Bengali–Assamese languages

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The Bengali–Assamese languages (or Assamese–Bengali languages) belong to the Eastern zone of Indo-Aryan languages.wikipedia
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Bengali language

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The local Apabhraṃśa of the eastern subcontinent, Purbi Apabhraṃśa or Abahatta ("Meaningless Sounds"), eventually evolved into regional dialects, which in turn formed three groups of the Bengali–Assamese languages, the Bihari languages, and the Odia language.

Bengali–Assamese script

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After the medieval period, the use of Sanskrit as the sole written language gave way to Pali, and the vernacular dialects of Pali eventually evolved into Bengali, Assamese and other related languages.

Indo-Aryan languages

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The Bengali–Assamese languages (or Assamese–Bengali languages) belong to the Eastern zone of Indo-Aryan languages.

Rangpuri language

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Rangpuri, Kamtapuri or Rajbangshi is a Bengali-Assamese language spoken by the Rajbongshi people in India and Bangladesh, and Rajbanshi and Tajpuria in Nepal.

Rohingya language

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It is an Eastern Indo-Aryan language belonging to the Bengali–Assamese branch, and is related to the Chittagonian language spoken in neighboring Bangladesh.

Chittagonian language

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Chittagonian is a member of the Bengali-Assamese sub-branch of the Eastern group of Indo-Aryan languages, a branch of the wider Indo-European language family.

Hajong language

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The Hajongs originally spoke a Tibeto-Burman language, but it was largely mixed with Assamese and other eastern Bengali-Assamese languages.

Sylheti Nagari

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It is closely related to Kaithi, and has some Eastern Nagari, Arabic and Devanagari influences.

Bishnupriya Manipuri language

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Magadhi Prakrit

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Magadhi Prakrit later evolved into the Eastern Indo-Aryan languages, including the Bengali–Assamese languages (Assamese, Bengali, Rangpuri, Chakma, Chittagonian, Rohingya, Sylheti and others), Bihari languages (Bhojpuri, Magahi, Maithili and others), and Odia, among others.

Sylheti language

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Assam

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Bangladesh

People's Republic of BangladeshBangladeshiBangla Desh

West Bengal

West Bengal, IndiaBengalWestern Bengal

Jharkhand

Jharkhand StateJharkhand movementJarkhand

Tripura

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Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Andaman & Nicobar IslandsAndaman and NicobarAndaman & Nicobar

Manipur

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