Rajbanshi language

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Rajbanshi is an Eastern Indic language spoken in India, Bangladesh, and Nepal. Rajbanshi belongs to the Indo-European language family. According to a 1991 census, it was spoken by 3 million people.[1] This language is a speech of Bengali language and written in Bengali alphabet.

This is the native language of people of Cooch Behar,[[Lower Assam]],Some parts of [[Bangladesh]] & [[Nepal]].

Other names of the language are Kamtapuri, Rajbangsi, Rajbansi, Rajbongshi, Tajpuri, Kamrupi, Deshi Bhasha.

This language is also identified by the Rajbanshi Academy headquarter in [[Cooch Behar]] whose present chairperson is Mr. Bijay Barman.

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