This source contains a rare glimpse into the everyday life of a Lushai man for the year 1912. The diary lasts the duration of that entire year. It revolves mainly around Pu Dara's personal experiences as an early church activist in Lushai Hills. The diary includes some information on notable local figures, such as Rev. D. E. Jones, as well as certain notes on early Christian converts and evangelists.
One bound diary, measuring 105mm x 135mm.
Ink is fading in places and pages at the centre are water damaged, but otherwise generally good condition.View images from this file (151)