Riang

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A language of India

Alternate Names
Kau Bru, Reang, Tipra
Population

76,500 (2001 census). Ethnic population: 144,000. Total users in all countries: 77,000.

Location

Assam state: Karimganj district; Mizoram state: Aizawl, Chhimtuipui, and Lunglei districts, Karnafuli river bank area, 30 villages; Tripura state: north and central.

Language Status

5 (Developing).

Dialects

Considered dialect of Kok Borok [trp] called Polong-O (Muanthanga).

Language Development
Literacy rate in L2: Very low. School attendance is low. NT: 1990.
Writing

Latin script [Latn].

Other Comments

A Scheduled Tribe. Different from Riang Lang [ril] of Myanmar, a Mon-Khmer language. Traditional religion, Christian.

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