Which language is tripura?
Languages in Tripura comprises Bengali and the different dialects of Tripuri. The influence of Bengali in the languages of Tripura is remarkable. The Chakma language, spoken in Belonia and Sabrum sub-divisions, stands as an exemplar of the influence of Bengali on the languages of Tripura.
The official language of Tripura is Bengali. Bengali, also known as Bangla, Banga-Bhasa, etc., is one of the most predominant languages in Tripura.
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The official language of Tripura is Bengali. Bengali, also known as Bangla, Banga-Bhasa, etc., is one of the most predominant languages in Tripura.
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people of tripura are non-vegiterian although there is a majority of vaishnav hindus. their food mainly consists of -chicken, fish'meat-(goat),lamb,deer,sheep.
Basically, language is the symbols we use in order tocommunicate with one another, and the rules that govern how we usethem. . We are wired to learn language from our earliest moments, and welearn with lightening speed (it may not seem so when you look downat your baby brother who is already 5 mont…hs old and can't say athing, but we forget how monumental learning a language reallyis). . We all learn language, but there is something deeply mysteriousabout language even though we can learn to use it. All of languageis "something" standing for "something else". . How do we know that my "something else" is the same as your"something else"? It may be easy to work out for things like"apple" and "orange", but how about "ennui" or "motive"? . In other words, all language is metaphor. This is part of whatmakes linguistics such a fascinating study. ( Full Answer )
The purpose and origin of language has been a conundrum tolinguists and anthropologists since it was first posed. Thepractical application of language is obvious: communicativepurposes. Beyond that, the manner in which language influences thebrain, how the brain processes language, how language deve…lops tobegin with, and a myriad of other questions have plagued fieldexperts for centuries, and remain, for the most part, unansweredand mysterious. Cynics say that the purpose of language is to disguise our intent;to deceive; to lie. Communication, per se, does not requirelanguage, but betrayal does. Some lower animals, fish and insectsfor example, may have built-in lures or false features for thepurpose of ensnaring prey or evading predation, but only a humancan look you in the eye and tell you a lie. Other animals may ormay not be able to talk/communicate with each other but so farthere has been no evidence to support each side of the Long goingargument. ( Full Answer )
Agartala. The capital of tripura is Agartala my friend The provincial capital city of Tripura is Agartala , Republic of India.
there are languages because first to differentiate people and where they come from. Secondly to simplify our communication with other people.Imaginea world without any languages it will be so boarding because you can hide something from somebody.
ICFAI institutions in TN shown the door . Express News Service. First Published : 13 Jun 2009 03:11:00 AM IST. Last Updated : 13 Jun 2009 09:20:31 AM IST. CHENNAI: The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India (ICFAI) Society in Hyerabad and the ICFAI University in Dehradun have no le…gal right to run institutions in Tamil Nadu, the Madras High Court has ruled.A division bench comprising Justice SJ Mukhopadhaya and Justice V Dhanapalan, which gave the ruling while disposing of a petition from BN Devadas, restrained them from running such institutions.The public interest writ petition prayed for a direction to the authorities concerned to initiate appropriate action against the Society and the University and to order the closure of 22 ICFAI National Colleges , its Business Schools, and Study Centres for 360 flexible education throughout Tamil Nadu and thereby safeguard the interest of students .The Bench observed that Regulation 3.3 of the University Grants Commission (UGC) was categorical that the private University established under a State Act should operate within the boundary of the State concerned. Also, as per Regulation 3.3.1, no off-campus centres/ study centres should be set up without the prior approval of the UGC and that of the State government, where the centres were proposed to be opened.In the case on hand, off-campus centres had been set up without the prior approval of the UGC and that of the State government and they could not be allowed to run any longer.If such centres were allowed to continue, the future of gullible students would be jeopardised by way of money and time. "Therefore, we have no hesitation to hold that the ICFAI Society and the University have no legal right to run the institutions... the Bench said.The bench also observed that irregularities and improprieties in using the educational system to the advantage of certain private institutions would give a wrong signal to the field of education and the common man would be in peril if this kind of mushrooming of private institutions, without recognition, affiliation and proper grant of permission were allowed. "Therefore, we hope that the statutory bodies, such as AICTE, UGC or any other equivalent bodies will take constructive steps to bring in appropriate rules and regulations with stringent penal provisions to scotch all the irregular and illegal institutions, the Bench observed.The Bench also observed that their decision was likely to affect adversely the students, but in the interest of curbing the unabated activities of some persons who start unauthorised educational institutions, such a hard and drastic decision had to be taken. ``We aspire that the government will also be vigilant enough as to prevent individuals and institutions from starting unauthorised educational institutions, so that at least, hereafter, the students will not be trapped or lured into taking admissions in such institutions with the temptation of getting some degrees,'' the bench said and added that it was open to the authorities concerned to take appropriate action against the ICFAI Society and the University. ( Full Answer )
for your information The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India University, Tripura was established under the provisions of the Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India University, Tripura Act 2004 enacted by Legislative Assembly of Tripura State and notified vide Notificatio…n No F.2 (529)- DHE/UDCA/2003, dt. 15.06.2004 of Government of Tripura. The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India University, Agartala is sponsored by the Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India (Icfai), a non-profit educational society established in 1984 under the A.P. (Telangana Area) Public Societies Act 1350F (Act 1 of 1350F), with the objective of imparting training in finance and management to students, working executives and professionals in India. The University has been approved by the University Grants Commission, under Section 2(f) of the UGC Act, 1956. The Distance Education Council (DEC) has approved the programs of the ICFAI University, Tripura. The University believes in creating and disseminating knowledge and skills in core and frontier areas through innovative educational programs, research, consulting and publishing, and developing a new cadre of professionals with a high level of competence and deep sense of ethics and commitment to the code of professional conduct. A number of educational programs are offered in management, finance, banking, insurance, accounting, law, information technology, arts, commerce, education and science & technology at bachelor's and master's levels on full-time campus and distance learning formats. The University also allows private candidates to enroll in various programs if they satisfy the eligibility criteria. The University does not provide any courseware, nor conduct any contact classes, nor offer any other support services to private candidates. Such candidates have to prepare for the programs on their own as per the curriculum and are required to attend the examinations, as per the rules and regulations of the University. The University has no study centers/branches outside the State of Tripura. For further details please contact: for more information about other institute or colleges here is a useful site for you ( Full Answer )
Sri Anil Sarkar is the Minister of Higher Education and Sri Tapan Chakraborty id the Minister of School Education
language is the way you speak for example spanish some of the words areguia del usuario and that means owners guide os presto that is an monator tooken for blood sugar
"They" is part of the English language. It is a pronoun, meaning a group or collection.
That's up to the human. From a lifetime of loving horses I've learned (sometimes the hard way) that horses speak volumes if we are smart enough to listen. Horses have expressive faces and their body language never leaves any doubt what is going on in their heads. They are able to read a human like a… book. There is an old saying about don't mess with your horse if your upset or angry and it is so true. Its best to save it for another day. ( Full Answer )
There is little doubt that learning a foreign language will expand your views of the world, and will create associations that prove helpful. There are quite valid ways of viewing a subject. A realistic interpretation of "fire escape" is in French "Flee the fire". Perhaps a better command. And, other… styles of thinking can be considered to have their own languages. Obvious examples are Mathematics, and Music. ( Full Answer )
If you mean what type of language is the C Programming language, it is a high-level, statically compiled, procedural programming language. It is often described as one of the most "low-level" of the high-level languages, in that is it very adaptable for programming "close" to the hardware, while… still retaining the advantages of portability, flexibility, and human comprehesiblity common to high-level languages. ( Full Answer )
It is part of a family of languages that linguists call SouthernAthapascan. It in turn is part of the larger Athapaskan family thatincludes Northern Canadian, Alaskan and Pacific Coast languages. Itis hypothesized to belong to the Na-Dene family. One well receivedtheory is that that family is relate…d to the Yenisei group oflanguages in Siberia east and north of Lake Baikal. The Southern group has about the same relationship to each other asRomance languages do. Navajo to many Apache words in the differentApache languages is like the relationship of Spanish to Italian.Athabascan is like Spanish to Romanian. The Na-Dene family is morelike Indo European family. Hindu, English and Latin are all in thatfamily. Including Yenisei is like the the theorized ProtoIndo-European. ( Full Answer )
It depends on the type of person. If the person isn't comfortable using sign language, then in that case, it would be confusing. But if the person knows sign language pretty well, then no. This is a matter of opinion, see.
"I" and "you" are pronouns. If you are asking about their parts of speech, this is accurate. If you're asking the question I suspect you are, then I have another answer for you. "I" language is where a person talks about themselves. This isn't just, "Look what I got," or "Look what I did!" It e…xtends to things like, "It's my fault," "I should have know better," or "I screwed up, I'm sorry." "You" language is where a person talks about others. Similarly, it isn't just, "Look what you did!" or "How dare you?" or even "You should have done better!" It also extends to "You did a good job," or "You've hit the nail on the head." Both of these types of language can be annoying. A person continuously using negative "I language" is a real downer, and a person constantly using positive "you language" can be a confidence boost, but it can be annoying. I hope that answered your question. ( Full Answer )
Yes , the Italian language may be called the language of love. But the same statement may be made about the Spanish, Romanian, Portuguese and French languages. These five - and others such as Galician, Catalan and many others on the European side of the Mediterranean - are called members of the Rom…ance family of languages. The term actually refers to their development from the interaction of ancient local languages with the ancient Latin of the conquering Romans. Additionally, all of the Romance languages are spoken in countries that are known for beautiful scenery, fine food and interesting tourist activities. All three of these characteristics also work together to create romantic environments for those seeking love as well as for those who already have found it. So the play on words is accurate in terms of Italian (and the others in the linguistic family): a Romance language descended from Latin and linked with situations lending themselves to romance. ( Full Answer )
yes.. Ummm ... It's a global language because at the height of the British Empire we had colonies covering a quarter of the Globe. It's a second language for many people in many countries e.g. India.
Animal language conveys basic information, emotion etc. whilst human language articulates specific circumstance, emotion and detailed information, allowing us to learn from each other etc.
Telugu, Kannada and Tamil are equally old. Kannada and Tamilgreatly influenced by Sanksrit and Telugu was influence by Prakrit.Prakrit was a natural language and oldest inscriptions are found inPrakrit language and Sanskrit took over and became administrativelanguage. In 458AD old Kannada became fi…rst administrative language ofKarnata (which uses kadamba script aka old-kannada script) and nextwas Telugu became second administrative language of Trilanga Deshaand in the 7th century Tamil kings followed neighbors and it becamethird administrative language in the tamil country. All the written literature works in Telugu, Kannada and Tamilstarted from 9th century onwards and part of those works are prettyfaithful to Sankrit work. Tamil claiming oldest and all is just political in nature withouttechnical back up. This propoganda stared in 1920 to overthrowgrowing Sanksrit in the region against Brahmins and this has led toDMK kind of parties coming into power. ( Full Answer )
Tamil is considered as the oldest language amongst the Dravidian languages and one of the classical languages of the world .
Tamil is considered as the oldest language amongst the Dravidianlanguages and one of the classical languages of the world .
Spanish is a language that, like many other European languages, is based on Latin. Many languages are derived from Latin, including French and Italian, but some are more closely related to Spanish than others. You might have heard people talk about "Castillian" Spanish, and that is the standard Span…ish language. Due to the nature of Spain's history Castillian, from Castile, took over the other languages as the main Spanish language, but most of them still exist to some extent. Geographically those closest to Castile are the Asturian and Aragonese languages but languages like Portuguese and Galician are also very similar to Castilian Spanish. All of these languages are mutually intelligible which means that a fluent speaker of one has a very good chance of understanding another. This is also the case with Castilian and several southern forms of Italian. In terms of major languages Spanish and Portuguese have the most in common. ( Full Answer )
Probably English, currently. While there are certainly journals published in other languages, those papers intended for the widest possible distribution are generally written in English.
Because of the slow but intensive evolution of Latin throughout thecenturies: Verecundia> vergÃ¼enza Tristitia > tristeza Bonitatem > bondad Dicere > decir Spaventare > espantar Amicus > amigo Filia > hija ...
The word for language in the Russian Language is: Ð¯ÐÐ«Ð . The pronunciation would be: yazyk or yizyk (the latter being the Moscow/standard pronunciation).
1 .Yes. Being one of the oldest languages in the world, it has died off over the years. 2. It is not dead at all. Most prayers and religious chants said by Hindus, a fourth of the worlds population, is said in Sanskrit. However it is not a spoken language for normal conversation, so may in that… sense be considered unused or "dead". One cavaet however, legend has it that Sanskrit is supposed to be the universal language spoken all around the universe, particularly in astral realms, even if not currently used in this planetary system. It is supposed to come and go as a main language. Currently it is not used. ( Full Answer )
There would be no mode of communication (vocal,written or body sign language).There would be no arguments,debates,lectures,speechs,news,books or even this forum WikiAnswers !
To commuicate with others or group or society. May be body actions alone will not be sufficient for communication, say in the case of blind people who cannot see other action and unable to respond to it.
There are no languages that are derived from German. To answer your question, all of them. Actually English is more like German than anything else. It is a really messed up language for sure but I liked to give German credit for most of it.
It's because Spain and Mexico (the places where they speak Spanish) are popular countries. Also, because it's a fairly easy language to learn!
The most likely reason is that this way there would be little to no miscomunication between members of a species. In fact, most simple body languages cross in between species as well, which leads to solidify the likelyhood that it's natures way of ensuring less miscomunication.
I think the closest language to the Ukrainian language is Russian as Ukraine was a soviet country.
Well in its most basis element yes. Language is a vehicle in which people use to communicate. Binary, which I assume you are referring to, is a very basic "language" that a user or other computers use to "communicate" with each other.
No one knows what the first language spoken by humans was.Scientists believe that human language existed as far back as 1million years, and there is no way to know what form language mighthave been used back then. It's not even possible to determine the oldest language that isstill spoken today, be…cause virtually all languages predate writtenrecords. ( Full Answer )
If you mean bastard, as in fatherless; then no... it is in the family language of the germanic - indoeuropean - japhetic trace of languages from the tower of babel. But it is becoming a "bastard" language in the sense that surely a great number of more than half of the people who speak it speak it… as a second language, mainly pressured by business, colonization and cultural pressure. ( Full Answer )
because it has a structure in 4 section like documentation,pre processor,definition,global declaration & has 4 part of this section's.it has a structure of this 4 section. Answer: By design.
For administrative purposes, the state has been divided into 8 districts, 23 subdivisions, 45 development blocks w.e.f 21st January 2012 after a Govt Of Tripura Decision, out of which new districts are 4, subdivisions 6, development blocks 5. Four New Distrcts are Khowai Unakoti, Sipahijala & Gomati… whereas Six New Sub-divisions are Jirania, Mohanpur, Kumarghat, Panisagar, Jampuijala & Karbook besides Five New Blocks - Yuvarajnagar, Durga Chawmuhani, Jolaibari, Silachari & Lefunga. ( Full Answer )
A language is something people speak many languages like French,German,Italian.A language are the word that come out of our mouth.
Persian/Iranian Avestan- Old Persian, Sanskrit, Pehlavi, Pashto (Afghanistan), Baluchi, Kurdish, Tajik Indic Prakits, Pali,Hindi, Gujarti, Sindhi, Panjabi, Kashmiri, Marathi, Bengali, Assamese, Oriya, Nepali Amerind Afroasatic, Hamitio-Semitic: Egyptian, Berber, Cushitic, Chadic, Arabic Se…mitic: Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Aramaic, Phoenician, Hebrew, Moabite, North Arabic, South Arabic- Sabean, Minean, Himyartic, Qatabanian Ethopic, Geez Ancient Egyptian, Coptic Cushitic- Somali, Gallinya Chadic-Hausa Niger- Kordofanian, Nilo-Saharan, Khoisan Spanish, ( Full Answer )
People were building a tower to reach god but god didn't like that so over night he made them all speak a different language so they couldn't keep on building the tower, and thats how we got languages
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The Green Imperial Pigeon (Ducula aenea) is the state bird of Tripura, Republic of India.
The Phayre's leaf monkey (Trachypithecus phayrei) is the state animal of Tripura, Republic of India.
Tripura is a state in Northeast India, bordered by Bangladesh to the north, south and west, and Assam and Mizoram to the east.
Tripura is a state located in the northeastern part of India. It is considered one of the smallest states in the country. The exact coordinates of Tripura have a latitude of 23.756 and a longitude of 91.825.
Tripura Misra has: Played Sulekha in "Samaya" in 1975. Played Sujata in "Jajabar" in 1975. Played Sumati in "Krishna Sudama" in 1976. Performed in "Sindura Bindu" in 1976. Performed in "Tapasya" in 1980. Performed in "Manasi" in 1981. Performed in "Subarna Sita" in 1983. Performed in "Kurukshetra" i…n 1988. Performed in "Bastra Haran" in 1991. ( Full Answer )
The cast of Tripura - 2011 includes: Daman Baggan as Tarakaksha Ettienne Couthino as Maya Saptharishi Ghosh as Vishnu Aseem Hattangadi as Vidyunmali Denzil Smith as Shiva
Tripura is the third smallest state of India. It is located in North East India. It has 8 districts, 23 subdivisions and 58 development blocks .. The present Governor of Tripura is Sri Tathagata Roy . . The present Chief Minister of Tripura is Sri Manik Sarkar . .
Khowai is one of the Cultural district of Tripura. It is so called because many cultural programs held in Khowai every year. The Khowai river increase the beauty of Khowai. Here a park have been set up for the tourists. The population of khowai is 21,387 .. I think it is Helpful for you. . BOL