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    Rohingya Music & Song

    22nd August 2012 // 0 Comments

    By  M Rafique Music and song reflect lives of people the way they think, feel, express and the way they are. Likewise, the lives of Rohingyas are influenced with one of the ⓡⓔⓐⓓ ⓜⓞⓡⓔ
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    Rohingya Food

    26th August 2012 // 0 Comments

    Rice is the staple food grain of Rohingyas. The diet of Rohingyas is simple with rice, fish, vegetables, milk and chillies; meat is taken occasionally. The majority of ⓡⓔⓐⓓ ⓜⓞⓡⓔ
  • Rohingya-Ireland
    By Eliyas Carlow, Ireland: An exhibition program was organized on 25th May 2010 by Vocational Education Committee (VEC) in Dublin for the all refugees resettled from ⓡⓔⓐⓓ ⓜⓞⓡⓔ
  • Traditional wrestling festival at Kyaukpannu village. The wrestling, in which Rohingya men and children took part, was preceded by more music and dancing. Picture: Thin Lei Win, taken on June 6

    Rohingya Sports

    27th August 2012 // 0 Comments

    Sports & Games: Kéla literally means sport or game in Rohingya language, and there are many indigenous Kéla which are held based on seasons, genders and ages. Many are ⓡⓔⓐⓓ ⓜⓞⓡⓔ
  • Rohingya community showing their traditional clothing in Ireland Photo: The Stateless

    Rohingya Clothing

    9th September 2012 // 0 Comments

    By M Rafique Rohingyas traditionally follow the Indo-Burmese dresses which date back to the origin of Rohingya hundreds of years ago. Normally, Rohingyas dresses are ⓡⓔⓐⓓ ⓜⓞⓡⓔ

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