Ho language

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Ho (also known as Bihar Ho and Lanka Kol) is a Munda language of the Austroasiatic language family spoken primarily in India by about 3,803,126 people. It is written with the Devanagari and the Varang Kshiti scripts. It is spoken by the Ho people. 0.103% of India's Population speaks this language as per the 2001 census.The Script was founded and developed by pandit Dr. Lako Bodra.

Further reading

  • Deeney, J. J. (1991). Introduction to the Ho language: . Chaibasa: Xavier Ho Publications.
  • Burrows, L. (1980). The grammar of the Ho language: an eastern Himalayan dialect. New Delhi: Cosmo.
  • Deeney, J. J. (1975). Ho grammar and vocabulary. Chaibasa: Xavier Ho Publications.
  • Hembram, D.r. "Shishu Halang" Part-2. jharkhand Publications.
  • Bandia, Kaira Singh. "OL INITU".
  • Bodra, Lako. "Saraswati Gwari".
  • Bodra, Lako. "Baha Buru-Bonga Buru" in Ho language.
  • Bodra, Lako. "Kol Rule" in Hindi.
  • Bodra, Lako. "Kol Rule" in Ho by Dr. lako bodra.
  • Bodra, Lako. "Halang Halpung" in Ho By Dr. lako bodra.
  • Bodra, Lako. "Sahar Hora" part-1 by Dr. lako bodra.
  • Bodra, Lako. (2000). "Sishu Alang" part I & part II by Dr. lako bodra.
  • lala rai niranjan Shrivastav, Bhubaneswar prasad Awasthi, S.A.B.D.Hans,Dulay ch. munda. "Munda lokgeet abang lokkathayain".
  • Bible Society of India, "Jiban Reya Hora".by Bible society of india.
  • Paleya, Padiyar., "Landa Bagan" Padiyar Paleya.
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