The Tower of Babel (Genesis 11: 1-9)
- A tîr chun, laikulh minung zawzawng tla chu thu munkhat mang hen hawlh khat hen an hawlh.
- Saklei kângah an va kal le, Babulon ramsung Shinar phâi ah an um.
- “Chei! Tual kan rawh lai,” an ti. Churawhchun tual rawh mi leh a senghnâk an nei rawh.
- “Tuah khuapi siam sele, vân tawngh khet hen insâng kan sak lai, kan min thangnâk ding leh tual tlûnah kanna rek ver lonâk ding hen,” an ti.
- LALPA chu an khuapi siam leh insâng an sak mi zauh ding hen a hawng ṭum le,
- “Hi minung tla hi tuah anna khat hen hawlh pakhat hen an hawlh; hi hi thilti ding an tum mi an dawmh mi chu asi ko rawh. Sâwtlotê ah an duh mi zawng an ti kho ko lai!
- Kan va ṭum lai le, anna pêm lonâk ding hen an hawlh tla kan chawmh piak na lai,” a ti.
- Churawhchun LALPA nih tual ah mun kipah a rek na le, khuapi an siam mi chu an bângtâk rawh.
- Chu khuapi chu Babel (Babulon) an ti. Chunah chun LALPA nih an hawlh tla a dang piak na hen, chu thawk ber chun tual tlûn mun kipah a rek na ruangah.
Source: Bawm Common Language Bible Version. Bangladesh Bible Society, 2006.
Bawm is a Tibeto-Burman language spoken mainly in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of southeastern Bangaldesh, and also in neighbouring parts of India and Burma / Myanmar. It is also known as Bawm Chin or Banjogi.
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