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2.   ⠝⠻⠈⠍⠝⠇⠻⠨⠻⠞ ⠞⠻⠝ ⠈⠏⠗⠅⠱⠗⠅ ⠗⠃⠏ ⠧⠅⠈⠅⠇⠏⠻⠅⠞⠽⠱ ⠐⠗⠏⠝⠱⠌⠇ ⠚⠱⠽:

2. ⠛⠄⠇, ⠘⠽ ⠛⠄⠇ ⠧⠱ ⠘⠳ ⠛⠄⠇⠲

2.⠚⠱ ⠗⠓⠇ ⠐⠗⠡⠻, ⠚⠱⠽ ⠗⠓⠇ ⠐⠗⠡⠻, ⠚⠱⠳ ⠗⠓⠇ ⠐⠗⠡⠻⠲

2.⠅⠗ ⠛⠄⠇⠱⠓, ⠧⠱ ⠅⠗⠽ ⠛⠄⠇⠱⠓ ⠧⠱ ⠅⠗⠳ ⠛⠄⠇⠱⠓⠲

2.

3.   ⠈⠏⠗⠱⠉⠻⠝ ⠍⠅⠹⠻⠇⠻⠅ ⠈⠝⠓ ⠈⠮⠧⠝⠻⠅ ⠈⠎⠹⠱⠝⠍⠄ ⠇⠻⠨⠇ ⠚⠱⠽ ⠎⠅⠅⠞ ⠐⠗⠡⠻ ⠽⠹⠱ ⠅⠓⠇⠝⠻ ⠧⠱ ⠅⠓⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻⠲

3.

4.   ⠞⠹⠱ ⠞⠞⠽ ⠇⠻⠨⠇ ⠚⠱⠽ ⠚⠞ ⠈⠎⠏⠈⠯⠾⠞⠠ ⠐⠗⠜ ⠞⠹⠱ ⠐⠗⠔ ⠎⠙⠍⠩ ⠔⠈⠉⠉⠱⠗⠼ ⠜⠈⠯⠾ ⠓⠇⠲ ⠽⠹⠱- ⠙⠄⠨⠅⠞, ⠡⠇⠅⠅, ⠃⠉⠂, ⠡⠉⠅ ⠜⠈⠞⠽⠱⠙⠻⠲

4.

5.   ⠍⠅⠹⠻⠇⠻⠅ ⠝⠻⠈⠍⠝⠇⠻⠨⠻⠞ ⠩⠈⠃⠙ ⠳⠓⠻ ⠗⠃⠏⠄ ⠈⠏⠗⠽⠂⠈⠅⠞ ⠓⠇⠽⠞:

5.⠚⠅⠓,⠎⠅⠓,⠜⠳⠓,⠌⠑⠓,⠇⠅⠓ ⠞⠹⠱ ⠙⠅⠓⠲

5.

6.   ⠈⠓⠈⠗⠈⠎⠧ ⠜⠅⠱⠗⠱⠊⠞ ⠩⠈⠃⠙⠍⠄ ⠅⠄ ⠇⠂⠈⠏⠞ ⠅⠗⠃ ⠎⠱⠍⠱⠈⠝⠽⠞⠠ ⠐⠗⠈⠛⠗⠱⠈⠓⠽ ⠹⠻⠅⠲ ⠽⠹⠱- ⠈⠛⠗⠱⠈⠓⠽ ⠙⠄⠨⠻ ⠂⠃⠓, ⠍⠱⠇⠻⠝⠻ ⠛⠄⠇⠻ (⠍⠝⠂⠈⠯⠽ ⠍⠱⠈⠞⠗⠍⠄)

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7.   ⠈⠎⠧⠞⠊⠈⠞⠗ ⠈⠓⠗⠈⠎⠧ ⠧⠱ ⠈⠏⠗⠱⠉⠻⠝ ⠍⠅⠹⠻⠇⠻⠅ ⠔⠈⠙⠮⠗⠼ ⠂⠙⠻⠍⠄ ⠞⠌ ⠽⠹⠱⠧⠞ ⠗⠱⠨⠇ ⠚⠱⠽, ⠅⠻⠊⠞⠂ ⠂⠮⠂⠝⠻⠅ ⠈⠏⠗⠽⠇⠛⠍⠄ ⠧⠅⠅⠈⠇⠏⠻⠅ ⠗⠃⠏⠄⠌ ⠧⠱ ⠇⠻⠨⠇ ⠚⠱⠽⠲ ⠽⠹⠱:- ⠅⠽⠇ ⠧⠱ ⠅⠳⠇, ⠐⠗⠽⠇⠱⠓ ⠧⠱ ⠐⠗⠳⠇⠱⠓, ⠚⠱⠽ ⠧⠱ ⠚⠱⠳ ⠜⠈⠞⠽⠱⠙⠻⠲

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8.   ⠔⠈⠉⠉⠱⠗⠼⠍⠄ ⠙⠃ ⠈⠎⠧⠗⠅ ⠃⠻⠉ ⠚⠄ ⠈⠮⠧⠝⠻ ⠈⠎⠧⠞⠠ ⠂⠃⠻ ⠚⠱⠜⠞ ⠐⠗⠡⠻ ⠞⠅⠗⠱ ⠇⠄⠨⠍⠄ ⠈⠎⠹⠱⠝ ⠧⠅⠅⠈⠇⠏⠻⠅ ⠗⠃⠏⠄⠌ ⠙⠄⠇ ⠚⠱⠽⠲ ⠽⠹⠱- ⠮⠻⠂, ⠐⠗⠐⠻⠅⠂, ⠧⠻⠂⠓, ⠧⠱ ⠮⠻⠽⠱, ⠐⠗⠐⠻⠅⠽⠱, ⠃⠻⠽⠱⠓⠲

8.

9.   ⠎⠱⠝⠂⠝⠱⠎⠻⠅ ⠈⠎⠧⠞⠊⠈⠞⠗ ⠈⠎⠧⠗⠅ ⠈⠎⠹⠱⠝ ⠽⠹⠱⠎⠊⠘⠧ ⠇⠻⠨⠇ ⠚⠱⠽ ⠧⠱ ⠎⠱⠝⠂⠝⠱⠎⠻⠅ ⠈⠎⠧⠗⠲ ⠽⠹⠱:- ⠍⠅⠒⠱, ⠅⠝⠻⠒⠱, ⠅⠻⠗⠞⠝⠻⠒⠱ ⠧⠱ ⠍⠅⠂⠌, ⠅⠝⠻⠂⠌, ⠅⠻⠗⠞⠝⠻⠂⠌⠲

9.

10. ⠅⠱⠗⠅⠅ ⠧⠻⠘⠈⠅⠈⠞⠞⠻⠅ ⠝⠻⠈⠍⠝⠇⠻⠨⠻⠞ ⠗⠃⠏ ⠈⠛⠗⠱⠈⠓⠽:-

10.⠓⠱⠹⠅⠄⠌, ⠓⠱⠹⠎⠌, ⠓⠱⠹⠄⠌, ⠓⠱⠹⠅, ⠓⠱⠹⠍⠄⠲

10.⠍⠄ ⠍⠄ ⠐⠗⠝⠂⠈⠎⠧⠱⠗ ⠎⠈⠗⠧⠹⠱ ⠈⠞⠽⠱⠈⠚⠽ ⠹⠻⠅⠲ ⠧⠅⠅⠈⠇⠏⠻⠅ ⠗⠃⠏ ⠅⠄⠗ ⠗⠱⠨⠇ ⠚⠱ ⠎⠅⠅⠞ ⠐⠗⠡⠻⠲

10.

11. ⠏⠃⠈⠗⠧⠅⠱⠇⠻⠅ ⠈⠅⠗⠻⠽⠱⠏⠙⠅ ⠃⠱⠙ ⠅⠽ ⠧⠱ ⠅⠳ ⠐⠗⠈⠧⠽⠽ ⠧⠅⠅⠈⠇⠏⠻⠅ ⠗⠃⠏⠄⠌ ⠇⠛⠱⠌⠇ ⠚⠱ ⠎⠅⠅⠞ ⠐⠗⠡⠻⠲ ⠽⠹⠱:- ⠙⠄⠨⠻ ⠅⠽ ⠧⠱ ⠙⠄⠨⠻ ⠅⠳⠲

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12. ⠍⠱⠌⠛, ⠘⠱⠌⠛ ⠂⠙⠻⠅ ⠈⠎⠹⠱⠝⠍⠄ ⠍⠱⠬, ⠘⠱⠬ ⠜⠈⠞⠽⠱⠙⠻ ⠇⠻⠨⠇ ⠚⠱⠽⠲

12.

13. ⠐⠗⠈⠗⠈⠙⠮ ⠐⠗⠈⠗⠈⠙⠮ ⠃⠙⠇⠱ ⠐⠗⠝⠂⠎⠱⠗ ⠝⠓⠻ ⠇⠻⠨⠇ ⠚⠱⠽(⠐⠗⠏⠧⠱⠙-⠎⠊⠎⠱⠗ ⠎⠈⠝⠎⠱⠗ ⠝⠓⠻), ⠅⠻⠊⠞⠂ ⠡⠱⠏⠱⠅ ⠎⠂⠧⠻⠮⠱⠈⠗⠹ ⠐⠗⠈⠗⠈⠙⠮ , , ⠞⠹⠱ ⠃⠙⠇⠱ ⠐⠗⠝⠂⠈⠎⠧⠱⠗⠇ ⠇⠻⠨⠇ ⠚⠱ ⠎⠅⠅⠞ ⠐⠗⠡⠻⠲ ⠽⠹⠱:- ⠐⠗⠈⠬⠅, ⠧⠱ ⠐⠗⠊⠅, ⠐⠗⠈⠒⠉⠇ ⠧⠱ ⠐⠗⠊⠉⠇, ⠅⠈⠼⠺ ⠧⠱ ⠅⠊⠺⠲

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14. ⠓⠇⠊⠞ ⠉⠻⠈⠓⠝ ⠝⠻⠽⠍⠞⠠ ⠇⠛⠱⠌⠇ ⠚⠱⠽, ⠅⠻⠊⠞⠂ ⠧⠻⠘⠈⠅⠞⠻⠅ ⠎⠊⠛ ⠐⠗⠅⠱⠗⠱⠊⠞ ⠈⠏⠗⠽⠇⠛ ⠅⠳⠇ ⠚⠱⠽⠲ ⠽⠹⠱:- ⠈⠩⠗⠻⠍⠱⠈⠝, ⠅⠻⠊⠞⠂ ⠈⠩⠗⠻⠍⠱⠝⠅⠲

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15. ⠎⠘ ⠳⠅⠇ ⠅⠱⠗⠅ ⠉⠻⠈⠓⠝ ⠩⠈⠃⠙⠍⠄ ⠎⠾⠱ ⠇⠻⠨⠇ ⠚⠱⠽, ⠓⠾⠱ ⠝⠓⠻, ⠎⠊⠽⠂⠈⠅⠞ ⠧⠻⠘⠈⠅⠞⠻⠅ ⠓⠄⠞⠂ ⠖⠗⠱⠅ ⠇⠻⠨⠇ ⠚⠱⠽, ⠽⠹⠱ ⠣⠗ ⠏⠗⠅⠲

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16. ⠐⠗⠝⠂⠝⠱⠎⠻⠅⠅⠄⠌ ⠉⠈⠝⠈⠙⠗⠃⠻⠈⠝⠙⠂ ⠈⠙⠧⠱⠗⠱ ⠈⠧⠽⠈⠅⠞ ⠅⠽⠇ ⠚⠱⠽⠲ ⠏⠗⠊⠞⠂ ⠍⠂⠈⠙⠗⠼⠅ ⠎⠂⠧⠻⠮⠱⠈⠗⠹ ⠓⠻ ⠎⠍⠱⠝ ⠚⠾⠻⠇ ⠍⠱⠈⠞⠗⠱ ⠏⠗ ⠐⠗⠝⠂⠈⠎⠧⠱⠗⠅ ⠈⠏⠗⠽⠇⠛ ⠉⠈⠝⠈⠙⠗⠃⠻⠈⠝⠙⠂⠅ ⠃⠙⠇⠱ ⠅⠽⠇ ⠚⠱ ⠎⠅⠅⠞ ⠐⠗⠡⠻⠲⠽⠹⠱- ⠓⠻⠌ ⠅⠄⠗ ⠃⠙⠇⠱ ⠓⠻⠊⠲

17. ⠏⠃⠈⠗⠼ ⠧⠻⠗⠱⠍ ⠏⠱⠎⠻⠎⠌ ( ) ⠎⠃⠉⠻⠞ ⠅⠽⠇ ⠚⠱⠽⠲

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18. ⠎⠍⠈⠎⠞ ⠏⠙ ⠎⠾⠱ ⠇⠻⠨⠇ ⠚⠱⠽, ⠧⠱ ⠓⠱⠜⠖⠄⠝⠎⠌ ⠚⠇ड़ , ⠓⠾⠱ ⠝⠓⠻⠲

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19. ⠇⠻⠐⠗ ⠞⠹⠱ ⠙⠻⠐⠗ ⠩⠈⠃⠙⠍⠄ ⠃⠻⠅⠱⠗⠻ () ⠝⠓⠻ ⠇⠛⠱⠌⠇ ⠚⠱⠽⠲

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⠈⠛⠗⠱⠈⠓⠽                                                      ⠐⠗⠈⠛⠗⠱⠈⠓⠽

 

1.       ⠓⠇⠽⠃⠇⠱/⠓⠇⠃⠽⠃⠇⠱/⠓⠇⠍⠽⠃⠇⠱/                          ⠓⠄⠃⠃⠇⠱, ⠓⠄⠍⠃⠇⠱

1.⠓⠇⠽⠃⠱⠅/⠓⠇⠳⠃⠱⠅

2.       /⠂⠁                                            

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3.       ⠇⠄⠝⠄/⠅⠁ ⠇⠄⠝⠄/⠅⠳ ⠇⠄⠝⠄/⠅⠽ ⠇⠄⠝⠄/

3./⠇⠁/⠇⠽/⠇⠳

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4.       ⠛⠄⠇/⠘⠁ ⠛⠄⠇/⠘⠽ ⠛⠄⠇/⠘⠳ ⠛⠄⠇

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5.       ⠅⠗ ⠛⠄⠇⠱⠓/⠅⠗⠁ ⠛⠄⠇⠓/⠅⠗⠳ ⠛⠄⠇⠱⠓/⠅⠗⠽ ⠛⠄⠇⠱⠓

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6.       ⠇⠻⠐⠗/⠙⠻⠐⠗                                             ⠇⠻⠽,⠙⠻⠽,⠇⠻⠐⠗,⠙⠻⠽

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7.       ⠅⠗ ⠃⠇⠱/⠅⠗⠁ ⠃⠇⠱/ ⠅⠗⠽ ⠃⠇⠱                           ⠅⠗⠅ ⠃⠇⠱/ ⠃⠇⠱

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8.       ⠃⠇⠱                                                   ⠧⠇⠱

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9.       ⠂⠈⠬⠇                                                  ⠂⠊⠈⠛⠇

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10.   ⠈⠏⠗⠱⠽⠠                                                   ⠈⠏⠗⠱⠽⠓

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11.   ⠙⠂⠠⠨                                                    ⠙⠂⠨

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12.   ⠉⠇⠻ ⠛⠄⠇                                                 ⠉⠇ ⠛⠄⠇/⠉⠅⠇ ⠛⠄⠇

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13.   ⠙⠄⠇⠨⠻⠈⠝⠓                                                 ⠙⠄⠇⠅⠻⠈⠝⠓, ⠙⠄⠇⠨⠻⠝

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14.   ⠙⠄⠨⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻                                                ⠙⠄⠨⠇⠝⠻/ ⠙⠄⠨⠇⠅⠈⠝⠓

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15.   ⠡⠹⠻⠈⠝⠓/ ⠡⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻                                      ⠡⠹⠻⠝/ ⠡⠇⠅⠝/ ⠡⠇⠝⠻

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16.   ⠉⠇⠅⠞/⠙⠅⠞                                                 ⠉⠇⠞⠻/⠙⠅⠞⠻

17.   ⠳⠨⠝⠇                                                    ⠐⠗⠨⠝⠇

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18.   ⠃⠐⠻⠈⠝⠓⠻                                                     ⠃⠿⠈⠝⠓⠻

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19.   /⠌⠁(⠎⠈⠗⠧⠝⠱⠍)                                           

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20.     (⠎⠊⠽⠇⠚⠅)                                               /⠌⠁

21.   ⠖⠱⠌⠛⠻/⠖⠱⠈⠬⠛⠻                                                 ⠖⠱⠜⠊⠛/⠖⠱⠜⠬

22.   ⠚⠄                                                        ⠚⠄/⠚⠄⠁

23.   ⠝⠱-⠝⠂⠅⠂⠗                                                   ⠝⠱-⠝⠂⠅⠗

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24.   ⠅⠄⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻/⠅⠳⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻/⠅⠽⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻

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25.   ⠞⠨⠝ ⠞⠌                                                     ⠞⠨⠝⠞⠌

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26.   ⠚⠱ ⠗⠓⠇/⠚⠱⠽ ⠗⠓⠇/⠚⠱⠳ ⠗⠓⠇

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27.   ⠝⠻⠅⠇⠽/⠝⠻⠅⠇⠳ ⠇⠱⠛⠇

27. ⠃⠓⠗⠱⠽/⠃⠓⠗⠱⠳ ⠇⠱⠛⠇                                  ⠝⠻⠅⠇/⠃⠓⠗⠅ ⠇⠱⠛⠇

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28.   ⠌⠞⠽/⠚⠞⠽                                      ⠚⠞/⠌⠞/⠚⠞⠳/⠌⠞⠳

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29.   ⠅⠻ ⠖⠃ड़ ⠚⠄                                               ⠅⠻ ⠖⠃ड़ ⠚⠄

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30.   ⠚⠄                                                        ⠚⠄/⠚⠄⠁

31.   ⠅⠃⠙⠻/⠽⠱⠙⠻(⠍⠇⠝ ⠏⠱⠗⠃)                                ⠅⠃⠜⠙/⠽⠱⠜⠙/⠅⠃⠙/⠽⠱⠙

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32.   ⠜⠓⠇/⠌⠓⠇                                   

33.   ⠓⠌⠎⠳/⠓⠌⠎⠽                                                   ⠓⠌⠎

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34.   ⠝⠉ ⠂⠅⠻ ⠙⠎/⠝⠉ ⠅⠻⠊⠧⠱ ⠙⠎/⠝⠉ ⠧⠱ ⠙⠎

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35.   ⠎⠱⠎⠂-⠎⠎⠂⠗                                                   ⠎⠱⠎-⠎⠎⠂⠗

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36.   ⠡⠓/⠎⠱⠞                                                     /⠡⠠/⠎⠱⠞

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37.   ⠅⠻                                          ⠅⠻/⠅⠻⠁(⠙⠻⠈⠗⠣⠻⠅⠱⠗⠱⠈⠝⠞⠍⠄ ⠧⠈⠗⠚⠻⠞)

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38.   ⠚⠃⠱⠃                                                          ⠚⠧⠱⠃

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39.   ⠅⠗⠳⠞⠱⠓/⠅⠗⠽⠞⠱⠓                                                  ⠅⠗⠄⠞⠱⠓

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40.   ⠙⠇⠱⠝ ⠙⠻⠩⠻                                                    ⠙⠇⠱⠝ ⠙⠻⠩

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41.   ⠛⠄⠇⠱⠓                                                           ⠛⠳⠇⠱⠓/⠛⠽⠇⠱⠓

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42.   ⠅⠻⠡⠂ ⠂⠗                                                        ⠅⠻⠡⠂ ⠕⠗

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43.   ⠚⠱⠜⠞ ⠡⠇                                            ⠚⠱⠞⠻ ⠡⠇/⠚⠅⠞ ⠡⠇

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44.   ⠏⠓⠂⠌⠉⠻/⠘⠄⠾⠻ ⠚⠱⠜⠞ ⠡⠇                                  ⠏⠓⠂⠌⠉/⠘⠄⠾ ⠚⠱⠜⠞ ⠡⠇

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45.   ⠚⠃⠱⠝(⠽⠂⠧⠱)/⠚⠧⠱⠝(⠖⠉⠚⠻)

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46.   ⠇⠽/⠇⠳ /⠅⠁

47.   /⠇⠁ ⠅⠽/⠅⠳

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48.   ⠳⠨⠝/⠐⠗⠨⠝⠄                                                    ⠐⠗⠨⠝/⠳⠨⠝⠄

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49.   ⠐⠗⠓⠻⠊⠅⠄⠌                                                            ⠐⠗⠓⠻⠌⠅⠄⠌

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50.   ⠛⠓⠻⠊⠗                                                            ⠛⠓⠻⠌⠗

50.

51.   ⠮⠱⠗ ⠏⠱⠗ ⠅⠄⠝⠱⠜                                     ⠮⠱⠗ ⠏⠱⠗ ⠅⠄⠝⠱⠽/⠅⠄⠝⠱⠳

51.

52.   ⠚⠄⠅⠱⠌                                                         ⠚⠄⠌⠅⠱⠌/⠚⠅⠱⠌

52.

53.   ⠞⠓⠻⠝⠱                                                        ⠞⠄⠓⠻⠝⠱

53.

54.   ⠳⠅⠗                                                         ⠐⠗⠅⠗

54.

55.   ⠃⠓⠻⠝⠔                                                     ⠃⠓⠝⠇⠜

55.

56.   ⠃⠓⠻⠝                                                        ⠃⠓⠻⠝⠻

56.

57.   ⠃⠓⠻⠝⠻-⠃⠓⠻⠝⠇⠜                                                 ⠃⠓⠻⠝-⠃⠓⠝⠔

57.

58.   ⠝⠓⠻/⠝⠅

58.

59.   ⠅⠗⠃⠱/⠅⠗⠃⠱⠽/⠅⠗⠃⠱⠳

59.

60.   /                                                       ⠞⠽/⠞⠳

60.

61.   ⠘⠱⠽                                                         ⠘⠅

61.

62.   ⠘⠱⠌⠽                                                                       

63.   ⠽⠱⠧⠞                                                       ⠚⠱⠧⠞

63.

64.   ⠍⠱⠽                                                         ⠍⠅

64.

65.   ⠙⠄⠈⠝⠓⠻/⠙⠳⠈⠝⠓⠻/⠙⠽⠈⠝⠓⠻                                           ⠙⠈⠝⠓⠻/⠙⠅⠈⠝⠓⠻

65.

66.   / /⠙⠳

⠞⠅⠱ ⠅⠳ ⠞⠅⠱⠽  ⠞⠅⠱⠳

⠏⠅⠗⠄ (on foot) ⠏⠳⠗⠄

⠞⠱⠓⠂⠍⠄  ⠞⠱⠓⠃⠍⠄

⠏⠂⠈⠞⠗⠻⠅

⠃⠚⠱ ⠅⠽/ ⠅⠳

⠃⠝⠝⠱⠽

⠅⠇⠇⠱

⠙⠻⠝⠂⠅⠱ ⠙⠻⠝⠅⠱

⠞⠞⠓⠻⠎⠌

⠛⠗⠃⠌⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻  ⠛⠗⠃⠄⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻

⠃⠱⠇⠂ ⠃⠱⠇⠃

⠉⠄⠈⠝⠓ ⠉⠻⠈⠝⠓(⠐⠗⠩⠂⠈⠙⠮)

⠚⠄         ⠚⠄

⠎⠄/ ⠅⠄     ⠎⠄/⠅⠄

⠳⠨⠂⠝⠅⠱     ⠐⠗⠨⠝⠂⠅⠱

⠘⠂⠍⠻⠓⠱⠗  ⠘⠃⠍⠻⠓⠱⠗

⠎⠂⠛⠗     ⠎⠃⠛⠗

⠴⠺⠓⠱⠅  ⠴⠾⠓⠱⠅

⠡⠃⠃⠻

⠅⠗⠜⠽⠇/ ⠅⠗⠅⠽⠇

⠏⠂⠃⠱⠗⠻       ⠏⠂⠃⠱⠜

⠴⠛ड़-⠴⠱⠌⠾⠻   ⠴⠛ड़-⠴⠱⠌⠾⠻

⠏⠳⠗⠄-⠏⠳⠗⠄     ⠏⠅⠗⠄-⠏⠅⠗⠄

⠨⠄⠇⠳⠃⠱⠅     ⠨⠄⠇⠄⠃⠱⠅

⠨⠄⠇⠱⠳⠃⠱⠅

⠇⠛⠱

⠓⠇⠳-  ⠓⠇

⠃⠂⠴⠇    ⠃⠃⠴⠇

⠃⠃⠴⠇ (⠎⠊⠃⠇⠮⠝ ⠐⠗⠈⠗⠹⠍⠄)

⠽⠅⠓   ⠽⠳⠓

⠞⠱⠞⠻⠇

⠐⠗⠽⠝⠱⠽- ⠐⠗⠽⠝⠱⠜

⠝⠻⠈⠝⠝-  ⠝⠻⠈⠝⠙

⠃⠻⠝⠂   ⠃⠻⠝

⠚⠱⠳  ⠚⠱⠜

⠚⠱⠜(in different sense)-last word of sentence

⠡⠞ ⠏⠗ ⠂⠃⠻ ⠚⠱⠜

⠝⠄

⠨⠄⠇⠱⠳ (play) ⠨⠄⠇⠱⠜

⠩⠻⠅⠱⠜⠞- ⠩⠻⠅⠱⠽⠞

⠿⠏- ⠐⠻⠏

⠏⠐⠻- ⠏⠿

⠅⠝⠻⠳/ ⠅⠝⠻⠽⠄ ⠅⠝⠻⠒⠄

⠗⠱⠅⠎- ⠗⠱⠅⠩

⠓⠇⠳/ ⠓⠇⠽  ⠓⠇⠜

⠐⠗⠔⠗⠙⠱- ⠕⠗⠙⠱

⠃⠂⠴⠄⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻ (different meaning- got understand)

⠃⠂⠴⠳⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻/ ⠃⠂⠴⠽⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻ (understood himself)

⠉⠇⠻- ⠉⠇

⠨⠮⠱⠜- ⠨⠮⠱⠽

⠍⠇⠝ ⠏⠱ड़⠇⠨⠻⠈⠝⠓   ⠍⠇⠝ ⠏⠱⠗⠇⠨⠻⠈⠝⠓

⠅⠅⠅- ⠅⠳⠅- ⠅⠜⠳⠅

⠇⠛

⠚⠗⠄⠝⠱⠜

⠚⠗⠌⠝⠱⠜-  ⠚⠗⠳⠝⠱⠜/⠚⠗⠽⠝⠱⠜

⠓⠇⠜⠞ 

ड़⠃⠄⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻/ ड़⠃⠌⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻

⠉⠻⠨⠅⠞- (to test)⠉⠻⠨⠜⠞

⠅⠗⠜⠽⠇(willing to do)  ⠅⠗⠅⠽⠇

⠚⠄⠅⠗⠱-  ⠚⠅⠗⠱

⠞⠅⠗⠱-  ⠞⠄⠅⠗⠱

⠃⠻⠙⠄⠎⠗ ⠈⠎⠹⠱⠝⠄⠍⠄/ ⠃⠻⠙⠄⠎⠗⠄ ⠈⠎⠹⠱⠝⠍⠄

⠅⠗⠃⠽⠇⠓⠂⠌/ ⠅⠗⠃⠳⠇⠓⠂⠌/⠅⠗⠃⠄⠇⠓⠂⠌

⠓⠱⠗⠻⠅ (⠔⠈⠉⠉⠱⠗⠼ ⠓⠱⠜⠗⠅)

⠌⠚⠝    ⠧⠚⠝

⠂⠮⠄ ⠘⠱⠛/ ⠂⠮-⠘⠱⠛⠄

⠏⠻⠉⠱/ ⠏⠻⠉⠱⠽/⠏⠻⠉⠱⠳

⠝⠒/ ⠝⠄

⠃⠈⠉⠉⠱ ⠝⠒ (⠝⠄) ⠏⠻⠉⠱ ⠚⠱⠽

⠞⠨⠝ ⠝⠄ (⠝⠒) ⠅⠓⠅⠞ ⠐⠗⠡⠻⠲

⠅⠞⠄⠅ ⠛⠇⠾⠄/ ⠅⠞⠱⠅ ⠛⠇⠾⠄

⠅⠍⠱⠜- ⠮⠍⠱⠜  ⠅⠍⠱⠊- ⠮⠍⠱⠊

⠇⠛

⠨⠄⠇⠱⠜ (for playing)

⠡⠹⠻⠈⠝⠓  ⠡⠹⠻⠝

⠓⠇⠜⠞  ⠓⠇⠜

⠈⠅⠽⠇   ⠅⠻⠽⠇

⠅⠄⠩ (hair)

⠅⠄⠎  (court-case)

⠃⠝⠝⠱⠜/ ⠃⠝⠝⠱⠽/ ⠃⠝⠝⠱⠳

⠚⠗⠄⠝⠱⠜

⠅⠂⠗⠎⠻  ⠅⠂⠈⠗⠎⠻

⠉⠗⠉⠱   ⠉⠈⠗⠉⠱

⠅⠈⠗⠍     ⠅⠗⠍

⠫⠂⠃⠱⠃⠽/ ⠫⠂⠍⠱⠃⠽

⠳⠨⠂⠝⠅⠱/ ⠐⠗⠨⠂⠝⠅⠱

⠇⠽ (⠧⠱⠈⠅⠽⠅ ⠐⠗⠞⠻⠍ ⠩⠈⠃⠙)-

⠅⠳⠇⠅   ⠅⠄⠇⠅

⠛⠗⠍⠻    ⠛⠈⠗⠍⠻

⠃⠗⠙⠻      ⠧⠈⠗⠙⠻

⠎⠂⠝⠱ ⠛⠄⠇⠱⠓  ⠎⠂⠝⠱/⠎⠂⠝⠱⠁

⠳⠝⠱⠜-⠛⠄⠝⠱⠜

⠞⠄⠝⠱⠝⠄ ⠣⠄⠗⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻

⠝⠒

⠫⠗⠇   ⠗⠇

⠅⠞⠓⠂-  ⠅⠓⠻⠊

⠔⠍⠗⠻⠛⠗- ⠔⠍⠗⠛⠗

⠘⠗⠻⠛⠗

⠮⠇⠇/⠮⠇⠐⠗⠇ ⠮⠇⠳⠇

⠛⠏/⠛⠈⠏⠏

⠅⠄  ⠅⠄

⠙⠗⠃⠈⠚⠚⠱/ ⠙⠗⠃⠚⠱

⠺⠱⠍

⠮⠗⠻  ⠞⠅

⠣⠃⠗⠻   ⠇⠉⠾⠻

⠹⠇⠗⠃⠄⠅

⠃⠈⠫⠫

⠞⠇⠌/ ⠞⠃⠌

⠞⠇⠌⠓⠻( ⠏⠈⠙⠽⠍⠄ ⠈⠛⠗⠱⠈⠓⠽)

⠞⠇⠌⠓⠻/⠞⠇⠌⠓⠻

⠅⠗⠃⠱⠜⠳   ⠅⠗⠃⠱⠜⠽⠄

⠳⠅⠄⠾⠱

⠅⠗⠻⠞⠹⠻   ⠅⠗⠞⠹⠻

⠏⠓⠂⠌⠉⠻  ⠏⠓⠂⠌⠉

⠗⠱⠨⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻  ⠗⠨⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻

⠇⠛⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻  ⠇⠱⠛⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻

⠎⠂⠝⠻ (⠔⠈⠉⠉⠱⠗⠼ ⠎⠂⠜⠝)

⠐⠗⠡⠻ (⠔⠈⠉⠉⠱⠗⠼ ⠐⠗⠜⠡)

⠳⠇⠹⠻  ⠛⠄⠇⠹⠻

⠃⠻⠞⠌⠝⠄   ⠃⠻⠞⠄⠝⠄

⠅⠗⠃⠌⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻/ ⠅⠗⠄⠇⠨⠻⠈⠝⠓

⠅⠗⠳⠇⠈⠝⠓⠻

⠂⠅⠻   ⠅⠻

⠏⠓⠂⠌⠉⠻ ⠏⠓⠂⠌⠉

⠚⠗⠱⠽/ ⠚⠗⠱⠳  ⠚⠗⠱ (⠂⠛⠻ ⠇⠛⠱)

⠎⠄  ⠎⠄

⠓⠱⠌ ⠍⠄ ⠓⠱⠌   (⠓⠱⠌⠍⠄ ⠓⠱⠌ ⠧⠻⠘⠈⠅⠈⠞⠞⠻⠍⠄ ⠓⠾⠱ ⠅⠳)

⠖⠄⠇ ⠖⠅⠇

⠖⠜⠇(spacious)   ⠖⠅⠇

⠓⠇⠽⠞⠈⠝⠓⠻/ ⠓⠇⠳⠞⠈⠝⠓⠻  ⠓⠄⠞⠈⠝⠓⠻

⠓⠱⠹ ⠍⠾⠻⠂⠽⠃/ ⠓⠱⠹ ⠍⠾⠻⠽⠱⠃⠽

⠖⠄⠅⠱  ⠖⠄⠊⠅⠱

⠙⠄⠨⠱⠳  ⠙⠄⠨⠱

⠙⠄⠨⠱⠽   ⠙⠄⠨⠱

⠎⠈⠞⠞⠗⠻   ⠎⠈⠞⠞⠗

⠎⠱⠓⠄⠃    ⠎⠱⠓⠃

VIDEHA FOR NON RESIDENTS

 

1.VIDEHA MITHILA TIRBHUKTI TIRHUT

 

2.THE COMET- English translation of Gajendra Thakur's Maithili Novel Sahasrabadhani translated by Jyoti.- poem by Jyoti.

 

YEAR 2008-09 FESTIVALS OF MITHILA⠍⠻⠹⠻⠇⠱⠅ ⠏⠱⠃⠝⠻-⠞⠻⠓⠱⠗

Year 2008

ashunyashayan vrat- 19 july ⠐⠗⠩⠃⠈⠝⠽⠩⠽⠝ ⠈⠧⠗⠞ mauna panchmi- 23 july ⠍⠉⠝⠱ ⠏⠊⠉⠍⠻

 

    madhusravani vrat samapt 4 august ⠍⠮⠂⠈⠩⠗⠱⠧⠝⠻ ⠈⠧⠗⠞ ⠎⠍⠱⠈⠏⠞    nag panchmi 6 august ⠝⠱⠛ ⠏⠊⠉⠍⠻

raksha bandhan/ sravani poornima 16 august ⠗⠈⠅⠯⠱ ⠃⠈⠝⠮⠝ ⠈⠩⠗⠱⠧⠝⠻ ⠏⠃⠈⠗⠼⠻⠍⠱    kajli tritiya 19 august ⠅⠚⠇⠻ ⠈⠞⠗⠻⠞⠻⠽⠱

 

    sri krishna janmashtami- 23 august ⠈⠩⠗⠻⠅⠍⠈⠯⠼ ⠚⠈⠝⠍⠱⠈⠯⠾⠍⠻

 

    srikrishnashtami 24 august ⠈⠩⠗⠻⠅⠍⠈⠯⠼⠱⠈⠯⠾⠍⠻

 

 

kushotpatan/ kushi amavasya 30 august ⠅⠂⠩⠇⠈⠞⠏⠱⠾⠝ / ⠅⠂⠩⠻ ⠐⠗⠍⠱⠧⠈⠎⠽⠱   haritalika vrat 2 september ⠓⠗⠻⠞⠱⠇⠻⠅⠱ ⠈⠧⠗⠞

 

    chauth chandra 3 september ⠉⠉⠺ ⠉⠈⠝⠈⠙⠗

 

    Rishi panchmi 4 september ⠪⠯⠻ ⠏⠊⠉⠍⠻

 

 

 karma dharma ekadasi vrat 11 september ⠅⠈⠗⠍⠱ ⠮⠈⠗⠍⠱ ⠳⠅⠱⠙⠩⠻ ⠈⠧⠗⠞    indrapooja arambh 12 september ⠜⠈⠝⠈⠙⠗⠏⠃⠚⠱ ⠂⠗⠈⠍⠘ anant pooja 14 september ⠐⠗⠝⠊⠞ ⠏⠃⠚⠱

 

    agastya ardhdanam 15 september ⠐⠗⠛⠈⠎⠈⠞⠽ ⠐⠗⠈⠗⠮⠙⠱⠝⠍

pitripaksh aarambh 16 september ⠏⠻⠞⠍⠏⠈⠅⠯ ⠂⠗⠈⠍⠘

 

    vishvakarma pooja 17 september ⠧⠻⠈⠩⠧⠅⠈⠗⠍⠱ ⠏⠃⠚⠱  indr visarjan 18 september ⠜⠈⠝⠈⠙⠗ ⠧⠻⠎⠈⠗⠚⠝

 

    srijimootvahan vrat 22 september ⠈⠩⠗⠻ ⠚⠻⠍⠃⠞⠧⠱⠓⠝ ⠈⠧⠗⠞

matrinavmi 23 september ⠍⠱⠞⠍⠝⠧⠍⠻    somaavatee amavasya 29 september ⠎⠇⠍⠱⠧⠞⠻ ⠐⠗⠍⠱⠧⠈⠎⠽⠱

 

    kalashsthaapana 30 september ⠅⠇⠩⠈⠎⠹⠱⠏⠝

 

    vilvabhimantra/ belnauti 5 october ⠧⠻⠈⠇⠧⠱⠘⠻⠍⠊⠈⠞⠗/ ⠃⠄⠇⠝⠉⠞⠻

 

 

patrika pravesh 6 october ⠏⠈⠞⠗⠻⠅⠱ ⠈⠏⠗⠧⠄⠩    mahashtami 7 october ⠍⠓⠱⠈⠯⠾⠍⠻    mahanavmi 8 october ⠍⠓⠱⠝⠧⠍⠻ vijayadasmi 9 october ⠧⠻⠚⠽⠱⠙⠩⠍⠻

kojagra 14 october ⠅⠇⠚⠛⠗⠱   dhanteras 26 october ⠮⠝⠞⠄⠗⠎

 

    deepavali- diyabati-shyamapooj a 28 october ⠙⠻⠽⠱⠃⠱⠞⠻/ ⠈⠩⠽⠱⠍⠱⠏⠃⠚⠱/ ⠙⠻⠽⠱⠃⠱⠞⠻    annakuta-govardhan pooja 29 october ⠐⠗⠈⠝⠝⠅⠃⠾ ⠛⠇⠧⠈⠗⠮⠝ ⠏⠃⠚⠱

 

 

bratridvitiya/ chitragupt pooja 30 october ⠈⠘⠗⠱⠞⠍⠈⠙⠧⠻⠞⠻⠽⠱

 

    khashthi kharna 3 november ⠯⠈⠯⠺⠻ ⠨⠗⠝⠱

 

    chhathi sayankalika arghya 4 navamber ⠡⠺⠻ ⠎⠱⠽⠊⠅⠱⠇⠻⠅ ⠐⠗⠈⠗⠈⠣⠽

 

    samaa pooja arambh- chhathi vratak parana 5 november ⠎⠱⠍⠱ ⠏⠃⠚⠱ ⠂⠗⠈⠍⠘/ ⠡⠺⠻ ⠈⠧⠗⠞⠅ ⠏⠱⠗⠝⠱

 

 

akshaya navmi 7 november ⠐⠗⠈⠅⠯⠽ ⠝⠧⠍⠻

 

    devotthan ekadasi 9 november ⠙⠄⠧⠇⠈⠞⠹⠱⠝ ⠳⠅⠱⠙⠩⠻   vidyapati smriti parv11 november ⠧⠻⠈⠙⠽⠱⠏⠞⠻ ⠈⠎⠍⠍⠞⠻ ⠏⠈⠗⠧ ⠅⠱⠈⠗⠞⠻⠅ ⠮⠧⠇ ⠈⠞⠗⠽⠇⠙⠩⠻    kaartik poornima 13 november ⠅⠱⠈⠗⠞⠻⠅ ⠏⠃⠈⠗⠼⠻⠍⠱

shanmasik ravi vratarambh 30 november ⠯⠱⠼⠍⠱⠎⠻⠅ ⠗⠧⠻ ⠈⠧⠗⠞⠱⠗⠈⠍⠘

 

    navan parvan 4 dec. ⠝⠧⠱⠝ ⠏⠱⠈⠗⠧⠝

 

    vivah panchmi 2 december ⠧⠻⠧⠱⠓ ⠏⠊⠉⠍⠻

 

     

 

Year 2009

makar sankranti 14 january ⠍⠅⠗ ⠎⠊⠈⠅⠗⠱⠊⠞⠻

 

    narak nivaran chaturdasi 24 january ⠝⠗⠅ ⠝⠻⠧⠱⠗⠼ ⠉⠞⠂⠈⠗⠙⠩⠻

 

    mauni amavasya 26 january ⠍⠉⠝⠻ ⠐⠗⠍⠱⠧⠈⠎⠽⠱

 

    sarasvati pooja 31 january ⠎⠗⠈⠎⠧⠞⠻ ⠏⠃⠚⠱

 

 

achla saptmi- 2 february ⠐⠗⠉⠇⠱ ⠎⠈⠏⠞⠍⠻

 

    mahashivratri vrat 23 february ⠍⠓⠱⠩⠻⠧⠗⠱⠈⠞⠗⠻ ⠈⠧⠗⠞    janakpur parikrama 26 february ⠚⠝⠅⠏⠂⠗ ⠏⠗⠻⠈⠅⠗⠍⠱  holika dahan 10 march ⠓⠇⠇⠻⠅⠱ ⠙⠓⠝

holi/ saptadora11 march ⠓⠇⠇⠻ ⠎⠈⠏⠞⠱⠫⠇⠗⠱  varuni yog 24 march ⠧⠱⠗⠂⠼⠻ ⠽⠇⠛  vasant/ navratrarambh 27 march ⠧⠎⠊⠞ ⠝⠧⠗⠱⠈⠞⠗⠱⠗⠈⠍⠘    basant sooryashashthi/ chhathi vrat 1 april ⠃⠎⠊⠞ ⠎⠃⠈⠗⠽⠯⠈⠯⠺⠻/ ⠡⠺⠻ ⠈⠧⠗⠞

 

 

ramnavmi 3 april ⠗⠱⠍⠝⠧⠍⠻

 

    mesh sankranti 14 april ⠍⠄⠯ ⠎⠊⠈⠅⠗⠱⠊⠞⠻   jurisital 15 april ⠚⠃ड़⠻⠩⠻⠞⠇

 

    akshya tritiya 27 april ⠐⠗⠈⠅⠯⠽ ⠞⠍⠞⠻⠽⠱

shanmasik ravivrat samapt 3 may ⠯⠼⠍⠱⠎⠻⠅ ⠗⠧⠻⠈⠧⠗⠞ ⠎⠍⠱⠈⠏⠞

 

     janki navmi 3 may vatsavitri 24 may ⠚⠱⠝⠅⠻ ⠝⠧⠍⠻

 

    gangadashhara 2 june ⠛⠊⠛⠱⠙⠩⠓⠗⠱

    somavati amavasya 22 june ⠎⠇⠍⠧⠞⠻ ⠐⠗⠍⠱⠧⠈⠎⠽⠱

jagannath rath yatra 24 june ⠚⠛⠈⠝⠝⠱⠹ ⠗⠹⠽⠱⠈⠞⠗⠱   saurath sabha arambh 24 june ⠎⠉⠗⠱⠺ ⠎⠘⠱ ⠂⠗⠈⠍⠘

 

 

    saurath sabha samapti 2 july ⠎⠉⠗⠱⠺ ⠎⠘⠱ ⠎⠍⠱⠈⠏⠞⠻  harishayan ekadashi 3 july ⠓⠗⠻⠩⠽⠝ ⠳⠅⠱⠙⠩⠻

aashadhi guru poornima 7 july ⠂⠯⠱⠐⠻⠻ ⠛⠂⠗⠂ ⠏⠃⠈⠗⠼⠻⠍⠱

             

 

VIDEHA MITHILA TIRBHUKTI TIRHUT---

Hussin Shah won Tirhut in A.D. 1466. At Sambhal he arrested Tatar Khan Lodi and sent him to Saran in Tirhut. Saran was a Sirkar of Tirhut.

Contribution of Oinivara Dynasty

 

During  Oinivara Dynasty there was development of Sanskrit learning notable among the scholara being  Jagaddhara, Vidyapati and Vardhamana.

 

Sivasimha and  Lakhima, Padmasimha and queen Visvasa Devi, Chandrasimha and his wife were  friendly with eminent men of letters.

 

Between 1527 A.D. to 1557 A.D., when the New Dynasty was established by Maharaja Mahesia Thakura  centre shifted to Nepal.

 

 

One Kayastha Majumdar ruled for a year A D. 1544 there was no ruler till A D. 1557.

 

 

During Akbar the fort of  Hajipur fell and later Bihar was lost to the rebel Daud Khan. Tirhut was included in the Subah of Bihar.

 

Mahesa Thakura (c. 1557-71 A.D.), Akbar set up a native Hindu family as the ruler of Mithila, he wrote a history of Akbar's reign in Sanskrit. Governor of Bihar, Hajipur and Bengal in those days was Man Singh

It has been pointed out that the actual man to please the Emperor and got the sailed for Mithila Raj was Raghunandana Raya.  His regin started on Ramanavnmi Sake 1478, March 1557 A. D.

 

Chanda Jha writes in the Introductory portion of his Ramayana that Mahesa Thakura ascended the throne in Sake 1478 i.e. 1557 A. D. whereas Mahavaiyakarana Harshanatha Jha has written in his Samakara Dipika 1479 Sake i.e. 1556 A.D. for the same. Mahesa Thakura established himself at Bhaura. Mahesa Thakura had six wives.

 

He was author of  Darpana- A commentary on Jayadeva's commentary called 'Aloka' on Gangesha's celebrated work Tattvachinramani, wrote Aticharanirnaya. Started  the Dhautapariksha.

Gopala Thakura (1571-84 A.D.)- While Maharaja Mahesa Thakura was alive, Gopala Thakura, his second son, assumed the charge of the administration, however, abdicated later on, in favour of his youngest brother. 

In 1585 Raja Todarmal fixed the annual revenue receipt of Tirhut after measurement at Rs. 11,63,020/-¬per annum¬

 

Rajarshi Paramananda Thakura the younger son of Mahesa Thakura a great poet encouraged Sanskrit learning,  Anandavijaya of Ramadasa and Ragatarangini  by Lochana was writeen under his patronage.

 

Shubhankar Thakur wrote Hastamuktavali, a work on Nritya ,changed the capital of the kingdom from Bhairva to Bhaura.

 

Purushottama Thakura (1619-1626 A.D.) suppressed rebellious chiefs of Sugauna. He ruled only for six years because he was treachorously murdered by Mirza. , the Imperial Revenue Collector.

Narayana Thakura (1625-1644 A.D ).

Raja Sundara Thakura alias Pritinatha Thakura, was a patron of art and letters patronised one poet namely, Ramadasa Jha and encouraged the traditions set up by his father.

Mahinatha ,Thakura (1670/1-1692/3 A.D.) faught in a battle with Raja Gajasimha of Sugama ,suppression of a revolt in Moranga by his brother Narapati Thakura.  Mahinatha himself composed a prayer to goddess Kali in Maithili.

Narapati Thakura (1692-1704 A. D.)s wife Urvasi Thakura constructed a temple of Saiva.

 

Raghavasithha (1704-1740 A. D.)  received the Khillat and other honours from the Emperor through Subehdar Mahabat Jang and extended favour to his departed father by undertaking a journey to JagannathaPuri and by utilzing the opportunity to visit the Nawab of Bengal. Alivardi Khan, at Mur¬shidabad, obtained the then proud title of  Raja surname of Simha  for himself.

 

The Bhaura-garhi was turned into an impre¬gnable garrison and the contemporary poet Gopala Kavi eulogises the prowess of the fort of Bhaura in enthusiatic terms ; its invulnerable character, its four gates, its heights, its temples, its brave warriors and its excellent management.

 

 

 Jyoti Jha Chaudhary, Date of Birth: December 30 1978,Place of Birth- Belhvar (Madhubani District), Education: Swami Vivekananda Middle School, Tisco Sakchi Girls High School, Mrs KMPM Inter College, IGNOU, ICWAI (COST ACCOUNTANCY); Residence- LONDON, UK; Father- Sh. Shubhankar Jha, Jamshedpur; Mother- Smt. Sudha Jha- Shivipatti. Jyoti  received editor's choice award from www.poetry.com and her poems were featured in front page of www.poetrysoup.com for some period.She learnt Mithila Painting under Ms. Shveta Jha, Basera Institute, Jamshedpur and Fine Arts from Toolika, Sakchi, Jamshedpur (India). She had been honorary teacher at National Association For Blind, Jamshedpur (India). Her Mithila Paintings have been displayed by Ealing Art Group at Ealing Broadway, London.

English Translation of Gajendra Thakur's Maithili Novel Sahasrabadhani by Smt. Jyoti Jha Chaudhary

 Jyoti Jha Chaudhary, Date of Birth: December 30 1978,Place of Birth- Belhvar (Madhubani District), Education: Swami Vivekananda Middle School, Tisco Sakchi Girls High School, Mrs KMPM Inter College, IGNOU, ICWAI (COST ACCOUNTANCY); Residence- LONDON, UK; Father- Sh. Shubhankar Jha, Jamshedpur; Mother- Smt. Sudha Jha- Shivipatti. Jyoti  received editor's choice award from www.poetry.com and her poems were featured in front page of www.poetrysoup.com for some period.She learnt Mithila Painting under Ms. Shveta Jha, Basera Institute, Jamshedpur and Fine Arts from Toolika, Sakchi, Jamshedpur (India). She had been honorary teacher at National Association For Blind, Jamshedpur (India). Her Mithila Paintings have been displayed by Ealing Art Group at Ealing Broadway, London.

The Dawn Of One Summer Day

Before the birds start chirping

And people will begin rushing

Moments for merely breathing

Not far away from the morning

Tranquilized time of dawn of the day

Diligently waiting for the first sun ray

The sky is yet black and dark grey

Will be brightened without delay

Stars have not gone out of sight

Moon is shining still very bright

But it is not the time of night

The most halcyon time to indite

Cold wind defeating the summer

The dew point is ready to occur

Traffic of the city is at its leisure

Usualy crowded, when days sizzler

 

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