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How Meetei Race knew they have their own Scripts since early times, in 20th century
Discovery Of Kangleipak

Wangkhemcha Chingtamlen *



This short discussion may solve many puzzling questions about Kanglei Scripts (alphabets) in this century.

The humble writer's Discovery of Kangleipak (44) has been read by many learned Readers and commented upon, with exemplary feelings. Now this discussion will try to show writer's learned Readers that the present generation of Kangleicha Indigenous people knew, with certainty, that they had scripts since very early times, probably, before any race in the world developed their own writing scripts. To say in another forms of words, the earliest written language of the world may be the Kanglei Meetei Language as evidenced by the puyas of the Meetei Race available at present.

All sincere and nationalistic peoples of Kangleipak knew that all their spoken words (wahei/concepts) are all composed of 18 Scripts (alphabets) upto this day, though distorted/disfigured during the last 300 years of the Hindu period.

Now the writer will show this to the learned Readers:
Lambi (Road) is Lampi originally. Lampi = Lam + pi, Lam meaning lam, the destination place (Lam), pi means pipa (given) by means of the Lampi.

Kaojao, Sanjao: Here the 'jao' syllable means chao (big). Therefore Kaojao = Kao + Achoupa; Sanjao = San +Achoupa. San chajenbi = san chachenpi etc. etc.

From this formula, we know now that Kshetrimayum, Choudhurimayum, Bachaspatimayum, Adhikarimayum, Brajabashimayum, Khura, Shri, Anji, Garivaniwaz, Bhagyachandra, Rajkumar, Sorok, Guru etc etc are not Kanglei Indigenous words.

To know a word in the Meetei /society you encountered now whether it is Indigenous or not, please Examine like this:
Khura
Make the word Khura, replace spelling to all 18 alphabets, that is, Khula. When the spelling of the Khura is changed to all 18 alphabets, that is, Khula does not give any indigenous meaning. So, it is a Hindu word, a non-indigenous word.

Paojel
When the word Paojel changed to Paochel, an all 18 alphabets word, it gives a better indigenous meaning, that is, Paochenpa, Paochel che (Khabar). So, it is an Indigenous word.

There are words of Non-Indigenous origin also easily known as Non-Indigenous origin, for example, Kaka, Mama, Brahman etc etc. From these Linguistic findings, Etymological investigation etc, the Intellectual peoples of Kangleipak knew very well that the 'Roots' of all Indigenous words, that is, Indigenous Language is Rooted in 18 alphabets only, pre-Hindu. These are self-evident facts, but because of the vandalism of Puya Meithapa, problems are created.

The 18 scripts (alphabets) rooted Kanglei Meetei Language, the concomitant resultant fact, that is, the Kanglei Meetei Language should had been written in 18 scripts (alphabets) only, was known since 1st half of 20th century after the discovery of Wakoklon Thilel Salai Amailon Pukok and Wakoklon Heelel Thilel Salai Ama-ilon Pukok Puyas.

After the discovery of these two Puyas, the true Indigenous, Honest intellectuals of Kangleipak do not have slightest doubt that all Lailiks, Puyas, as they are of pre-hindu period days, were written in 18 scripts (alphabets) only, without any Hindu words/concepts.

After these knowledges of the Ancient Kanglei Meetei Scripts by the Nationalist, Indigenous, Honest Intellectuals of Kangleipak, these Indigenous Intellectuals, true sons and daughters of Kangleipak refused to accept 35/36 scripts (with Anji) including the 27 alphabets recommended by the expert committee and accepted by the government.

This is the true position of the Kanglei Meetei Scripts in the Kanglei Society at this moment on 12/02/2013.

If there were not Puya Meithaba in the 18th century CE in Kangleipak (Manipur since 18th century) during the rule of Hindu kings, we may not have any problem relating to Kanglei scripts. Fortunately, for the Kangleicha Meetei Race, we have at least one puya, Wakoklon Heelel Thilel Salai Ama-ilon Pukok, giving us the complete knowledge of ancient Kanglei scripts used by the ancient Kanglei Meetei ancestors since very early civilization of the Human kind. The puya is laboratory tested and accepted by the Nationalists puya Experts.

So far upto this day in 2013, as far as the knowledge of the humble writer goes, there is not any Puya giving complete knowledge of the ancient Kanglei scripts except the above mentioned puya. If anybody on the land has any Puya giving complete knowledge of the ancient Meetei scripts, please put it before the Kanglei peoples to test its freedom from outside manipulations.

As the puya is the only source of the knowledge of the ancient Kanglei Meetei race scripts in 21st century CE after about 300 years of the Puya Meithaba of the Hindu Rule, as a written Evidence of the Kanglei Scripts; every man and woman including organisations claiming some particular scripts are genuine Kanglei scripts, they are under sacred duty to the Meetei race to put their written Evidences in the form of an ancient puyas before the Meetei Race of Kangleipak for public examination.

This is the wish of the people of Kangleipak.


* Wangkhemcha Chingtamlen wrote this article for e-pao.net
The writer can be contacted at chingtamlen(at)gmail(dot)com
This article was posted on July 02, 2013.



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