Assamese (মডেল:Lang-Assamese2 মডেল:Translit-Assamese2) (IPA: [ɔxɔmija]) is an Indo-Aryan language spoken in the state of Assam in northeast India. It is also the official language of Assam. It is also spoken in parts of Arunachal Pradesh and other northeast Indian states. Small pockets of Assamese speakers can be found in Bhutan and Bangladesh. The easternmost of Indo-European languages, it is spoken by over 13 million people.
The English word "Assamese" is built on the same principle as "Japanese", "Taiwanese", etc. It is based on the English word "Assam" by which the tract consisting of the Brahmaputra valley is known. The people call their state মডেল:Translit-Assamese2 and their language মডেল:Translit-Assamese2.
- উদ্ধৃতি ত্রুটি: অবৈধ
assamese-figuresনামের সূত্রের জন্য কোন লেখা প্রদান করা হয়নি
- Medhi, Kaliram (1988). Assamese Grammar and the Origin of Assamese Language. Guwahati: Publication Board, Assam.
- English-Assamese Online Dictionary
- The Creative Visionary: Jyoti Prasad Agarwalla (1903-1951)
- Assamese Language and Literature
- Assamese Language Sample
- Ethnologue report for Assamese
- Xophura - Collection of writings in Assamese
- Assamese - UCLA Phonetics Lab Data