Yasmin K’illpa Raymimanta Parlariwanchik

Yasmin Calizaya Quispe Bolivian Quechua Tupiza Sucre Rimasun CLACS AT NYU Bolivia Yasmin G. Calizaya Quispe 28 watayuq, pay Tupiza jap’iymanta Sucre-Bolivia suyumanta kachkan. Kay podcaspi K’illpa raymimanta parlariwanchik. Kay raymiqa sapa iskay wata jatunpi raymichakun. Chanta kay raymiqa chiri mit’allapi raymichakun imaraykuchus kay pachapi Apus, wak’as uywakunamanta yurarikusqankurayku. Kay raymiqa phichqa p’unchaw junt’ata raymichakun. Yasmin ñiwanchik kay raymichayqa may allin kasqanta, mana raymichakusqanraykullachu mana chayqa takiykuna, aqha, mikhuna may allin kaq kasqa. K’alaparita mikhuq kasqanku, kay mikhunaqa lluch’usqa sarayuq, llama aychayuq, pupusayuq, chachakumayuq, uchuyuq chanta lluphi rumiyuq ima. Yasminqa wawa kachkaspa kay raymikunaman riyta yachaq kasqa. Chanta pay kutiyta munanman kay k’acha raymiman.
Gladys Camacho Riosqa CLACS-NYUpi Maestríamanta juk yachakuq. Pay kay podcasta Boliviapi, 2014 watapi grabarqa, imaptinchus pay karusuyumantapacha Rimasunpaq llamk’achkarpa.

Yasmin G. Calizaya Quispe tiene 28 años es de Tupiza. Actualmente vive en Sucre-Bolivia. En este podcast, nos habla de la fiesta “K’illpa” la más festejada cada dos años en Tupiza. Esta fiesta se festeja durante el invierno ya que se cree que en estas épocas los Apus (Dioses) Wak’as (Lugares sagrados) se recuerdan de los animales. Esta fiesta se celebra durante 5 días. Yasmin nos dice que esta festividad es muy agradable no solo las costumbres tradicionales sino también la música, la bebida y la comida (K’alapari) plato tradicional preparado con mote pelado, carne de llama, pupusa, chachacoma, ají y piedras volcánicas. Ella participaba de estas fiestas cuando era niña y le encantaría volver a su comunidad para participar de esta fiesta.
Gladys Camacho Rios es una estudiante de maestría en CLACS-NYU. Ella grabó este podcast en Bolivia en 2014 como correspondiente internacional de Rimasun.

Yasmin G. Calizaya Quispe is 28 years old. She is from Tupiza, Bolivia, and she currently lives in Sucre, Bolivia. In this podcast, she tells us about the “K’illpa,” a festivity celebrated every two years in her town. This festivity is celebrated during the winter because people believe that Apus (Gods) and Wak’as (sacred spirits) call out to the animals during this time. This festival is celebrated throughout five days. Yasmin tells us that this festival is very pleasant not only because of the traditional customs but also because of the music, drink and food consumed throughout the festival, for example the “K’alapari” a traditional dish prepared with peeled cooked corn, llama meat, pupusa, chachacoma, chili and volcanic rocks. When she was a child, Yasmin would participate in these festivities. She hopes to return to her community one day to participate once again in these festivities.
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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