Palpa language


Palpa language

Infobox Language
name=Palpa
region=Palpa(Nepal), Kumaon
speakers=7,562 (2000)
familycolor=Indo-European
fam2=Indo-Iranian
fam3=Indo-Aryan
fam4=Pahari
fam5=Eastern
iso3=plp

The Palpa language of Nepal together with the Nepali language according to the SIL Ethnologue forms the Eastern subgroup of the Pahari languages. There is also Kumauni (Central Pahari) influence, and Palpa has also been classified as either a Nepali or a Kumauni dialect.


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