The five Limbu-Rai-Sunwar ancestors come to the hills from "Muktichhetra". (A Hayu ancestor is also mentioned in some tellings.) The Rai ancestor passes through a gate at "Takhrama-Khromalung" by killing the jureli bird that guards it. The Sunwar ancestor sacrifices his own younger brother to pass ...
Story told in Hayu. How malevolent spirits were brought under control by a shaman. (Some parts unclear.)
The narrator is somewhat distracted. The roles appear to be reversed in s5 and s6; s8 is no doubt intended as a correction, since it goes without saying that it is the boy (Rhododendron) who proposes to the girl (Alder). She refuses him. The story usually ends with Alder throwing herself off a cliff ...
Extract from a conversation in Hayu. No one can take away the Hayu goddess.
Speech in Hayu. A party guest complains about the beer served by the linguists and their assistant.