Goalpariya dialects

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Goalpariya is a group of Indo-Aryan dialects spoken in the Goalpara region of Assam, India.wikipedia
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Kamrupi dialects

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Along with Kamrupi, they form the western group of Assamese dialects.
It is one of two western dialect groups of the Assamese language, the other being Goalpariya.

Assam

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Goalpariya is a group of Indo-Aryan dialects spoken in the Goalpara region of Assam, India.
Modern dialects such as Kamrupi and Goalpariya are remnants of this language.

Goalpara region

GoalparaWestern Assam
Goalpariya is a group of Indo-Aryan dialects spoken in the Goalpara region of Assam, India.
Goalpariya dialect spoken here is a part of Rajbongshi which is a constituent of the Bengali-Assamese linguistic group.

Assamese language

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Along with Kamrupi, they form the western group of Assamese dialects. Scholars from Assam associate these dialects with the Assamese language, Chatterji (1926) classifies Western Goalpariya with the North Bengali dialects, classes all Goalpariya dialects, including Eastern Goalpariya (Bongaigaon), in Kamatapuri lects.

Rangpuri language

RangpuriKamtapuriRajbanshi
The Irish linguist George Abraham Grierson claimed in his Linguistic Survey of India that the western and southern dialects were Rajbonshi, and thus a northern Bengali dialect; and that the eastern dialect was Assamese.
In Assam it is known as Kochrajbongshi and Goalpariya (which is also known as Deshi bhasha and Uzani).

Goalpariya Lokogeet

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Goalpariya Lokogeet is a folk music of Goalpara, sung to traditional lyrics.
It is sung by goalpariya language speaking people.

Indo-Aryan languages

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Goalpariya is a group of Indo-Aryan dialects spoken in the Goalpara region of Assam, India.

Lower Assam

Western AssamKamarupaLower – Assam
Indo-Aryan languages are predominant in the region, Kamrupi and Goalpariya languages are spoken in Kamrup and Goalpara regions and acts as lingua franca among various tribal groups.

Tibeto-Burman languages

Tibeto-BurmanTibeto-Burman languageTibeto-Burmese
The North Bengali dialect is situated to its west, amidst a number of Tibeto-Burman speech communities.

Magadhi Prakrit

MagadhiArdhamagadhiArdha Magadhi
The Eastern Magadi Prakrita gave rise two four dialects keeping north of the Ganga river Radhi, Varendri, Kamrupi and Vanga.

KRNB lects

Kamatapuri lectsKamtapuriKRNB (কোচ ৰাজবংশী/রংপুরী/কমতা)
Scholars from Assam associate these dialects with the Assamese language, Chatterji (1926) classifies Western Goalpariya with the North Bengali dialects, classes all Goalpariya dialects, including Eastern Goalpariya (Bongaigaon), in Kamatapuri lects.

Birendra Nath Datta

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Birendranath Dutta identifies three main dialects.

Brahmaputra Valley

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The Goalpara region is the westernmost part of Brahmaputra Valley.

Bhutan

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It is bounded in north by Bhutan, on the east by Kamrup region, on the south by Garo Hills of Meghalaya and on the west by Cooch Behar district, Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal and Rangpur District of Bangladesh.

Kamrup region

KamrupKamarupaAncient Kamrup
It is bounded in north by Bhutan, on the east by Kamrup region, on the south by Garo Hills of Meghalaya and on the west by Cooch Behar district, Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal and Rangpur District of Bangladesh.

Garo Hills

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It is bounded in north by Bhutan, on the east by Kamrup region, on the south by Garo Hills of Meghalaya and on the west by Cooch Behar district, Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal and Rangpur District of Bangladesh.

Meghalaya

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It is bounded in north by Bhutan, on the east by Kamrup region, on the south by Garo Hills of Meghalaya and on the west by Cooch Behar district, Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal and Rangpur District of Bangladesh.

Cooch Behar district

Cooch BeharKuch BeharCooch Bihar
It is bounded in north by Bhutan, on the east by Kamrup region, on the south by Garo Hills of Meghalaya and on the west by Cooch Behar district, Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal and Rangpur District of Bangladesh.

Jalpaiguri district

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It is bounded in north by Bhutan, on the east by Kamrup region, on the south by Garo Hills of Meghalaya and on the west by Cooch Behar district, Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal and Rangpur District of Bangladesh.

West Bengal

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It is bounded in north by Bhutan, on the east by Kamrup region, on the south by Garo Hills of Meghalaya and on the west by Cooch Behar district, Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal and Rangpur District of Bangladesh.

Rangpur District

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It is bounded in north by Bhutan, on the east by Kamrup region, on the south by Garo Hills of Meghalaya and on the west by Cooch Behar district, Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal and Rangpur District of Bangladesh.

Bangladesh

People's Republic of BangladeshBangladeshiBangla Desh
It is bounded in north by Bhutan, on the east by Kamrup region, on the south by Garo Hills of Meghalaya and on the west by Cooch Behar district, Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal and Rangpur District of Bangladesh.

Kamarupa

Kamarupa kingdomPragjyotishaKamrup
In ancient times it was included Kamarupa.

Kamata Kingdom

Koch kingdomKamataKamatapur
Subsequently, region formed a part of Kamata kingdom.