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About Mising Culture

Du:lod-daglod (Mising life and culture)

Misings live in thatched platform dwellings, the stilted floor, constructed usually with split or flattened bamboo, being raised about four to five feet from the ground on an average. People, who can afford, may use wooden planks also for the floor. The posts, beams and rafters are usually wooden, but poorer people may use bamboo also. Traditionally, such houses have five layers (i.e. structural components) up to the platform from the ground, forming the support
structure for the platform and five layers above the platform, forming the support structure for the roof. The dwelling space, enclosed with walling reeds, is a hall without any partitions inside, only fireplaces and bars, used as cloth-stands, dividing the hall into portions used by different nuclear families (in the case of a joint family) or by different members of a nuclear family. A large joint family living in the same house means a very long house with several fireplaces within. A part of the platform is left open in the front, which is used as a verandah. The platform of the house often has one or more roofed spaces extended toward the side legside (i.e. the side to which the legs are stretched when sleeping), used for the purpose of cleaning utensils, straining rice beer, etc. apart from the two doors, one at the front and the other at the back, there may be one or more doors, usually on the head-side (as opposed to the leg-side, already mentioned), opening to an uncovered platform or platforms, used for drying paddy grains, sitting or lying down in the evenings, etc. Nowadays, one can see changes in housing patterns here and there in Mising villages, some amongst the well-off preferring to live in bungalow-type non-traditional houses. There was a time when large extended families lived jointly under the same roof, but the system is gradually weakening these days.

Final Result Sheet of Mising Language Certificate Examination, 2015.

• MAK has started Mising Language Certificate Course from 5th June, 2015 at 60 centres in Assam. Anybody willing to enrol may contact the nearest BAK i.e. branch of Mising Agom Kébang immediately, All prescribed books for the syllabus of the course are available in the Head office of MAK, Karichuk, Dhemaji and MAK Library at Gogamukh on payment.

• The 22nd Biennial Session of Mising Agom Kébang will be held in the 1st part of January,2016 at Goroimari, Bhimpara of Lakhimpur District, Assam

• The second Gomnu Workshop of MAK (Session 2014-2016) was held in Hotel Brindavan, Sivasagar on 16th, 17th and 18th January 2015

• An official discussion between Mising Agom Kebang and Mising Autonomous Council regarding development of Mising language was held on 29th December 2014 in the office chamber of the Chief Executive Councillor, MAC, Gogamukh of Dhemaji district.

• Glossary Workshop held on 30,31 August'2014 and 1 September'2014 at Hotel Nibedan, Guwahati

• A team of delegate from MAK met VC, DU and GU seperately in the month May'2014 and discussed about the introduction of PG Diploma Course of Mising languange. Bothe the VC's given their positive ascent to the team for introduction of the course.

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