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Please contribute to the test project. StevenJ81 (talk) 15:36, 17 December 2018 (UTC)
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The Dimasa language is one of the oldest languages spoken in North East India, particularly in Assam. The Dimasa language is one of the last languages of North East India to retain its original vocabulary without being compromised by foreign languages.
Dimasa language has a well defined Grammar and Dictionary and has wide usage, Dimasa Grammar by Prof. François Jacquesson, Dimasa Dictionary by Shri Mani Charan Barman.
Dimasa language is spoken by around 111,000 people in North-East India, though it is often written in the Roman script and one of the living languages of North-East India.
The Bhagawat Gita, the Ramayana and the Bible have been translated into Dimasa language, and Radio programs and television programs are broadcasted in Dimasa language. It also has separate dictionary and many books have been written in the Dimasa language. The literature of this language has been encriched with short stories,tales, drama, poetry, novels, biographies, essays,travelogues etc. Newspapers are also available in the Dimasa language. "Haflong Khurang" is one such influential weekly newspaper published in the Dimasa language from Haflong. Therefore this language deserves a Wikipedia domain.
—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Himu Hojai (talk) 2017-11-06 15:04