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Historical Account about Misgar Valley by Pari Nimo

Description: Transcription of Pari Nimo reciting a historical narrative and poem about the Misgar valley in the Hunza dialect. “Misgar Valley” explains a little bit about who came to Misgar from Baltit. Transcription is done in Burushaski with translations in English.
Date: May 29, 2010
Creator: Munshi, Sadaf
Partner: UNT College of Information

Personal Account of A Crazy Man by Raja Jamsheed Ali Khan

Description: Transcription and free English translation of the recording of Raja Jamsheed Ali Khan, a speaker of Srinagar Burushaski, narrating the story of a crazy man. Among the audiences present during the event is Khan's daughter, Salma. The story is more of a personal account as the narrator has witnessed the events during his lifetime.
Date: 2016
Creator: Munshi, Sadaf
Partner: UNT College of Information

Personal Account of Family History by Raja Sakhawat Ali Khan

Description: Transcription and free English translation of the recording of Raja Sakhawat Ali Khan, a speaker of Srinagar Burushaski, providing a personal account of his family history. He recalls how his ancestors came to Srinagar and settled there. In this account, Sakhawat talks about his fathers, and his brothers and their children, and his own children, and about their occupation, etc. Transcriptions are in Burushaski with translations in English.
Date: July 2003
Creator: Munshi, Sadaf
Partner: UNT College of Information

Poem entitled "Ajo Mathan" by Basharat Shafi

Description: Transcription of Basharat Shafi reciting the poem “Ajo Mathan” (or “very far') in the Yasin dialect. The poem likens being apart to worsening ones behavior, and going home helps repair the soul. Transcription is done in Burushaski with translations in English.
Date: June 8, 2010
Creator: Munshi, Sadaf
Partner: UNT College of Information

Proverbs of Ustaad Qadir by Muneeb Dawar

Description: Transcription and translation of the recording of Muneeb Dawar, a speaker of Hunza Burushaski, talking about proverbs by Ustaad Qadir (or Ustaad Qadiro, sometimes also referred to as "Berich Qadiro", although the term "Berich" is perceived as derogatory by the native speakers. The term "Berish" (Pl. Bericho) was used for the musician class which was socially stigmatized in the past).
Date: 2012
Creator: Munshi, Sadaf
Partner: UNT College of Information

Recipe for Diram Phitti by Ruqayya Bano

Description: Transcription and free English translation of a recording of Ruqayya Bano sharing the recipe for “Diram Phitti”, or sweet bread cake, in the Nagar dialect. In this recipe, grain is germinated, then ground into flour and fermented. This flour is made into dough, and cooked o an iron pan in individual patties.
Date: July 26, 2010
Creator: Munshi, Sadaf
Partner: UNT College of Information