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Bodo language literary festival 2021-International Poetry Festival

Bodo language literary festival 2021-International Poetry Festival at Kokrajhar
Bodo language literary festival 2021-International Poetry Festival at Kokrajhar

Bodo language literary festival 2021-International Poetry Festival. Boro, also Bodo, is a Sino-Tibetan language spoken primarily by the Boro people of Northeast India, Nepal, and Bengal. It is the official language of the Bodoland autonomous region and a co-official language of the state of Assam in India.

Huge visitors thronged the Bodofa Cultural Complex in Kokrajhar to enjoy Reading Sessions on the 2nd day of the festival today. The three-day-long festival started on Sunday and it aims to transform its environment.

The Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) has organized an International Literary Festival for the first time bodo language

Chief Executive Member of BTC Pramod Boro said that the region has suffered and witnessed decades-long militancy problems and the people of the region are now coming forward to create a peaceful environment.

And also said while addressing the opening ceremony of the Kokrajhar Literary Festival. 'It's time for us to change the weapon. Instead of taking AK-47 in hands, we should take up the arms of economic transformation.'

He further added that the Bodo Peace Accord, opened the gateway of development, and with it came peace and tranquility.

The BTC has organized a 100 languages Poetry Festival with the motto of 'Peace and Love' in the heartland of Bodoland Territorial Region at Bodofa Cultural Complex in Kokrajhar.
Bodo is a member of the Brahmaputra branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family. It is spoken mainly in the states of Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, and West Bengal in the northeast of India, and also in the Jhapa district of Province No. 1 in eastern Nepal. In 2011 there were 1.47 million speakers of Bodo in India, and another in Nepal.
Bodo language

Bodo is a statutory language of provincial identity in Assam, and the official language of the Bodoland Territorial Region, an autonomous region in the northwest of Assam. It is spoken in Bodoland, in the neighboring districts of Darrang, Goalpara, Kamrup, and Nagaon, and also in the Lakhimpur and Sivsagar districts in northeastern Assam. It is also spoken in the Chandel district of Manipur state, the West Garo Hills and East Khasi Hills districts of Meghalaya, and in the of Cooch-Behar, Darjeeling, and Jalpaiguri districts of West Bengal.

Bodo was formerly written with the Assamese or the Latin alphabets, and since 1963 it has been written with the Devanagari alphabet. It was first written by the Christian missionary in the late 19th century. Some believe a script called Deodhai was used by the ancient Bodo people, however, details of it have been lost.

Bodo has been used as a medium of instruction in primary schools in Bodo-speaking areas since 1963. It is also used in secondary schools and in one university. 


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