The Assamese language is spoken in the North Eastern Indian state of Assam where it's the official language. It's also spoken in some parts of Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and West Bengal in India and in some parts of Bangladesh and Bhutan. Assamese is spoken by more than 25 million total speakers. Assamese is an Eastern Indo-Aryan language of Indo-European language family. Assamese is closely related to Rajbanshi/Rangpuri/Kamata, Sylheti, Bishnupriya Manipuri, Chittagonian, Bengali and other Bengali-Assamese languages. It's also closely related to other Eastern Indo-Aryan languages like Odia, Kosli and Bihari languages.
Assamese is written in the Eastern Nagari script (also known as Assamese script, Bengali script, Bengali-Assamese script), shared with Bengali, Meitei, Chittagonian and a number of languages spoken in Eastern and Northeastern India and Bangladesh. The script is an abugida and it's derived from Brahmic script.
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