There was a song played at our Mendhi ceremony that I love every time I hear it, but I don't really know the words. Can somebody tell me if they know the Bollywood song that sounds like "Gujerare, gujerare, gujerare rare nenaa"?
The operation was called "Chechevitsa" Operation Lentil its first two syllables pointing at its intended targets. The operation is referred to by Chechens often as "Aardakh" the Exodus.
When Supian Kagirovich Mollaev, the leader of the local government in the Chechen-Ingush ASSR, heard about the decision, he burst into tears, but soon pulled himself together and decided to follow orders.
The soldiers even lived for a month inside the homes of the Chechens, who considered them guests. The NKVD troops went systematically from house to house to collect individuals. Some people were deported by mistake even though they were not Chechens or Ingush.
The soldiers would sometimes plunder the empty homes. The soldier who came into the house did not want to bend down.
He raked the hut with a burst from his submachine gun. Blood trickled out from under the bench where a child was hiding. The mother screamed and hurled herself at the soldier. He shot her too. There was not enough rolling stock.
Those left behind were shot. The bodies were covered with earth and sand, carelessly. The shooting had also been careless, and people started wriggling out of the sand like worms. The NKVD men spent the whole night shooting them all over again. Even though their commander ordered the soldiers to shoot the villagers, they fired in the air.
The commander then ordered half of the soldiers to join the villagers and another platoon shot them all. A combined total of 14, freight cars and 1, flat cars were used for this mass forcible transfer from February 23 to March 13, a rate of almost freight cars per day.
However, Russian women married to Chechen or Ingush men were subject to deportation unless they divorced. Many of these animals perished from exhaustion.
The exiles inside endured epidemicswhich lead to deaths from infections or hunger. The transit to Central Asia lasted for almost a month. The weak were suffering from hunger, and those who were stronger would get off the train and buy some food.
Some people died on the way—no-one in our carriage, but in the next carriage I saw them taking out two corpses Our baby sister died that night. My dad was looking for a place to bury her—he found a suitable place, dug the grave and buried her… she must have frozen to death. In Moscowonly two Chechens managed to avoid eviction.
There was no barb wire around their compound, but any Chechen aged 16 or over had to report to the local NKVD officials each month. Those who tried to escape were sent to the gulag. This status of a special settler was supposed to be inherited by the children of the exiles.
Local authorities would act harshly towards them:Here is a collection of traditional recipes from Scotland, ranging from drop scones and tablet to melting moments and whisky toddy. To help you with ingredients which may not be familiar to you, there is also a small dictionary of UK to US cooking terms..
New recipes in this section are added regularly, so bookmark the page and come back for second helpings! Erica Lentil - Slam Poety available for booking open mic night, spoken word performances, Slam Poetry Competitions, Alaska.
Corina Tettinger - Author of Passing the Flame, Creator of the CBS Lentil bead stamp. Rich tasting without being fatty, thick and satisfying, this is the best recipe for Lentil Soup you’ll ever taste! French Lentil Soup with Escarole This lentil soup, with smoky bacon, Le Puy lentils, red wine, and escarole is a hearty bowl that's perfect for a chilly day.
To make the soup vegetarian, omit the bacon, sauté the vegetables in . Spoken at Lentils. 71 likes. Song. SPOKEN is a spoken word poetry night with no limits! Well, there are some, eight minutes to be exact.