Sielmat (in full bloom)

Sielmat, a Hmar village nestled in Tuithaphai, India, is perched on a hillock, offering lush greenery and vibrant flower blossoms, especially in the spring season. It’s crucial to note that the correct pronunciation is “Sielmat,” as “Sialmat” is an erroneous variant. The literal meaning of the word, derived from the Hmar dialect, is ‘siel’ for ‘Mithun’ and ‘mat’ for an amalgamation or merger.

Lal veng, Sielmat (Photo Credit: Jr Amo)

Read more: Sielmat-Wikipedia




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