Saturday, September 25, 2010

Unity and Dyanpli

Unity is defined as the state of being undivided or unbroken completeness or totality with nothing wanting. It is the smallest whole numeral representation. It has the quality of being united into one.


Khu ngo and Thut Pi cook Dyanpli in Singapore
Unity can denote a combining of all the parts, elements and individuals into an effective whole. It is applicable to people and objects forming whole notions of any concept.

Dyanpli is always compare with unity in kayan land because they have similarity. Kayan assume Dyanpli as a togetherness. Dyanpli is compose of rice and Meat. The best rice for Dyanpli is rice from hill side. Those rice are sticky and perfect for Dyanpli. It is better than the rice from irrigation farm.

To cook Dyanpli a big cauldron(big pan) is needed. It is place on three stone. Three stones are used as the stands for cauldron. The best firewood are selected to cook Dyanpli. Chopped beefs are boiled first. The chef put rice and mix with meats. Rice must be mixed always to avoid over cook. The ingredient are ginger, pounding chili(ta hai yu i ) and lemon grass(myau hai). The flavor of Dyanpli is unbeatable by any flavor of other kinds of soup. The appearance of Dyanpli is different from soup because there is no liquid. It is only rice and meats.

Without Dyanpli, a feast is incomplete. The taste of Dyanpli has nourished us and the meaning of Dyanpli has inspired us. We are only 402,000 while Myanmar population is 59,000,000. It is only 0.68 percent. But wherever we are, from Kayan Land or foreigner land, we can be with Kayan in any form. Let us stick together and be united. Guard our land , raise our flag and write down our name KAYAN. Show the world that we are strong.

Kayan Dyanpli song


Mai bla

2 comments:

  1. ha ha
    Who post this???
    There will be another cooking for 2010 X'mas Party
    ... Come and join with us..

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