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The Drumming Dance [likha]

Description: Daniel Tholung Collection: All the dancers are requested to join the dance and they perform the Yaagkaa Kardaam, the drumming dance in the Charangching Khullen village.
Date: January 2, 2004
Creator: Tholung, Daniel
Partner: UNT College of Information

Beshot Khullar and Rex Khullar discuss the hospital in Chandel and about preparing for the Totlaam Kam festival

Description: Beshot Khullar and Rex Khullar discusses the hospital in Chandel and about preparing for the Totlaam Kam festival. There are three tracks under this title. The first is the voice of Harimohon Thounaojam encouraging the speakers to pick a topic of conversation. The back and forth is clearly produced for the sake of the recorder and often resembles an interview rather than conversation.
Date: May 2008
Creator: Chelliah, Shobhana Lakshmi
Partner: UNT College of Information

A story about the bad woman and good woman [Skinyernu and Penpenjur] as told by Sankhil Thampol Khularnu.

Description: Daniel Tholung Collection: A story about the bad woman and good woman [Skinyernu and Penpenjur] as told by Sankhil Thampol Khularnu. In this story, a lady who was very good and industrious, Penpenjur, was killed by a bad woman, Skinyernu. Later Skinyernu played the role of the wife of Penpenjur, whom she had killed. However, the first wife, Penpenjur, was reborn to fight with the bad woman. The good woman won the fight but the good woman killed again with the poison from the banana leaf that was used to wrap a food pack, a banana that grew out of the bad woman. In the end of the story, the husband and wife met in the land of the death but as they were to go to their final destiny the man laughed and this caused them to be separated. In order to get around being separated, they grew as two separate but joined at the upper branches, like a tree and climber.
Date: 2000
Creator: Daniel Tholung
Partner: UNT College of Information

The story of Big Frog [Uitokpa Paomin] as told by Sankhil Thamnung Tholungnu

Description: Dainel Tholung Collection: The story of Big Frog [Uitokpa Paomin] as told by Sankhil Thamnung Tholungnu. In this story, a frog was cursed and pinched by everyone and so he looks as he does today. On the other hand, Useen, the second character, was blessed by the people for a clever decision she made.
Date: unknown
Creator: Daniel Tholung
Partner: UNT College of Information

The Story of When there is No Graveyard [wangchen paomin] as told by Sankhil Thamnung Tholungnu

Description: Daniel Tholung COllection: The Story of When there is No Graveyard [wangchen paomin] as told by Sankhil Thamnung Tholungnu. In this story a woman who marries and lives in a village that has no graveyard. She ends up marrying into this village and here they eat a person when they die.
Date: 2000
Creator: Sankhil Thamnung Tholungnu
Partner: UNT College of Information

Sumphai leh Rangleng as told by Sankhil Thampol Khularnu, Part 1

Description: Daniel Tholung Collection: Sumphai leh Rangleng as told by Sankhil Thampol Khularnu, Part 1. Sumphai was a hardworking sister of Rangleng but she was despised by the lazy wife of Rangleng who nagged her husband into selling her off so that they could be alone. As the husband went to sell Sumphai, while they spent the night in a riverbank, the sister Sumphai had a dream in which their mother appeared. The mother was talking to the brother and asking him what on earth he was doing. The mother told him not sell his sister but to go back home. When Sumphai recalled her dream to her brother he even more furious and took a strong stand to sell her off.
Date: August 18, 2000
Creator: Daniel Tholung
Partner: UNT College of Information

Sumphai and Rangleng, Part 2 as told by Sankhil Thampol Khularnu

Description: Daniel Tholung Collection: This is one additional episode of the story of Sumphai and Rangleng as told by Sankhil Thampol Khularnu. Many years after Sumphai was sold away, the brother celebrated a Merit Feastival called Totlang Kam (sometimes spelled Tortlang Kam). He wanted her to visit so to get her to the feast he sent messengers to invite her. He told them to tell her that her he, her brother, had died and that she was called to the funeral. So, she does come to the place where the celebration was happening but she was expecting a funeral. When she approached, nearing the village, bringing the best wine and goat, to what she thought was the funeral, she heard drum beats. When she listened carefully they didn't sound like the beats from ceremony drum for the dead. And when she tried to dance the way of the death, she couldn’t make those steps happen. But when she danced the steps of merriment she could do it. So, she realized that her brother was not dead but that he was celebrating the Totlang Kam.
Date: August 18, 2000
Creator: Daniel Tholung
Partner: UNT College of Information