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About Bodo Language

Bodo (बड़ो ) or Mech is the Tibeto-Burman language of the Bodo people of north-eastern India and Nepal. It is one of the official languages of the Indian state of Assam, and is one of the 22 scheduled languages that is given a special constitutional status in India. Bodo language is written using Devanagiri script. Earlier it was written using Roman Script. Devanagiri has been used for Bodo since 1963.

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Spoken In : India, with a few small communities in Nepal

Native Speakers: 1.3 million (2001)

Language family: Sino-Tibetan > (Tibeto-Burman) > Brahmaputran > Bodo–Koch > Bodo–Garo > Bodo

Language codes: brx (ISO 639-3)

Bodo language, a branch of the Tibeto-Burman language family, is a language of the Bodo group under the Assam-Burmese group of languages. It is closely related to the Dimasa language of Assam, the Garo language of Meghalaya and also related to the language of Kokborok language spoken in Tripura. The Bodo speaking areas of Assam at present stretch from Dhubri in the west to Sadiya in the east. In Jalpaiguri and other adjacent districts of Bengal, the Boros are known as "Mech". The population of Boro speakers according to 1991 census report was 1,184,569. The word Boro denotes the language and the community and it is pronounced with a high tone on the second syllable.