Kokborok Day is held on January 19. Tripura, India. This event in the second decade of the month January is annual. Help us
Kokborok Day or Borok Day is a festival celebrated in the Northeast Indian state of Tripura to celebrate the development of the Kokborok language. This day is chosen to commemorate its initial recognition as an official language in 1979.
Kokborok is the Indigenous language of Tripura, spoken for thousands of years among the indigenous communities of Tripura."Kok" means language and "borok" means people (the people who speak Kokborok). Kokborok is one of the Tibeto-Burman languages widely spoken in the Northeast part of India and neighbouring Chittagong hill tracts of Bangladesh. The language is spoken mainly by the Debbarma, Kalai, Reang, Jamatia, Tripura, Noatia, Rupini, Murasing and Uchoi people.
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