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The modern Indo-Aryan languages may be divided into five major groups. In the
eastern group are Assamese, Bengali, and Oriya. The northwestern group
includes Punjabi, Lahnda, Sindhi, Pahari, and Kashrniri (originally a Dardic
>Anatolian relation with Indo-European 1:835a Indo-Iranian languages 9:438,
group of languages comprising the easternmost major branch of the Indo-
European language family. The Indo-Iranian languages are usually divided into
two major ...
The former consist of two groups, the Sgaw and the Pwo; the Red Karens include
the Bre, the Padaung, the Yinbaw, and the Zayein. They occupy areas in the
south of the Shan State, in the Kayah (Karenni) and Karen states, in contiguous ...
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