pinoy-culture:

Atin Ku Pûng Singsing written in Kulitan, a native Kapampangan script, the most sacred song of the Kapampangan nation. It is a basultû or traditional Kapampangan song in the form of an enigma, where seemingly important messages are encoded in seemingly simple trivial words.

pinoy-culture:

Atin Ku Pûng Singsing written in Kulitan, a native Kapampangan script, the most sacred song of the Kapampangan nation. It is a basultû or traditional Kapampangan song in the form of an enigma, where seemingly important messages are encoded in seemingly simple trivial words.

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