Limbu plugin for Multiling O Keyboard. This is not an independent app, please install OKeyboard along with this plugin.
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Limbu is a Sino-Tibetan language spoken mainly in Nepal, significant communities in Bhutan, Sikkim, Darjeeling district, India by the ethnic Nepali Limbu community. Virtually all Limbus are bilingual in Nepali.
The name Limbu is an exonym of uncertain origin. Limbus refer to themselves as yakthungba, and their language as Yakthung Pan. It has four main dialects; Panthare, Phedape, Chatthare and Tambar Khole. Panthare dialect is the standard dialect of the Limbu language, whereas Phedape is spoken and understood by most.
Limbu language has its own unique evolution of Tibetan and Devanagari writing system. Far more Limbus are literate in Nepali than in Limbu, thus many Limbu publications are accompanied by Nepali translation.
Limbu language is one of the major spoken and written languages of Nepal, Sikkim and other parts of Northern India. Today, linguists have reached the conclusion that pronominalization is an indigenous development. Limbu bears close resemblance to Khambu Sampang and unique Tibetan dialects. It has four main dialects--Panchthare, Tamarkhole, Phedape and Chatthare.
Before the introduction of Sirijonga script among Limbu Kiratas, Rong script was popular in East Nepal specially in early Maurong state. Sirijonga script had almost disappeared for 800 years and it was brought into practice again by Te-ongsi Sirijunga Xin Thebe of Tellok Sinam.
The Kirat or Kirati or Kiranti or Kirant people are indigenous ethnic groups of the Himalayas extending eastward from Nepal into India, Bangladesh, Burma and beyond.
They migrated to their present locations via Assam, Burma, Tibet and Yunnan in ancient times. Broadly speaking, the Kirat people include the Sunwar, Yakkha, Rai and Limbu, few segments of the Newar, Dewan, Bahing, Kulung and Parali; speakers of Khaling, Bantawa, Chamling, Thulung, and Jerung; and other related ethnic groups.
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