To sum up, ordained nuns distinguish themselves from "ordinary jomos" by vows, appearance, and title, and they are likely to stop singing the Kinnauri vernacular songs that "ordinary jomos" sing.
She found it unimaginable that songs about lamas could disappear; she seemed to think the village jomos would keep singing them.
Unprompted, she began with the social changes affecting nuns in Kinnaur: "There used to be many more jomos. Few girls studied.
Nyima Zangmo lotosh, ajo Changzod Chenmo, Ajo Changzod Chenmo, ga jomo lano.
[To clarify, I use the terms nun and jomo interchangeably.]