Beary language

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Beary language is an Indian language. It is spoken by the Muslim communities of Karnataka (Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts) and some parts of Kerala.[1] Bearys speak a language made of Malayalam idioms (form of expression of a language) with Tulu pronunciation and grammar.[1] The first Beary language feature movie (full length movie) Byari shared the award for the best feature movie at the 59th Indian National Film Awards.[2]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Upadhyaya 1996, p. ix
  2. Here's why Byari won the National Award for Best Film. Rediff.com (7 March 2012). Retrieved on 2017-04-26.

References[change | change source]

  • Upadhyaya, U. Padmanabha, ed. (1996). Coastal Karnataka: studies in folkloristic and linguistic traditions of Dakshina Kannada Region of the western coast of India. Udupi: Ku. Shi. Abhinandana Samiti, Rashtrakavi Govind Pai Samshodhana Kendra. ISBN 978-81-86668-06-1.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)