Tata Milton Arani Munasqa Llaqtanmanta Riqsirichiwanchik

Milton Contreras Orellana Arani Quechua Bolivian Quechua CLACS NYU UNIBOL Cochabamba Chimore

Milton Contreras Orellana Collpa Baja-Arani ayllupi, Cochabamba-Boliviapi paqarisqa. Pay Chimoré-Boliviapi, Quichwa Casimiro Huanca Jatun Yachaywasipi, iskay kaq Quichwata yachachichkan. Ñawpaqta organizaciones sociales ñisqakunawan jinallamantataq Sindicato Campesino ñisqawan llamk’asqa. Kay podcastpi tata Milton Arani ayllunmanta willariwanchik, chanta raymikunamanta. Mama Virgen la Bella kasqa juknin raymiqa. Ajinallamantataq runap kawsaynintamanta, mikhunamanta, mama qunqachi t’antamanta, runap llamk’ayninmanta ima jaqay Arani ayllupi imaynachus kasqanmantapis parlarillawanchiktaq. Pay may kusisqa juk ayllumanta kasqanmanta karikun. Chantapis payqa mana maymantachus p’utumusqanchikta qunqananchikta k’amiriwanchikpuni.
Gladys Camacho Riosqa CLACS-NYUpi Maestríamanta juk yachakuq. Pay kay podcasta Boliviapi, 2014 watapi grabarqa, imaptinchus pay karusuyumantapacha Rimasunpaq llamk’achkarpa.

Milton Contreras Orellana nació en la comunidad de Collpa Baja-Arani en Cochabamba-Bolivia. Es docente de Quechua II en la Universidad Indígena Quechua Casimiro Huanca en Chimoré-Bolivia. Anteriormente trabajó con organizaciones sociales y el sindicato campesino en Cochabamba-Bolivia. En este podcast Milton describe su comunidad (Arani), sus fiestas tradicionales la “Virgen la Bella”, sus costumbres, la comida, el pan tradicional “Mama qunqachi” y las actividades que la gente realiza. El se siente orgulloso de pertenecer a su comunidad. Resalta que si uno nace en una comunidad no debe olvidarse de sus orígenes.
Gladys Camacho Rios es una estudiante de maestría en CLACS-NYU. Ella grabó este podcast en Bolivia en 2014 como correspondiente internacional de Rimasun.

Milton Orellana Conteras was bon in Collpa Baja-Arani community in Cochabamba, Bolivia. He is a Quechua II lecturer at Casimiro Huanca Quechua Indigenous University, in Chimoré, Bolivia. Previously, he worked with social organizations and farmers’ unions in Cochabamba, Bolivia. In this podcast, Milton describes his community, the traditional festivals such as the “Virgen la Bella,” local traditions, food like the “Mama qunqachi” traditional bread, and other activities that people perform. He is very proud of being a part of his community. He believes that if someone was born in a community, they should not forget their origins.
Gladys Camacho Rios is an MA student at CLACS-NYU. She recorded this podcast in Bolivia in 2014 as international correspondent of Rimasun.


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