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Kamtapuri language

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Native toBangladesh, India, Nepal
Native speakers
15 million (2007)[2]
Eastern Nagari and Devanagari (rarely)
Official status
Official language in
Language codes
ISO 639-3Variously:
rkt – Kamta/Rangpuri
rjs – Rajbanshi
kyv – Kayort[1]
Glottolograng1265  Rangpuri[3]
rajb1243  Rajbanshi[4]

Kamtapuri, Rangpuri or Rajbangshi is a Bengali-Assamese language spoken by the Koch-Rajbonshi people people in India, Rajbanshi and Tajpuria in Nepal, and in Bangladesh. Many are bilingual in either Bengali or Assamese.


Rangpuri goes by numerous names. In Bangladesh, these include Rangpuri, Bahe Bangla, Ancholit Bangla, Kamta, Polia. In India, there is Kamtapuri, Dutta, Rajbangsi, Rajbansi, Rajbanshi, Rajbongshi, Goalparia, surjapuri, Koch Rajbanshi. Another name of the language is Tajpuri. In Assam it is known as Kochrajbongshi and Goalparia (which is also known as Deshi bhasha and Uzani). In Bihar it is known as Surjapuri.


The main dialects are Western Rajbanshi, Central Rajbanshi, and Eastern Rajbanshi.

The Central dialect has the majority of speakers and is quite uniform. There are publications in this language. The Western dialect has more diversity. Lexical similarity is 77 to 89% between the three dialects. Rajbonshi shares 48 to 55% of its vocabulary with Assamese and Bengali and 43 to 49% with Maithili and Nepali.

Comparison with Kamtapuri, Bengali, Assamese and Sylheti language

English Kamtapuri/Koch Rajbanshi Assamese Bengali Sylheti
I do Muĩ kôrû Môi kôrû Ami kôri Mui/Ami xori
I am doing Muĩ kôri asu Môi kôri asû Ami kôrchi Mui/Ami xoriar/xorram
I did Muĩ koresilu Môi kôrisilû Ami kôrêchilam Mui/Ami xorsilam
I was doing Moĩ kôri asilu Môi kôri asilû Ami kôrchilam Mui/Ami xorat aslam
I will do Moĩ kôrim Môi kôrim Ami kôrbo Mui/Ami xormu
I will be doing Moĩ kôri thakim Môi kôri thakim Ami kôrtê thakbo Mui/Ami xorat táxmu


  1. ^ Hammarström (2015) Ethnologue 16/17/18th editions: a comprehensive review: online appendices
  2. ^ Kamta/Rangpuri at Ethnologue (21st ed., 2018)
    Rajbanshi at Ethnologue (21st ed., 2018)
    Kayort[1] at Ethnologue (21st ed., 2018)
  3. ^ Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2017). "Rangpuri". Glottolog 3.0. Jena, Germany: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History.
  4. ^ Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2017). "Rajbanshi". Glottolog 3.0. Jena, Germany: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History.


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