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Assamese language resources



Assamese is spoken on a daily basis in: India

Encyclopedia resources on Assamese
Assamese language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
PhD Thesis, Deccan College, Pune 1992. ^   RCTILS, IIT Guwahati, [5] [ edit ] External links Assamese language edition of Wikipedia The Creative Visionary: Jyoti Prasad Agarwalla (1903-1951) Assamese Language ...

Main Page - Wikipedia
This subdomain is for the creation of a Wikipedia in the Assamese language. If you speak this language and would like to have your own Encyclopedia then you can make it. Go ahead. Begin with transcribing ...

Bengali language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1961, the Government of Assam passed a legislature making the usage of Assamese language compulsary. The legislature resulted in widespread protest across Assam . In one such incident, 11 people were ...

Category:Indo-Aryan languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There are 63 articles in this section of this category. * Indo-Aryan languages A Angika language Assamese language B Bengali grammar Bengali language Bhil languages Bhili language Bhojpuri language Bihari ...

Indo-Aryan languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Magadhan languages (Eastern Zone languages) Assamese-Bengali languages Assamese language Bengali language Bishnupriya language Chakma language Kamrupi language Sylheti language Bihari languages Bhojpuri ...

Bengali script - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It was also used by the later Ahom kings to write the Buranjis , the Ahom chronicles, in the Assamese language. Needless to say, there is a rich legacy of Indian literature written in this script. ...

List of languages by number of native speakers - Wikipedia, the free ...
17 million native (2001 census), perhaps 10–15 million second language? Assamese Indo-European , Indo-Iranian , Indo-Aryan Official in India ( Assam ). Significant communities in Bhutan . 15 million (1997) ...

Indo-Iranian languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...to have been connected with the invention of the chariot . Indo-Aryan languages : Sanskrit Assamese language Bengali language Gujarati language Hindi language Maithili language Marathi language Nepali language ...

List of official languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...to be a separate language, an assertion disputed by most ... Oriya, Punjabi, Assamese, Kashmiri, Sanskrit) Sinhala : Sri Lanka (with Tamil, and with English as a link language) Slovak Slovakia part of Serbia and ...

Assam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1961, the Government of Assam passed a legislature making the usage of Assamese language compulsary. The legislature resulted in widespread protest across Assam. In one such incident, 11 people ...



Academic resources on Assamese
UCLA Language Materials Project - Index Page
Assamese Azerbaijani Baluchi Bambara Bashkir Basque Belarusian Bengali Berber Bhojpuri Bosnian Brahui Bulgarian Buriat Burmese Cantonese Catalan Chechen Cherokee Croatian Czech Danish Dari Dutch Estonian Ewe Finnish Fula ...

Digital Dictionaries of South Asia
...languages of South Asia will be mounted on the web for free and open access. The Dictionaries Assamese Kannada Marathi Molesworth Rajasthani Macalister Baluchi Barker Collett ...

A Guide to the Assamese Hindu wedding
...the Assamese Hindu wedding The Hindu wedding is not just a marriage of two people, but also a merger of their two families.   The wedding extends over days to give the families an opportunity to visit ...

Assamese Authors: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library ...
Assamese Authors: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library of Congress New Delhi Office). The Library of Congress >> Overseas Offices HOME - About the Project - Copyright and Permissions - ...

The Bihu Culture of Assamese People
The Bihu Culture of Assamese People Dr. Girish Baruah Bihu is the most important non-religious festival of the Assamese people. It is observed by all irrespective of class and caste. It ...

Baltimore - Advanced Search
Assamese Athapascan Australian languages Austronesian Avaric Avestan Awadhi Aymara Azerbaijani Aztec Balinese Baltic Baluchi Bambara Bamileke languages Banda Bantu Basa Bashkir Basque Batak Beja ...

UCLA Language Materials Project News Page
Assamese Azerbaijani Baluchi Bambara Bashkir Basque Belarusian Bengali Berber Bhojpuri Bosnian Brahui Bulgarian Buriat Burmese Cantonese Catalan Chechen Cherokee Croatian Czech Danish Dari Dutch Estonian Ewe Finnish Fula ...

Ling Club 2003-2004 (Grad Students)
Ilocano, Diachronic Syntax, Morphology, Assamese, Phonological Variation, Japanese syntax and code-switching, tense lax constraints of vowels. Downing, Christine Hooveler ( ESL/EFL ) Teaches ...

UCLA Language Materials Project Language Profiles Page
Assamese Azerbaijani Baluchi Bambara Bashkir Basque Belarusian Bengali Berber Bhojpuri Bosnian Brahui Bulgarian Buriat Burmese Cantonese Catalan Chechen Cherokee Croatian Czech Danish Dari Dutch Estonian Ewe Finnish Fula ...

International Computing by Language
Assamese Devanagari Georgian Gujarati Gurmukhi (Punjabi) Kannada Malayalam Oriya Punjabi (Gurmukhi) Sinhala Syriac Tamil Telugu Thaana (Divehi) Tibetan Thai Tibetan By Name This is an alphabetical list of all ...



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Government resources on Assamese
Assamese Authors: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library ...
Assamese Authors: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library of Congress New Delhi Office). The Library of Congress >> Overseas Offices HOME - About the Project - Copyright and Permissions - ...

ALA-LC Romanization Tables
Character Sets Used in Romanization Index to Languages Romanization Tables Amharic Arabic Armenian Assamese Azerbaijani Balinese Belorussian Bengali Bulgarian Burmese Chinese Church Slavic Divehi Georgian ...

Indira Goswami -- Assamese Writer: The South Asian Literary Recordings ...
Assamese Writer: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library of Congress New Delhi Office). Indira Goswami, born in 1942 in Assam, is one of the pre-eminent contemporary Assamese writers ...

Sanskrit Authors: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library ...
Assamese - Bengali - English - Gujarati - Hindi - Kannada - Kashmiri Konkani - Marathi - Malayalam - Nepali - Newari - Oriya - Panjabi - Rajasthani Sanskrit - Sindhi - Sinhalese - Tamil - Telugu - Tibetan - Urdu List ...

Hindi Authors: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library of ...
Assamese - Bengali - English - Gujarati - Hindi - Kannada - Kashmiri Konkani - Marathi - Malayalam - Nepali - Newari - Oriya - Panjabi - Rajasthani Sanskrit - Sindhi - Sinhalese - Tamil - Telugu - Tibetan - Urdu List ...

Konkani Authors: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library ...
Assamese - Bengali - English - Gujarati - Hindi - Kannada - Kashmiri Konkani - Marathi - Malayalam - Nepali - Newari - Oriya - Panjabi - Rajasthani Sanskrit - Sindhi - Sinhalese - Tamil - Telugu - Tibetan - Urdu List ...

Nepali Authors: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library ...
Assamese - Bengali - English - Gujarati - Hindi - Kannada - Kashmiri Konkani - Marathi - Malayalam - Nepali - Newari - Oriya - Panjabi - Rajasthani Sanskrit - Sindhi - Sinhalese - Tamil - Telugu - Tibetan - Urdu List ...

Tibetan Authors: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library ...
Assamese - Bengali - English - Gujarati - Hindi - Kannada - Kashmiri Konkani - Marathi - Malayalam - Nepali - Newari - Oriya - Panjabi - Rajasthani Sanskrit - Sindhi - Sinhalese - Tamil - Telugu - Tibetan - Urdu List ...

Urdu Authors: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library of ...
Assamese - Bengali - English - Gujarati - Hindi - Kannada - Kashmiri Konkani - Marathi - Malayalam - Nepali - Newari - Oriya - Panjabi - Rajasthani Sanskrit - Sindhi - Sinhalese - Tamil - Telugu - Tibetan - Urdu List ...

Languages - what we translate to and from. Language Translation.
Assamese Language Azerbaijani Language Baltic Language Baluchi Language Bangla Language Bashkir Language Belarusian Language Belorussian Language Bengali Language Bhojpuri Language Bosnian Language Brazilian ...



".org" resources on Assamese
Assamese language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...located geographically in the middle of the Assamese spoken region, is accepted as the standard Assamese. The Assamese taught in schools and used in newspapers today has evolved and incorporated ...

Assam.org - The Assam Portal
...sponsorship advertisements to support this non-profit site's expenses, AssamNet - The oldest Assamese electronic mailing list in the world Browse Assam and other teas Top News Links Local News : ...

Main Page - Wikipedia
Can't see Assamese correctly? Change your browser's encoding to UNICODE (UTF-8). If you use Windows, download and install Open-Type, UNICODE compliant Bangla fonts . You should also have a modern browser ...

The Assamese Language
Assamese Language and Literature Assamese is the principal language of Assam. Here are a few articles on Assamese language and literatures: An introduction to the Assamese script and fonts for Latex ...

Assamese Alphabets
Assamese Alphabet We are presently working on a Assamese font set that can be used with LaTex. The Assamese script has 41 consonants and 11 vowels. These are similar to the Devnagari script which is ...

ASSAMESE - LoveToKnow Article on ASSAMESE
ASSAMESE hmty to J~engali, with the substitution ot s tor the 1~engali cft, ~ a guttural Is for the Bengali Is or s/i, and a few other dialectic w Langes. Indeed, so close was the resemblance that for ...

The Boneless Tongue of Assamese Proverbs
Boneless Tongue of Assamese Proverbs One of the best sources of information of the conditions prevailing in the country during the days of the Raj has been the books written by British ...

Joshua Project 2000 - Assamese Profile
Joshua Project 2000 - Unreached People Profile Assamese Click here for updated Joshua Project profile. Register your commitment to this people Ministry commitment and activity registrations are now being ...

Assam.org - The Assam Portal
...is like Saudi Arabia? - Re: [Assam] UNGEI: Glorious Hindu Nations! - And how to modernize the Assamese - Re: [Assam] UNGEI: Glorious Hindu Nations! - And how to modernize the Assamese - Re: [Assam] UNGEI ...



Commercial resources on Assamese

Assamese (???????) or xmiya (IPA [?x?mija]) is a language spoken in the state of Assam in northeast India. It is also the official language of Assam. It is spoken in parts of Arunachal Pradesh and other northeast Indian states. Small pockets of Assamese speakers can be found in Bhutan and Bangladesh. Immigrants from Assam have carried the language with them to other parts of the world. The easternmost of Indo-European languages, it is spoken by over 20 million people.

The English word "Assamese" is built on the same principle as "Japanese", "Taiwanese", etc. It is based on the English word "Assam" by which the tract consisting of the Brahmaputra valley is known. But the people themselves call their state xm and their language xmiya.


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