Ruáinga vawel ókkol óttu hondila abas neele (How Rohingya Vowels are Used?)

We follow certain rules for vowel usage to simplify the language to make it as easy as possible. Añára kessú kaanun ókkol óre manizai kiálla hoilé Ruáinga vawel ókkol oré asán goríbélla zeddúr asán gorífare.  (1) Vowel A is used as in (Vawel A ré hondila estemal gorá giyé): Alagála (street person) Ara (fence), Ará (ask to do), Ára (loss), Badam (peanut), Bara (net), Bará (increase), Bára (cheat), Bazar (market), Fala (parenting/pole), Falá (wooden beam), Fála (bowl), Fata (leave), Fara (village), Fará (Cross), Fára (misfortune/mishap), Mala (coconut shell), Maramari (fighting) Mata (speaking), Matá (head), Sara (young tree) Sará / Sañrá (hard […]

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Muslim of Arakan and Censuses of India

Muslim of Arakan and Censuses of India By Aman Ullah A population Census is the process of collecting, compiling, analyzing and disseminating demographic, social, cultural and economic data relating to all persons in the country, at a particular time in ten years interval. The History of Census began with 1800 when England had begun its Census but the population of dependencies was not known at that time. The Census of 1972 was considered to be prominent one and it contained 17 questions, though it did not cover all territories possessed or controlled by the British. The Census of 1881 was […]

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