincy has helped her reduce her short temper and made her empathize with her team mates.
She also believes that captaincy teaches one to think about the team before oneself.
Her admirer Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni, She loves watching movies especially the inspirational ones.
T20 is her favorite format of the game
Both Man and Woman Cricketers wishes Anuja to all the very best for Her future games. Real Note Honestly I don’t Know her about, I came to know after She Does Love React on My Instagram Status. So innocent so Humble 💖. From my Side I Wish Her all the achievement might Touched and Keep Shine 🌅. Best Regards From Krïshñä Sïñhä.

World Water Day is Celebrated on March 22 Globally.

Climate Activist, Global Issue, Krishna Sinha Climate Activist, Nature Lover, Social Work

Every year to highlight the importance of fresh water. The tradition has continued since 1993. According to the United Nations website, more than 2.2 billion people live without the access to safe water.3
0.5% of the earth’s water is available fresh water. If the world’s water supply were only 100 liters (26 gallons), our usable water supply of fresh water would be only about 0.003 liter (one-half teaspoon). In actuality, that amounts to an average of 8.4 million liters (2.2 million gallons) for each person on earth.
World Water Day, on 22 March every year, is about focusing attention on the importance of water. ‘Water and Climate Change’, explores how water and climate change are inextricably linked.
Purified water is usually tap or groundwater which has been treated to remove harmful substances like bacteria, fungi, and parasites. This means that drinking it is pretty much guaranteed to be safe.
The three main sources of water are: Rainwater. Groundwater – This includes water bodies like Wells and Springs. Surface water – This includes different water bodies like Sea, Oceans, Reservoirs, Rivers, Streams, Ponds, Lakes and Tanks.
On the earth’s surface, there are three different forms of water namely solid, liquid and gaseous.
Why Water is very important for body?

Water travels throughout Our body carrying nutrients, oxygen, and wastes to and from your cells and organs. • Water keeps your body cool as part of your body’s temperature regulating system. • Water cushions your joints, and protects your tissues and organs from shock and damage.

ঠিক কারে মাতিয়ারতা। ঠিক উহান কিসাদে অরতা।

Education, Global Issue

আমি নিজে ঠিক অইলে,
পরিবারঔ ঠিক!
পরিবার ঠিক অইলে,
গাঙগর সঠিক!!