Assamese Language and Literature Resources

Assamese language (From Wikipedia)
Assamese is the easternmost Indo-Aryan language, spoken mainly in the state of Assam in North-East India. It is also the official language of Assam.
Assamese Langauge
Assamese Language Resources on the Web.
Assamese language and culture
Assamese is the principal language of Assam. Here are a few articles on Assamese language and literatures.
The Bihu Culture of Assamese People
Bihu is the most important non-religious festival of the Assamese people. It is observed by all irrespective of class and caste.
Assamese Vijay Font
Assamese language alphabets are very akin to the Bengali language alphabets.
Assam Tribune Epaper
All about spelling - Rajen Baruah writes about new Assamese dictionary.
Assamese Design Guide (PDF Document)
This document provides general information about the Assamese language and some conventions of its usage in Assam.
Name of the Language: ASSAMESE
The currently prevalent standard Assamese dialect had its roots in Sibsagar located in eastern Assam, ...
Lexicography in Assamese
Dictionary Making in Indian Languages: Survery and Prospects.
Dwijen Bhattacharjya's Nagamese
Review of Dwijen Bhattacharjya's Nagamese: Pidgin, Creole or Creoloid?
L10N Assamese Team
The Fedora Localization Project - Assamese Translators Team.
Candrakanta Abhidhana
Online version of the University of Gauhati's 'Candrakanta abhidhana' from the Digital Dictionaries of South Asia

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