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Part of the resentment on the part of the Rang people, is that they have been in contact with Tibetans historically, and consider Tibetans to be substantially different physically, culturally, and linguistically. 7 This is one of two spellings of the name of this region found in English orthography. The other, Kumaon is preferred by some. My use of Kumaun versus Kumaon is not a political choice. The first encounter I had with the spelling of this region was with “u” rather than “o”. The spelling in Devanagari is with what is usually transliterated as a long, nasalized “u”.
Some Rang claim that the use of Darma surnames is an effort by the Scheduled Caste to confuse outsiders regarding their status. Whether this is an official scheme, it is true that the use of Darma names by non-Rang people confused me at the start of my research. It was, however, a Scheduled Caste friend who alerted me to the relationship between the Rang and the Scheduled Caste and offered sage advice on how best to handle myself within the community. 14 relationship with Tibetans and consider themselves to be nothing like them.
A descriptive grammar of Darma: An endangered Tibeto-Burman language by Christina Marie Willis