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Tai Khamti (Thai: ??????????, Chao Tai Kam Dtee) (Burmese: ???????????????????, Hkamti Shan) (Shan language: ??? ???????? [tai??]) (Khamti: ??? ?????) or just Khamti, as they are also called, are a subgroup of Tai tribes found in the Hkamti Long District of the State of Kachin and Hkamti District of Sagaing Division of Myanmar.
They can be found in India in the Namsai and Changlang districts of Arunachal Pradesh. Minor figures can be found in Lakhimpur County, Dhemaji County and Munglang Khamti Town in Assam Tinsukia County and possibly in some parts of China. The 2011 Indian People' sensus for Khamtis is 140,310, of which 129,250 are in Arunachal Pradesh and 11,060 in Assam.
In Myanmar, however, the overall populace is put at 200,000 in all. In the Tengapani area, the Tai Khamtis were descendents of immigrants who came from the long Hkamti area, the hilly valleys of Irrawaddy, in the eighteenth cen. Khamti have Southeast Asiatic traits.
Tai-Khamti have their own font for their own languages, known as'Lik Tai', which comes from the Shan (Tai) font of Myanmar. 2 ] Her native is Khamti. It' a Tai-speech, which is related to Thai and Laos. Khamti is organized into categories, each of which has its own class structure in the group.
They' re peace-loving humans. Khamti are sedentary farmers. The Khamti is a southwestern Tai langue which is used in Myanmar and India by the Khamti. It' a Daish langue, especially Kadai, Kam-Tai, Tai, Southwest, Northwest. It seems that the local dialect of Mogoung was developed in Upper Burma. There are three Khamti dialects:
Northern Burma Khamti, Assam Khamti and Sinkaling Khamti. Khamti spokespersons are bi-lingual, mainly in assami and Burmese. Tai Khamtis have their own special characters, called'Lik-Tai'. The Tai Khampti script, which in its original shape is very similar to the northern Shan script of Myanmar, with some of the characters taking different forms.
Khamti men's Khamti gown is a full-sleeved contoured gown (siu pachai) and multicoloured lungie (phanoi). Khamti men usually do tattoos on their corpses. Khamti bind their coat to a large lump sustained by a fa-ho (white turban). Khamti are known for their crafts. Khamti also have fire arms reminiscent of old fire stone muscles and equestrian guns.
Ka Poong Tai" is one of the most important dramatical arts of Tai Khamtis. In contrast to many other types of Khamti dancing, the Khamti dancing is a dancing tragedy that reflects the Khamti Buddhist tradition in an expressive and elegant way. Tai Khamtis have their origins in south-east Asia such as Thailand and Myanmar.
There are many folklore and every single one has a different religion. One of the Tai Khamti dancing dramas: PEACDANCER: Kingnara Kingnari is a celebrity Tai Khamti ball. This is a Buddhistic faith in Mother Earth that represents the graceful and gradual dancing of the mythic half-human and half peacocks that prevailed in the Himalayas.
Cockfighting dance: The Kaa Kong Tou Kai is a favourite of the Tai Khamti tribes of Arunachal Pradesh. Two or four persons wearing a headgear in the shape of a cock's skull, together with drumming (kongpat), cymbal (paiseng) and a gong-sing.
Usually this is a battle between two roosters and is influenced by the old custom of amusing the kings with a cockfight. Stag dance: Following the legend, the October Stag Dances (kaa-toe) (Nuen-Sip-Eit) is a feast of the Lights celebrating the history of the ghosts of humans and beasts who greet Buddha's coming back after his sermon and thanking his mum and other souls.
Demonic dance: Kaa Phi Phai is another celebrity dancing and is danced on important societal and spiritual events. It is about Buddha's achievement of illumination despite the efforts of Mara, kingdom of wicked minds, to interfere with the Lord's profound mediation.
Sangchen is the principal feast of Khamti. In Sangken the real colours of India are at the Sangken festivals, where visitors from all walks of life, regardless of their tribes, casts, cultures, races, etc... One of the major attractions of the event is the spraying of pure waters, a sign of tranquillity and serenity. Exchanging presents is a feature shared by the festivals.