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The Holy Bible in Mara Language (Revised Version) / Historical 1972 Hardcover with Red Edges, Maps, Photos / Chhimtuipui district, southern Mizoram, India and the adjacent people living in Burma

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The Holy Bible in Mara Language (Revised Version)

Historical 1972 Hardcover with Red Edges, Maps, Photos

Khazopa Chabu Pathaipa: Bihrai Paropa Nata Bihrai Thipa Pahlypa

Grey Hardcover - 1972

by Bible Society of India

1460 pages

Condition : Used Very Good

INSIDE in EXCELLENT CONDITION. Cover shows some wear. AS PICTURED! Buy with confidence. ONLY ONE WE HAVE!

 

Only 3000 were printed! 

Mara is a language spoken by Mara people living in 60 villages of Chhimtuipui district, southern Mizoram, India and the adjacent people living in Burma.

 

The Mara language belongs to the Kukish branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family. The speakers of the language are also known as Mara.

 

Mara is a recognised language in the School curriculum of Mara Autonomous District Council (MADC). Mara is a compulsory subject for all schools up to Class VII (Middle School) under Board of School Education, MADC.



 

Mara
Mara (Lakher)
Pronunciation [m̥ara]
Native to Mizoram, India; Burma
Ethnicity Mara people
Native speakers
ca. 55,000 (1994–2001)[1]
Sino-Tibetan
Dialects
  • Tlosaih (lingua franca)
  • Chapi-Ngephe
  • Hawthai-Lochei
  • Zyhno-Heima-Lialai
  • Vytu-Zyphei- Lautu
Latin
Official status
Recognised minority
language in
Mizoram
Language codes
ISO 639-3 mrh
Glottolog mara1382

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