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Sheshi pang languag spoken natively in the highlands of the Rolpa and Rukum districts of Rapti and the westernmost part of Baglung district in Dhawalagiri Zone and Karnali region by western part of Nepal.Minimum 60% people speaking Seshi Kaham (Sheshi pang) language of western Nepal. So I propose this language wikipedia please support this--R.P.Joshitalk 13:04, 13 May 2017 (UTC)
The request was made using the name Sheshi Pang, but ISO's name for the language is Sheshi Kham. Is there any reason that Wikimedia should be using the name Sheshi Pang instead of Sheshi Kham? Antony D. Green (talk) 19:27, 14 May 2017 (UTC)
Sheshi Pang is use for natev language Sheshi Kham is use for other language. Sheshi Kham is language name and Pang mens language at Sheshi Kham.