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Lahu

 

a people living in southern China, in the province of Yünnan, as well as in the northern regions of Thailand and Burma. Total population, 200,000 (1967, estimate). The language of the Lahu is related to the Lo (Yi) languages of the Tibeto-Burman group. The majority of Lahu people maintain their ancient animistic beliefs; a small number are Christians. Their main occupations are agriculture (rice, corn, vegetables) and hunting.

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At one Lahu village, where the villagers were owner-operators of coffee, fern, and vegetable plantations, my informant confirmed that involvement with the Royal Project had been a positive source of development in that particular village, although there were many other villages where such projects had started off well before deteriorating due to mismanagement or conflict.
Transliteration: Yooliju allayla fee annahariwayooliju annahara fee allayli wasakhkhara ashshamsawalqamara kullun yajree li-ajalin musamman thalikumuAllahu rabbukum lahu almulku wallatheenatadAAoona min doonihi ma yamlikoona min qitmeer
Like his last film Guzrish , Bhansali has composed the songs of this film too, with his regular choice Shail Hada providing the vocals for ' Lahu Muh Lag Gaya'.
Quraish Shihab's interpretation is more powerful than al-Tabari, because illa bi dalil yajib al-taslim lahu (unless there is other reasoning that permit it) factor.
Verb concatenation in Lahu: The syntax and semantics of 'simple' juxtaposition in Lahu.
Nala and her sisters-The marriage dilemma for the Lahu ethnic groups in Yunnan, South Wind Window, 22(3): 66-68.
6- Ida quri'a al- Qur' an fa stami u lahu wa ansitu la allakum turhamun.
In addition, Anthony carried out fieldwork in northern Thailand and Yunnan and, among fellow anthropologists, is best known for his meticulous ethnography of the ritual life of the Lahu, a Tibeto-Burman-speaking people of the mountainous borderlands of mainland Southeast Asia and southwestern China.
A Tibeto-Burman speaking group originally distributed along the Sino-Tibetan border, the Lisu migrated from China via northern Burma starting about 110 years ago, coming into Thailand, as did the Hmong, Lahu, Akha and Mien, as migratory swiddeners who grew food crops and opium as a cash crop.
The school intends to maintain a link with the Ban Huaymaung School to try to make a real difference to the quality of life of the Lahu children, perhaps even supporting some students through university in Chiang Mai, said Mr Martin.
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