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Assamese Speaking Countries

Assamese Countries

Countries
India

Total No. Of Countries
1
14

National Language
Bangladesh, India

Second Language
Not spoken in any of the countries

Speaking Continents
Asia

Minority Language
Bangladesh, Bhutan

Regulated By
Asam Sahitya Sabha

Interesting Facts
  • Assamese was reinstated as the state language of Assam in 1873.
  • Assamese language has its own stream of origin, it is evolved in a different way from rest of the Indo-Aryan languages of India.

Similar To
Bengali and Oriya

Derived From
Sanskrit Language

Assamese Countries

Assamese is one of the important languages. Assamese countries are the countries where Assamese is used for interaction between citizens and government officials. Assamese countries are the countries where Assamese is main language. In Assamese countries, all the official documents are written in Assamese language. In Assamese speaking countries, various Assamese Dialects are spoken. Each Assamese dialect has it's own pronunciations and words, as a result of these differences, sometimes communication problems arise between speakers from different Assamese speaking countries. Check out detailed information About Assamese Language.

Assamese national language and Assamese as a Second Language

Assamese speaking countries include both countries with Assamese national language and Assamese as a second language. Check if Assamese language is one of the Most Spoken Languages.

  • Assamese is national language of Bangladesh, India.

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Second Language is a non-native language of the speaker, but used in the locality of that person.

  • Assamese is not spoken as second language.

The Assamese countries mentioned under Assamese Speaking countries are the countries where majority of people speak Assamese language.

Assamese as minority language

Countries with Assamese as minority language are also included in Assamese speaking countries.

  • Assamese is spoken as minority language in Bangladesh, Bhutan.

Along with Assamese speaking countries check out Assamese speaking population. The language spoken by minority of the population of a territory is called minority language.

  • Continent wise Assamese speaking countries mainly lie in Asia.

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Assamese Regulator and Facts

Many world languages have one or more language regulators. The bodies that regulate standard languages are usually called language academies. Official organizations that regulate Assamese language are Assamese regulators. Assamese is regulated by Asam Sahitya Sabha. The regulatory bodies of Assamese lie in Assamese speaking countries. Some of the interesting facts of Assamese:

  • Assamese was reinstated as the state language of Assam in 1873.
  • Assamese language has its own stream of origin, it is evolved in a different way from rest of the Indo-Aryan languages of India.
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      The Assamese language is derived from Sanskrit Language and is closely related to Bengali and Oriya.