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    Quote Originally Posted by soulblighter View Post
    There is a Sourashtrian language in Tamil Nadu. Don't know how mutually intelligible it is with Gujarati, Marwadi etc. They use their own script descended from Grantham script and there definitely are quite a few borrowed words from Tamil that are noticeable in the second video, which is not surprising.


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    Yeah, I have Sourastrian in the chart. Actually, Sourasthrian is a remnant of the Old language spoken in Saurasthra peninsula of Gujarat which is now extinct, being replaced by a distinct Gujarati dialect in Saurasthra itself instead.

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    You are missing Bishnupriya and Chakma languages historically further east from Assam. Now newly developed primarily Indo-European link language is Nagamese spoken as the main language in Nagaland

    Assamese is an Indo-European language with lot of Tai kadai, Austro-Asiatic and Tibeto-Burmese (Bodic) influence. Assamese includes 'ng' and has dipthongs which are not very common in other Indo European languages

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    Quote Originally Posted by jortita View Post
    You are missing Bishnupriya and Chakma languages historically further east from Assam. Now newly developed primarily Indo-European link language is Nagamese spoken as the main language in Nagaland

    Assamese is an Indo-European language with lot of Tai kadai, Austro-Asiatic and Tibeto-Burmese (Bodic) influence. Assamese includes 'ng' and has dipthongs which are not very common in other Indo European languages
    I have both Bishnupriya Manipuri and Chakma, but Nagamese is a creole and not really a proper language tbh. Bengali also has the ng sounds similar to Assamese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kulin View Post
    Yeah, I have Sourastrian in the chart. Actually, Sourasthrian is a remnant of the Old language spoken in Saurasthra peninsula of Gujarat which is now extinct, being replaced by a distinct Gujarati dialect in Saurasthra itself instead.
    Ah yes I was only looking at the map.
    How about the Roma languages?
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    Quote Originally Posted by soulblighter View Post
    Ah yes I was only looking at the map.
    How about the Roma languages?


    Yes, I was going to include it, but there's no consensus on what group they descend from, since the language has no proper standard and has been increasingly creolized.

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    You will find this interesting in terms of the influence on Assamese, http://www.khamkoo.com/uploads/9/0/0...am_-_india.pdf

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    Where do Pahadi languages stand? Are they close to one another (Western, Central and Eastern) or to their plains counterparts? (Western Pahari-Punjabi, Central/Eastern Pahari-Hindi)

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