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Assamese language is spoken in Assam (India), West Bengal (India), Arunachal (India), they use Arunachali dialect of Assamese, Nagaland(India), they use Nagamese dialect of Assamese, Bangladesh and various places of the Assamese communities (large number seen in Bangalore(India), Pune(India), the United States etc.) in various parts of world.
Assamese is the official language in Assam
Approximately 16,709,000 people in Assam speak Assamese,
Dialects: Jharwa (Pidgin), Mayang, Standard Assamese, Western Assamese (Kamrupi), Nagamese and Arunachali
Assamese is often used in all the states various ways, like words borrowed from it or as a connecting language. Assamese has been working as a very important connecting language in North- East India since medieval times.
Assamese alphabet maps one to one to the Devanagari alphabets
Assamese alphabet differs only three letters from Bengali, and so it isn't hard to design the Assamese Wiktionary, as Bengali Wiktionary ( https://bn.wiktionary.org/ ) is already there.
There are very few up-to-date paper dictionaries in Assamese.
Most of the people, especially poor students don't get access to a good dictionary, but can access it via mobile, which are available even in the far corners of the state.
Wiktionary can help poor Assamese students, who can't buy the expensive dictionaries (most of the good printed Assamese dictionaries are fat and too costly). Students can access the internet at a rate of less than 20 rupees per hour.
Wikimedia specific: Most of the technical terms are not available in Assamese and there is a dire need to have an online dictionary