Assamese is the official language on the Assam region of India. It has over 15 million speakers all around the world. It comes under the Indo-European language family. The early forms of Assamese are called Magadhi Prakrit, Kamarupi Prakrit, and Early Assamese. Also, the language has four writing systems, and they are Eastern Nagari (Assamese), Ahom script (historical & rare), Assamese Braille, and Latin alphabet (Nagamese Creole). Apart from Assam, the language was spoken in Nagaland as Nagamese, Arunachal Pradesh as Nefamese, Rangpur division of Bangladesh as Rangpuri (Bengali-Assamese language), Cooch Behar, and Jalpaiguri districts of India. Assamese has four different dialect types: Eastern dialect, Central dialect, Kamrupi dialect, and Goalpariya dialect. Assamese also has sister languages that include Angika, Bengali, Bishnupriya Manipuri, Chakma, Chittagonian, Hajong, Rajbangsi, Maithili, Rohingya, and Sylheti. In the upcoming article, let’s see how to say months of the year in Assamese.
The language also has four writing systems like Eastern Nagari (Assamese), Ahom script (historical), Assamese Braille, and Latin alphabet (Nagamese Creole). In Assamese, the word month is written as মাহ and pronounced as mah. Also, its plural form of months is also written the same. So let’s see how to say the rest of the months of the year in Assamese.
How to Say English Months in Assamese
|Month Name in English||Month Name in Assamese||Transliteration|
How to Say Assamese Months in English
The Assamese language has a unique calendar apart from the English calendar, in which the number of days in each month varies between 29 and 31.
|Assamese Months||Transliteration||Sanskrit Name||Nnumber of Days|
Days Based on Months:
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