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Holy Bible in Tanchangya Language

Posted by CHANDRASEN TANCHANGYA on August 13, 2012 at 1:35 AM Comments comments (0)

গীদর সুরে ''পবিত্র বাইবেল''

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পত্থমে ঈশ্বরে õ...

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The Significance of Using a Name

Posted by UTACF Admin Committee on June 7, 2012 at 11:45 PM Comments comments (0)

By. Shuva Langker Tanchangya

In this small article I am not going to speak for or against so called ‘the modernity’ that has been practiced by the present Tanchangya generation. But what I am going to discuss here may not sound interesting or would be awkward to read. However, I felt that it is important to find out some issues around us and address them if we a...

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Paradigm of Verbs in/of the Tanchangya Language: An Introduction

Posted by UTACF Admin Committee on May 5, 2012 at 9:20 PM Comments comments (2)

By: Shuva Langker Tanchangya

The beauty of a language and its taste is tangible when one knows the usage of the words of a particular language. Basically, provided that in English there are ‘eight parts of speech’ that form the English language are being used in daily intereaction in expressing ideas and thoughts. But, of the eight parts of speech, the role of the verb isgiven priority due to...

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UTACF: Ama Asha Ebong Ama Bobissyot (Unity is Strength)

Posted by Shuva Tanchangya on May 4, 2012 at 5:20 AM Comments comments (0)

 Shuva Langker Tanchangya

Megkanpadi roidtan uder dhool gurine,

Passundowa miline uriuri duwtton gan gaigai,

Aiso byak gabujjya tonchongya bailok boinlok,

Somoi uye gumuttun udine kam guribar,

Ashi husi byakkune aht doraduri gurine,

Miline guribong ama kamun.


bachaitubong ama sonskrit, bhasa,

Guribong bhalai ama tonchongya jattya re,

No-tabong ar jharo bidire, dehabong bishwore,

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Ethnicity of Chakma and Tanchangya

Posted by Sujan Tanchangya on March 13, 2012 at 7:45 PM Comments comments (0)

The following article was published in Journal of Applied Science & Social Science, Vol. II, No I. March –April 2011 (ISSN 2229 3205)

By Rupak Debnath

Chakmas are the major ethnic group in the Chittagong Hill Tracts; outside the Hill Tracts, there are Chakmas in Tripura, Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh. Tanchangyas number less than one- twelfth of the Chakma population; they are chiefly concentrated in the south and south-central parts of the Hill...

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