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The Languages of Meghalaya

Author : Esther Syiem

Editor: Esther Syiem

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PLSI In News & Media

Times Of India Part 2 [25-May-2016]

Times of India

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Non-Scheduled Languages


The Non-Scheduled Languages of India can be viewed on this page.

Currently we have put up entries from Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh. Entries from more states will be uploaded very soon.

 
 
 

Rabha

State - West Bengal
Area spoken in - Mostly used in Goalpara, Dhubri, Kokrajhar of Asam, Meghalay. In West Bengal Rabhas live in the districts of Jalpaiguri and Coochbehar.

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Rai

State : Sikkim

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Rajbanshi

State - West Bengal
Area spoken in - Mostly spoken in Nepal,Kisanganj, Purnia of Bihar, some areas of asam, West Bengal and Bangladesh.

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Raji

State - Uttarakhand

Area spoken in - Raji is spoken by the Raji scheduled tribe residing in a few remote villages of Pithoragarh and Champavat districts. According to the 2001census, the number of Raji speakers has dw

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Rajputi

State - Madhya Pradesh
Area spoken - Bhind, Mehgaon, Laharkhand

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Ralte

State : Mizoram

Area Spoken In : Aizawl District, scattered in Lunglei and Chhimtuipui districts in Mizoram along with a few speakers scattered in Manipur and the Jampui hills of Tripura

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Rang

State - Uttarakhand

 

Rang is the language of the Shauka scheduled tribe, which resides in Darma, Byans and Chaudans regions of Dharchula tehsil in Pithoragarh district. To the north of this region is Tibet and to its east lies Nepal.

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Rang Lvu

State : Uttarakhand

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Ranglong

State - Tripura
Area Spoken In - hill range bordering Tripura and Assam, Mamit district of Mizoram and Karimganj and Hailakandi district of Assam

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Ranvalti

State - Uttarakhand

 

Ranvalti is spoken in the western most region of Uttarkashi district, which borders Himanchal Pradesh. Its name derives from the region’s name, Ravain.

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