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Topic: Tshangla Lo and Tshangla
It is very unfortunate that we are minority and so is our Tshangla Lo [language]and Tshangla [people]. Our own Tshangla people further divide it by calling themselves by diffrent names. We called ourselves Sharchokpa and Sharchokpa Lo in Bhutan, Pemakoi in Pemakoipa in Southwest Tibet and Monpa in Dirang and Kalaktang in Northeast India. The people who speak Tsangla is called Tshangla and the language they [we] speak is called Tshangla Lo. The Tshangla is known to be the descendent of Lha Tshangpajajin [Lord Brahma]. Therefore, instead of calling us in different nomenclature; we the Tshangla people should henceforth be universally known only and only by Tshangla.

by Pekoe Norbu Tsering Sat Jul 30 13:20:53 UTC 2011

It is not true. We Tshangla people of Pemakoe came originally from Eastern Bhutan. Our aim and objectives of migration to Pemakoe is that the Pemakoe is believed to be a holiest place of Buddhist religion. Most of the holiest place of the Buddhist is situated in Nyechen Pemakoe. Among them one of the holiest places is called Nyechen Dewakota which is presently in Singa Circle, Upper Siang District, Arunachal Pradesh, India. It is believed that it is the Gate Way to Heaven. On discovery of this holiest place [ter jeyden gai], it was isolated place or no man land. So, the discoverer decided to settle some people here in Nyechen Dewakota. So, he went to Bhutan and started hypnotize the youth of that area by singing a song which goes something like this - Nyechen Pemakoe ga lai ma awa zale nyongcha, Fai bangnyi lai ale cha, Solo sing ga rengan khem nyi solo futpe ga cha....On hearing this song, the youth fully hypnotized and decided to migrate to the Holiest place of Nyechen Pemakoe. It is known as Nyechen Dewakota in Mankota village in Singa circle. You may also find this place mentioned in the Nye Yigi which is readily available with the Lamas, Rinpoches etc. It is also said that the Great Gorge and Great Curve of Tsangpo River played very important role during migration. It is said that on reaching the Pemakoe, two groups decided to settle in two different places. One group decided to settle in upstream of the Tsangpo River and another group decided to settle down in the downstream of the river Tsangpo. But because of the Great Curve of the Tsangpo River, later they found settle vice versa as they decided earlier. That is, the group who decided to settle up stream was settled in the downstream and the group who decided to settle down in the downstream was later found settled in upstream of the river Tsangpo. So, I think, there is some communication gap regarding the historical background of our Tsangla people in southwest Tibet. By the way I am also hailing from this place. So, let’s take a oath and make our own identity rather division on the basis of region etc. After all we are Tsangla people and this word Tshangla only can unite us in this world.

by pekoenorbutsering.blogspot Sun Jul 31 08:30:59 UTC 2011

m proud to b a gal of pemakoi

by guest Sun Sep 23 06:09:22 UTC 2012

tsenla thumchen la tashi delek..

by guest Sat Jan 05 11:20:22 UTC 2013

tsenla thumchen la tashi delek..

by guest Sat Jan 05 11:20:22 UTC 2013

tsenla thumchen la tashi delek..

by guest Sat Jan 05 11:20:23 UTC 2013

truthfully written Norbu La Tashi Delek....

by tsering Fri Apr 05 13:53:13 UTC 2013

Why we tsangla making creat problem byself in internet website, i don't think it wil be solve through web, here i request all of our tsangla friends before going to write think it again

by guest Tue Oct 22 21:55:43 UTC 2013

Who says we tsangla r original from bhutan, im not agreed n accepted see guy r very talktip, if like that than i can say tsangla people were decending from sky, so in my openion we should keep pekoe is better, we the pekoepa people are related to Maha Guru Rinpoche Padma Sambava 2nd Budha's followers, here i ve a question for u all, anyone can explain about kham, kongpo ,dergeh n etc? I don't so!

by guest Tue Oct 22 22:17:53 UTC 2013

Attention to all the tsangla who are going to study and researching about pemakoi, i m very appreciate working volunteer but see other side of the world, now a days Red Communist chinese has crossed arunachal pradesh border where the area chaglagam district, i meant we should think about this thing too as we are refugee in india, so our responsibility to keep india peace and save.

by guest Wed Oct 23 21:03:31 UTC 2013

Pemakoipa,khampa,kongpo,are all small division like state in other country but over all v R pure Tibetan...v R frm Tibet...its very impt to one our origin n etc but the most important is that v all R Tibetan n free tibet

by tibetan Thu Nov 07 03:16:35 UTC 2013

Tsangla tosang bha thamchen Tashi Delek, kuzug sangpo gila mo...

by guest Thu Apr 17 09:50:50 UTC 2014
 
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