Lepcha people
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The Lepcha or Róng people (Lepcha: Róng ɂágít; "Róng tribe"), also called Róngkup (Lepcha: ᰛᰩᰵ་ᰀᰪᰱ; "children of the Róng"), Mútuncí Róngkup Rumkup (Lepcha: ᰕᰫ་ᰊᰪᰰ་ᰆᰧᰶ ᰛᰩᰵ་ᰀᰪᰱ ᰛᰪᰮ་ᰀᰪᰱ; "beloved children of the Róng and of God"), and Rongpa (Sikkimese: རོང་པ་), are among the indigenous peoples of Sikkim and number between 30,000 and 50,000. Many Lepcha are also found in western and southwestern Bhutan, Tibet, Darjeeling, the Ilam District of eastern Nepal, and in the hills of West Bengal. The Lepcha people are composed of four main distinct communities: the Renjóngmú of Sikkim; the Támsángmú of Kalimpong, Kurseong, and Mirik; the ʔilámmú of Ilam District, Nepal; and the Promú of Samtse and Chukha in southwestern Bhutan.

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Lepcha
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Los lepcha forman un grupo étnico que vive en Sikkim, en Bengala Occidental y Tripura, en la India. Hablan lenguas del Himalaya pertenecientes a la familia tibetano-birmana. Los lepcha son de estirpe mongoloide, viven en el Himalaya, en las vertientes meridionales y orientales del monte Kanchen Junga.
La religión lepcha es conocida como mun. Sus sacerdotes llevan túnicas budistas y observan las reglas de los monjes. Se espera de ellos que protejan a las gentes de las epidemias mediante la comunión con lo sobrenatural y los sacrificios periódicos.


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Lepcha people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Lepcha or Róng people (Lepcha: Róng ɂágít; "Róng tribe"), also called Róngkup (Lepcha: ᰛᰩᰵ་ᰀᰪᰱ; "children of the Róng"), Mútuncí Róngkup Rumkup ...
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Lepcha language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lepcha language, or Róng language (Lepcha: ᰛᰩᰵ་ᰛᰧᰶᰵ; Róng ríng), is a Himalayish language spoken by the Lepcha people in Sikkim and parts of West ...
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Lepcha People, Culture and community - My Tour Ideas
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Lepchas and their Tradition - Sikkim
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Lepchas - Peaceful Societies
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information on lepcha language and culture
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People Group - Lepcha :: Joshua Project
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Sikkim People, Tribes of Sikkim, Lepchas, Bhutias, Nepalis in Sikkim
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The Lepchas of Sikkim
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Lepcha People of Sikkim - Snowline News
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HELEEN PLAISIER. Leiden University. Introduction. The Lepcha people are believed to be the aboriginal inhabitants of. Sikkim. The Lepcha language is spoken ...
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Libros sobre el término Lepcha people
A Grammar Of Lepcha
A Grammar Of Lepcha
Heleen Plaisier, 2007
The Lepcha are known to be excellent weavers and they weave the du dum 'cloth ' for the dumprá themselves. ... In the eighteenth century, the Lepcha people were converted to Buddhism, although indigenous Lepcha shamanism managed to ...
Peoples of the Buddhist World: A Christian Prayer Diary
Peoples of the Buddhist World: A Christian Prayer Diary
Paul Hattaway, 2004
A Christian Prayer Diary Paul Hattaway. J^w Bengal^ £ v*'0\ INDIA Population: 71,500 (2000) 83.800 (2010) 98,300 (2020) Countries: India. Bhutan. Nepal Buddhism: Tibetan Christians: 18,000 Overview of the Lepcha Other Names: Rongkup ...
Lepcha, my vanishing tribe
Lepcha, my vanishing tribe
A. R. Foning, 1987
Autobiographical account of a Lepcha social activist about the sociocultural conditions of the Lepcha people.
Sino-Tibetan Languages
Sino-Tibetan Languages
Randy J. LaPolla, Graham Thurgood, 2013
The Lepcha people call themselves Réng or Rongkup 'children of the Rong', in full Mutunci Rongkup Rumkup 'Children of the Rong and of God', and their language is called Rang—ring. The term 'Lepcha' derives from Nepali Lapce or Lapcé, ...
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