Mizoram – Was it on India?

August 18th, 2014 2:21 pm by Vanlalruata Hnamte

Kum 1909 a British ho in a Religious Map an siam zul zui a an lo dah hi en ve chhin ula, Mizoram (Lushai Hills) hi India ram a chhiar a lo ni reng em ni?

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6 Responses to “Mizoram – Was it on India?”

  1. 1
    Atom c Says:

    Hmmm.. hei chu hmanlai thil a ni. British Hunlai TO India Independence TO Mizoram Zalenna Sual TO Tun Hun. Engkim a danglam vek tawh ang.

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    Borat Says:

    Nia. 1909 chuan India pawh ram khat ani hlei nem. British Empire ram zau leh zim, inzawm vek ran lo a awm nuaih a, chung zingah chuan Assam tel a, Assam chhim lamah Lushai Hills a tel ve leng leng. Chhim lam phei chu tuna Bangladesh lam atanga enkawl (govern) lai ani hial maithei.

    Tuna Mizoram nita hi 1890 vel lai atang khan Bitish Empire a tel ngat ani. Chu vang chuan ania 1947 khan India rama a tel nghal. A hnu lamah “princely states” e.g. Hyderabad, Kashmir, Sikkim leh French colony (Pondicheery, Mahe) te Portuguese colony (Goa, Daman, Diu) an tel ve chauh.

    Tichuan Vanlalruata Hnamte zawhna: “Mizoram-Was it in India?” tih chhanna chu “Yes, it was very much in India” (in 1090)

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    H.Vangchhia Says:

    Hetiangte hi a chhiar tlak nek a nia.
    “At Independence, the promises made by the British in conjunction with their own elite were not honoured. The Zo were regaled to the margins of new nation-states. Over time, other Zo elite emerged intent on reclaiming their pasts as well as their dignities. But, most Zo had forgotten their pasts. Thus they adopted the pasts furnished to them by the British colonials in the early days—existences first provided by the informants of the plains. They added and subtracted from these pasts as they redefined themselves. They created new truths and again, the Zo were subjected to the Sleeper Effect. The words of early Zo elite eventually became fact. The Zo had to create an appropriate and feasible history that incorporated the civilizing of nearly two centuries.”


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    H.Vangchhia Says:

    “Mizoram- Was it in India?”

    According to… chhiar rawh u lem :) hairehai

    “Indians had absolutely no part to play in the administration of the northeastern hill tribal areas. A few Bengali clerks, junior engineers, and doctors whom the British found necessary in the beginning were gradually phased out and replaced by the newly educated tribals. No Indian member of the Indian Civil Service was ever posted to any hill tribal district.12 While the Lushai Hills, the Naga Hills and the Frontier Tracts on the Tibet border (now Arunachal Pradesh), were ‘excluded’ from the rest of the country by a succession of administrative orders and enactments, Khasi and Jaintia Hills, Garo Hills, Mikir Hills and North Cachar Hills fell in the category of “partially excluded” areas. First, the people living in the settled districts of Bengal and Assam were prohibited from entering these hills by the introduction of Inner Line System under the East Bengal Frontier Regulation, 1873.13 This was followed by removal of all outsiders not required by the British in the hills or considered undesirable under the Chin Hills Regulation of 1896. Then the operation of most of the general laws of the country was made inapplicable in these hills by an order under the Assam Frontier Tracts Regulation, 1880. The Government of India Acts of 1915 and 1919 termed these areas as “backward” and excluded them politically from the purview of the new provincial legislature and the High Court. Finally, the Government of India Act of 1935 created a totally new political status for these areas by excluding them fully from the federal and provincial legislatures as well as the jurisdiction of the High Court.”


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    chhana Says:

    Comment first khi ka thlawp.

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    Sihtea Says:

    He map a a lan dan nga hi India ram ah kan ngai a nih te chuan, Chin Hills pawh a lang tel si a.
    India ram kan ti ve mai dawn em ni ang???

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