Language details

LEPCHA Links (2)   Examples (1)   Materials (3)   Books (10)   
Alternative names: LAPCHE, RONG, RONGKE, RONGPA, NÜNPA
Number of speakers: 41.300
Language Code: LEP
In language groups: SINO-TIBETAN » TIBETO-BURMAN » BARIC » KUKI-NAGA » KUKI-CHIN
Spoken in: BHUTAN [Details], INDIA [Details], NEPAL [Details]
Links
1   Information on Lepcha Language and Culture
http://www.lepcha.info/
2   Language Overview of the Lepcha Language - The Rosetta Project
http://www.rosettaproject.org/live/search/detailedlanguagerecord?ethnocode=LEP

Examples
1  The Gospel of John in Lepcha

Materials
1  Lepcha Consonants
2  Lepcha Numerals
3  Lepcha Vowels

Books
1   Awasty, Indira: Between Sikkim and Bhutan: the Lepchas and Bhutias of Pedong
2   Chakraborty, Ashit Ranjan: Read Lepcha. An introduction to the Lepcha or Rong script and a self-instruction for reading the language
3   Foning, Arthur R.: Lepcha, my vanishing tribe
4   Kumar, Braj Bihari and G. Chiring: Hindi Lepca (Ron) kosa = Lum Ron rinako = Hindi Lepcha dictionary
5   Mainwaring, Beorge Byres: Dictionary of the Lepcha Language, revised and completed by Albert Grünwedel
6   Mainwaring, George Byres: A Grammar of the Rong (Lepcha) Language as it Exists in the Dorjeling and Sikim Hills
7   Shipmú, Ugen and Karma Loday Righimú, Naku Tshering Likmú, Dorji Wangdi Kunchudyangmú: An English to Lepcha Dictionary
8   Tamsang, Khárpú: Róngríngthrím: A Grammar of the Lepcha Language [in Lepcha]
9   Tamsang, Khárpú: The Lepcha-English Encyclopedic Dictionary
10   Tamsang, Khárpú: The Unknown and Untold Reality about the Lepchas




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