The Image of War ; or, Service on the Chin Hills.
our women-folk with us not live without wo-strangers too must own country."
Before the was built, the was at Old mile west of the polis. The old hung by a frowning | the projecting crags attribute demon The mountain is, there-luma." We, however, of the rocks the demon but we were told it re-
" Man," they say, " can-men ; and so these soon return to their
present village Tashon capital Falam, about a present metro-village is over-rocky mountain, to of which the Chins shapes and forms.
fore, called the " Be-failed to discover in any shapes attributed to them ; quired a good deal of Yu to enable one to see these strange things properlyaand that was probably true. From a ^^aaBHHRl^. cave amid these crags a beautiful
female ^gfi appeared when someone was
to die in the village. At first she appeared but infrequently ; but after a time the beautiful damsel's visits became very frequent, and in alarm the Tashons abandoned the place, and built the fine new village of Falam, since which time they have enjoyed uninterrupted prosperity.
MINLAYDAUNG CHINS.MINLAYDAUNG CHINS.