Monthly Archives: September 2020

Chadamben’ Sal aro Cholrang

If you can’t make it good, at least make it look good (—Bill Gates) . Nang∙ni janggi tanganiko dingtanganiona ra∙bagipako na∙aba basena gualnabe. Chang∙sao na∙a an∙tangni attitudeko dingtangatahaode, nang∙ni sepango...... Read More

School aro Sea-Jotani Kamrang

Early schooling was a day that started from Watrepara, their home, was one of great excitement. The parents had many misgivings, but the lads were highly elated because of their...... Read More

Timati aro Atching Gitchakni Golpo

Antlion insect always likes to make holes in dry-land dust and is found to have in them, because they can’t make a narrow hole in hard dry-land. She prefers to...... Read More

Na·a Gamchata!

Before others, everyone aspires to be a good person. Thinking about being a good person may be quite simple to say, but who can think and say, “I don’t want...... Read More

First Church on Garo Soil, Vol-2

Arrived at Watrepara carrying a fresh Gospel:Omed and Ramke left Damra after a brief stop, heading for their hometown Watrepara. The villagers were wary of them when they learned of...... Read More

First Church on Garo Soil, Vol-1

The American Baptist Mission Society began its operations in North East India during the 19th century, establishing mission outposts most likely in the Nowgong and Goalpara districts of Assam. But...... Read More

Rong·ma Gitil

Our ancestors referred to Rongma Gitil as “Sindrak Amegol Achura Balnangra,” a place of perpetual wind and dry land. Rongma Gitil, which means “a Fallen Rock,” was not the name...... Read More

Mission-na Aganchakani

Omed W. Momin (1867–1902) and Ramke W. Momin (1867–1891) were recognized by the Garos as the first pioneering missionaries. The early missions of the Church began to spread the Good...... Read More

Monja Masuri─Rajasimla

It was actually “Monja Monsori.” The current village of Rajasimla was known by this name when it was the first Christian settlement to be established on Garo territory. The Bodo...... Read More

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