KURUKH LANGUAGE PDF

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In Dr Oraon decided to create a new script for his native language, Kurukh, which is usually written with the Devanagari alphabet. His alphabet was published on 15th May , and introduced into some schools later that year.

It was formally recognised by the government of Jharkhand in Tolong Siki is now promoted by the Kurukh Literary Society, and quite a few books and magazines have been published in it. It also taught in a number of schools. There are also some Kurukh speakers in Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan. If you need to type in many different languages, the Q International Keyboard can help. It enables you to type almost any language that uses the Latin, Cyrillic or Greek alphabets, and is free.

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Kurukh language

In Dr Oraon decided to create a new script for his native language, Kurukh, which is usually written with the Devanagari alphabet. His alphabet was published on 15th May , and introduced into some schools later that year. It was formally recognised by the government of Jharkhand in Tolong Siki is now promoted by the Kurukh Literary Society, and quite a few books and magazines have been published in it. It also taught in a number of schools.

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Some Kurukh speakers are in South India. It is most closely related to Brahui and Malto Paharia. Kurukh belongs to the Northern Dravidian group of the Dravidian family languages, [8] and is closely related to Sauria Paharia and Kumarbhag Paharia, which are often together referred to as Malto. In , Narayan Oraon, a doctor, invented the alphabetic Tolong Siki script specifically for Kurukh. Many books and magazines have been published in Tolong Siki script, and it saw official recognition by the state of Jharkhand in It is spoken by 2,, people from the Oraon and Kisan tribes , with 1,, and , speakers respectively.

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