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Tai Language In Assam
Tai Language In Assam

Tuhin Sarkar
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The Ahom alphabet was probably derived from the Brahmi script. The earliest inscriptions on a stone pillar dates from the 15th century. The alphabet also appears on coins brass plates and numerous manuscripts on cloth or bark.

Posted On : 11/14/2013 11:23:31 PM

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Stuti Jain
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Ahom is classified as a southwestern Tai language. It has its own script.

Posted On : 10/28/2016 5:40:25 AM

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Nisha Arora
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Tai language is said to be nearly an extinct language.

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Monish Mishra
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I want to know more about this Ahom Dynasty. Can anybody please provide some information?

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Nisha Arora
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Hey Monish Mishra, read this: www.indianetzone.com/68/ahom_dynasty.htm

Posted On : 11/24/2016 3:56:34 AM

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Monish Mishra
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WOW that was a really nice article. Thanks Nisha infact I quite liked the site for its quality of information.

Posted On : 12/13/2016 4:20:25 AM

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