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Bengali
বাংলা Bangla
The word "Bangla" written in Bangla script
Sabd "Bangla", Bangla Assamese script me
Spoken in Bangladesh, India aur dher ii bhasa me baat kare waala log UK, USA, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, Australia, Myanmar, Canada me hae
Region Bangladesh, Nepal, West Bengal, Tripura, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Assam, Jharkhand, Orissa, Bihar. Isme New Delhi, Mumbai aur Bangalore me bhi dher jan baat kare hae. Kuchh jaana maana Bengali baat kare waala log Pune, Hyderabad aur Chennai me bhi hae.
Total speakers 300 million[1]
Language family Indo-European
Writing system Bengali script
Official status
Official language in Flag of Bangladesh.svg Bangladesh,
Flag of India.svg India (West Bengal, Tripura aur Barak Valley) (jisme south Assam ke Cachar, Karimganj aur Hailakandi jila hae),
Flag of Sierra Leone.svg Sierra Leone (Bangladesh ke United Nations Mission in Sierra Leone ke khatir)[2]
Regulated by Bangla Academy (Bangladesh)
Paschimbanga Bangla Akademi (West Bengal)
Language codes
ISO 639-1 bn
ISO 639-2 ben
ISO 639-3 ben
Linguasphere 59-AAF-u (including Sylhetti etc), 30 varieties: 59-AAF-ua to 59-AAF-uk

Dunia bhar me Bengali
Indic script
Ii panna me Indic text hae. Bina rendering support ke aap ke saait irregular vowel positioning aur a lack of conjuncts dekhai. More...

Bengali, South Asia ke ek bhasa hae jisme Bangladesh aur Republic of India ke log baat kare hae. Lag bhag sab log Bangladesh me Bengali me baat kare hae lekin India me West Bengal provincial region me jaada kar ii bhasa ke use karaa jaae hae.

200 million log Bengali me baat kare hae, jiske kaaran ii bhasa dunia sab se jaada log ke mother tongue waala bhasa me se ek hae.

Dher se famous book aur kavita, Bengali me likha gais hae.

Rabindranath Tagore, ek famous Bengali poet rahaa jiske Literature me Nobel Prize mila.

Bengali bhasa me ginti[badlo | edit source]

Number Bengali me Number Fiji Hindi me
ek ek
dui dui
tin tiin
cha:ri chaar
pã:ch paanch
ch'ay chhe
sa:t saat
a:t aath
nay nau
dash das

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Hafta ke din[badlo | edit source]

Fiji Hindi Bengali
Sombaar Shombar
Mangar Mongolbar
Budh Budhbar
Bif Brihoshpotibar
Suk Sukrobar
Sanichar Shonibar
Etwaar Robibar

References[badlo | edit source]

  1. Bangla language in Template:Harvnb
  2. "Sierra Leone makes Bengali official language". Archived from the original on 2012-05-26. https://archive.is/YvvN. Retrieved 2002-12-29.
  3. Numbers in Million-Speaker Languages