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Chintang Pear Stories 3-3 -- Chintang Pear Stories 3-3 -- Documentation of Chintang, a Kiranti language of Eastern Nepal
Title:
Chintang Pear Stories 3-3 -- Chintang Pear Stories 3-3 -- Documentation of Chintang, a Kiranti language of Eastern Nepal
ID:
CLDP
Online:
No
Archive:
Contributor:
Panca Maya Rai (speaker)
Publisher:
Prof. Dr. Balthasar Bickel
University of Leipzig
Description:
A classical Pear Story, recorded near Bal Bahadur Rai's house. Panca Maya Rai tells the story to Ravindra Kumar Rai.
The aim of this project is to further document and analyse the Chintang language. Chintang is spoken by some 4000 to 5000 Rai in the Chhintang Village Development Committee (VDC), which is located in the hills of Dhankuta district (Eastern Nepal). The project builds upon results of the Chintang and Puma Documentation Project (CPDP), which ended in 2009.
Subject language:
Chhintange
Nepali (macrolanguage)
Language family:
Sino-Tibetan
Tibeto-Burman
Other date:
2010-04-25
Other format:
audio/x-wav
Other subject:
Fiction
Chhintang
Nepali
Other type:
audio
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Archive: The Language Archive at the MPI for Psycholinguistics
Online: No
Subject language: Chhintange
Subject language: Nepali (macrolanguage)
Language family: Sino-Tibetan
Language family: Tibeto-Burman
Geographic region: Asia
Contributor: Panca Maya Rai
Contributor: Ravindra Kumar Rai
Publisher: Prof. Dr. Balthasar Bickel
Publisher: University of Leipzig
Title: Chintang Pear Stories 3-3 -- Chintang Pear Stories 3-3 -- Documentation of Chintang, a Kiranti language of Eastern Nepal
Other date: 2010-04-25
Other format: audio/x-wav
Other subject: Chhintang
Other subject: Fiction
Other subject: Nepali
Other type: audio