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About Rabha Language

Belonging to the family of Sino-tibetan languages, Rabha language is mainly spoken in the north-eastern state of Assam in India. Other than Assam, the language is also remotely spoken by the…

About Adi language

Belonging to the Tani branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family, Adi language is also known by the names of Abor and Loba. The language is primarily spoken in the north-eastern state of…

About Tulu Language

Belonging to the family of Dravidian languages in India, Tulu has around 2 million native speakers, primarily residing in the south west parts of the Indian state of Karnataka and also in…

About English Language

The globe’s most widely spoken language, English is fundamentally a West-Germanic language longing to the group of Indo-European languages that saw its first light in medieval England. As on…

About Thadou Language

A common language in the Kukish branch of languages, Thadaou is known by many other names, such as: Thado, Thado-Ubiphei, Thado-Pao, and Thaadou. It belongs to the family of Sino-Tibetan…

About Odia Language

One of the popular Indo-Aryan languages of India, Odia is primarily spoken in the eastern state of Odisha, where it is the official language and makes up to around 80% of the state’s…

About Sema Language

Prominent in the north-eastern part of India, Sema is mainly a Angami-Pochuri language belonging to the family of Sino-Tibetan languages, that is spoken by some communities in north-eastern…