ASIAN LINGUISTIC MAPS : Bangladesh, Bhutan & Seven Sister States (India) 

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    Bangladesh (42 Living languages) :

    1. Assamese (Asambe, Asami, Ahomiyo)
    2. A’tong (Attong)
    3. Bengali (Banga-Bhasa, Bangala, Bangla)
    4. Bihari (Urdu)
    5. Bishnupriya (Bishnupria, Bishnupuriya, Bisna Puriya)
    6. Burmese (Bama, Bamachaka, Myen)
    7. Chak (Sak, Tsak)
    8. Chakma (Sangma, Sakma, Takam)
    9. Chin, Asho (Khyang, Khyeng, Qin, Sho, Shoa)
    10. Chin, Bawm (Bawm, Bawn, Bawng, Bom)
    11. Chin, Falam (Falam, Fallam, Halam, Hallam Chin)
    12. Chin, Haka (Baungshe, Haka, Lai)
    13. Chin, Khumi (Kami, Khami, Khumi, Khuni, Khweymi, Kumi)
    14. Chittagonian (Chatgaiyan Buli, Chatgaya, Chittagonian Bengali)
    15. Garo (Garrow, Mande, Mandi)
    16. Hajong (Hajang)
    17. Indian Sign Language
    18. Khasi (Cossyah, Kahasi, Khasie, Khasiyas, Khassee, Khuchia, Kyi)
    19. Koch (Koc, Kocch, Koce, Kochboli, Konch)
    20. Koda
    21. Kok Borok (Debbarma, Tipura, Tripura, Tripuri)
    22. Kurux (Kurukh, Oraoan, Uraon)
    23. Marma (“Mogh”)
    24. Megam (Migam, Negam)
    25. Meitei (Kathe, Kathi, Manipuri, Meetei, Meiteiron, Meithe, Meithei, Mitei, Mithe, Ponna)
    26. Mizo (Hualngo, Lei, Lusai, Lushai, Lushei, Sailau, Whelngo)
    27. Mru (Maru, Mrung, Murung)
    28. Mundari (Colh, Horo, Mandari, Mondari, Munari, Munda)
    29. Pangkhua (Pangkhu, Pankho, Panko, Pankhu)
    30. Pnar
    31. Rakhine (Rakhain, Rakkhaine, Mogh)
    32. Rangpuri (Bahe Bangla, Anchalit Bangla, Kamta, Polia)
    33. Riang (Kau Bru, Reang)
    34. Rohingya (Rohinga, Rohinja)
    35. Sadri, Oraon
    36. Santali (Har, Hor, Sandal, Sangtal, Santal, Santhali, Satar, Sonthal)
    37. Sauria Paharia (Malto, Paharia)
    38. Sylheti (Sileti, Siloti, Sylhetti, Sylhetti Bangla, Syloti, Syloty, Srihattia)
    39. Tangchangya (Tanchangya)
    40. Tippera (Kok Borok, Tipperah, Tippurah, Tipra, Tipura, Triperah, Tripura)
    41. Usoi (Kau Brung, Tippera, Tripura, Unshoi, Unsuiy, Ushoi)
    42. War-Jaintia

    Bhutan (25Living languages) :

    1. Adap
    2. Brokkat (Brokskad, Jokay)
    3. Brokpake (Brokpa, Dakpa, Damilo, Dap, Drokpakay, Jobikha, Mera Sagtengpa, Meragsagstengkha, Mira Sagtengpa, Sagtengpa)
    4. Bumthangkha (Bhumtam, Bumtang, Bumtangkha, Bumtanp, Bumthang, Bumthapkha, Kebumtamp)
    5. Chalikha (Chali, Chalipkha, Tshali, Tshalingpa)
    6. Chocangacakha (Kursmadkha, Maphekha, Rtsamangpa’ikha, Tsagkaglingpa’ikha)
    7. Dakpakha
    8. Dzalakha (Dzalamat, Yangtsebikha)
    9. Dzongkha (Bhotia of Bhutan, Bhotia of Dukpa, Bhutanese, Drukha, Drukke, Dukpa, Jonkha, Rdzongkha, Zongkhar)
    10. Gongduk (Gongdubikha)
    11. Khengkha (Ken, Keng, Kenkha, Khen, Khenkha, Kyengkha)
    12. Kurtokha (Gurtü, Kurteopkha, Kürthöpka, Kurthopkha, Kurtobikha, Kurtopakha)
    13. Kurux (Kurukh, Oraoan, Uraon)
    14. Lakha (Tshangkha)
    15. Layakha
    16. Lepcha (Lapcha, Nünpa, Rong, Rongke, Rongpa)
    17. Lhokpu (Lhobikha, Taba-Damey-Bikha)
    18. Lunanakha
    19. Nepali (Eastern Pahari, Gorkhali, Gurkhali, Khaskura, Lhotshammikha, Nepalese, Parbatiya)
    20. Nupbikha (Trongsakha)
    21. Nyenkha (Henkha, Lap, Mangsdekha)
    22. Olekha (Black Mountain Language, Monkha, Monpa, Ole Mönpa)
    23. Tibetan (Bhokha, Byokha)
    24. Tseku (Tsuku, Tzuku)
    25. Tshangla (Menba, Monpa, Sangla, Sarchapkkha, Shachobiikha, Shachopkha, Sharchagpakha, Sharchhop-kha, Tsangla, Tshalingpa)

    Seven Sister States (northeastern India) (110 Living languages) : Adi, Adi-Galo, Aiton, Amri, Anal, Apatani, Arakanese, Assamese, Bengali, Biete, Bishnupriya, Bodo, Bugun, Chakma, Chin-Bawm, Chin-Falam, Chin-Haka, Chin-Mara, Chin-Paite, Chin-Thado, Chiru, Darlong, Deori, Digaro-Mishmi, Dimasa, Gangte, Garo, Hajong, Hmar, Hruso, Idu-Mishmi, Kachari, Karbi, Khamba, Khamti, Khamyang, Khasi, Koireng, Kok Borok, Kom, Kudmali, Kurmukar, Lamkang, Lisu, Meitei, Miri, Mizo, Moinba, Na, Naga Pidgin, Naga-Angami, Naga-Ao, Naga-Chang, Naga-Chokri, Naga-Chothe, Naga-Inpui, Naga-Kharam, Naga-Khezha, Naga-Khiamniungan, Naga-Khoibu, Naga-Konyak, Naga-Liangmai, Naga-Lotha, Naga-Mao, Naga-Maram, Naga-Maring, Naga-Monsang, Naga-Moyon, Naga-Mzieme, Naga-Nocte, Naga-Phom, Naga-Purum, Naga-Rongmei, Naga-Sangtam, Naga-Southern Rengma, Naga-Sumi, Naga-Tangkhul, Naga-Tase, Naga-Thangal, Naga-Tutsa, Naga-Wancho, Naga-Yimchungru, Naga-Zeme, Nefamese, Nepali, Nisi, Panchpargania, Pankhu, Pnar, Rabha, Rajbanshi, Ralte, Riang, Ruga, Sajalong, Sakechep, Sherdukpen, Sherpa, Simte, Singpho, Sulung, Sylheti, Tamang-Eastern, Tibetan, Tiwa, Tshangla, War, Zakhring, Zome, Zyphe. (The number of languages in India is 415)

     

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