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The Tripuri (Tipra or Tipperah) people are the original inhabitants of the state of Tripura in North East India. The indigenous Tripuri people comprises the communities of Tipra, Reang, Jamatia, Noatia, Uchoi and others. The Tripuri people have their own culture and cuisine.

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Traditional food items

The Tripuris are non-vegetarian, though there is a minority modern vaishnavite vegetarian following.

The following are the major food items among Tripuris:

  • Chakhwi
  • Mwkhwi
  • Muitru

Tripuri rice

Rice is called Mai in Kokborok. The different varieties of rice used are

  • Maisa
  • Mami
  • Guriya

Mui Borok

The Tripuri people call their traditional cuisine as Mui Borok.

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Chakhwi

See main article Chakhwi.

  • Chakhwi
  • Chakhwtwi kwthwng
  • Chakhwtwi kumun
  • Chatang
  • Champrai

Muitru

See main article Muitru.

  • Auandru
  • Bwtwi
  • Hontali
  • Gudok
  • Khalok
  • Uhmai
  • Pehng
  • Napehng
  • Ik
  • Yokhpra
  • Sokrang
  • Maipolok
  • Yohk
  • Mur
  • Sok
  • Hang
  • Ser
  • Irimbak
  • Mosodeng
  • Kelua
  • Mohsotok
  • Akhata
  • Aloni
  • Ruk
  • Neransi

Mwkhwi

See main article Mwkhwi.

  • Thentrwi mwkhwi
  • Thaiplo mwkhwi
  • Belphui mwkhwi
  • Dorompai mwkhwi
  • Thaihchumu mwkhwi
  • Thaihtwi mwkhwi
  • Jambi mwkhwi
  • Thaihchuk mwkhwtwi
  • Thaihstem mwkhwtwi
  • Daskuiya mwkhwtwi
  • Yasrem mwkhwi

Food items

The major food items of Tripuris are: Non-vegetarian:

Tripuri vegetables

Vegetables grown in the Tripuri households are

  • Thaihchumu
  • Dorompai
  • Momphol
  • Khaklu
  • Chakumura , pumpkin
  • Siping
  • Moso , chillies
  • Phantok , brinjal
  • Belso
  • Lubiya
  • Sobai
  • Orai
  • Khokleng
  • Khama
  • Thah
  • Mogwdam , corn
  • Maising
  • Banta
  • Khundrupui
  • Milokbanta
  • Muiching
  • Haiching
  • Swtwih
  • Wswndwi
  • Gunthu
  • Khumchak
  • Khumjar
  • Khumdaga
  • Khumpui
  • Khumtwisa , etc, etc

See also

References

  • Chahmung Borok (The dishes of the Borok people), Narendra Debbarma, KOHM.

External links


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