Language:  Tibetan, Central

Population of Groups Speaking

1,955,000

People Group's Primary Language

1

Bible Status

Complete Bible

Jesus Film

Online Bible

Not Available

Gospel Recordings

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Photo People Group Country Population Progress
Scale
Language
Rank
Primary
Religion
%
Evangelical
%
Christian
Indigenous
Chakma India 220,000 Secondary Buddhism 14.2 %
 Chin India 135,000 Secondary Christianity 59.4 %
 Garo India 1,010,000 Secondary Christianity 89.1 %
 Khasi India 1,341,000 Secondary Christianity 80.8 %
 Kinnaura India 64,000 Secondary Hinduism 0.2 %
 Lama India 800 Primary Buddhism 0.0 % 0.0 %
 Lepcha India 85,000 Secondary Buddhism 19.2 %
 Mizo India 404,000 Secondary Christianity 98.3 %
 Newah Nepal 1,412,000 Secondary Hinduism 0.5 %
  Totals:  108   1,955,000 (P) 3 15 (P) : 93 (S)        
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Resource in Tibetan, Central Link
General Four Spiritual Laws
Film / Video God's Story Video
Film / Video Jesus Film: view in Tibetan, Central
Film / Video Story of Jesus for Children (JF Project)
Film / Video The Hope Video
Audio Recordings Fathers Love Letter
Audio Recordings Global Recordings
Audio Recordings Story of Jesus audio (Jesus Film Project)
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World Bible Finder
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Language Alternate Names
Aba (Batang)
Bhokha
Bhotia
Bod
Bod Skad
Byokha
Central Tibetan
Dartsemdo (Tatsienlu)
Dbus
Dbusgtsang
Deqing Zang
Diaspora Tibetan
Dru
Gtsang (Lhasa)
Hanniu
Mngahris (Ngari)
Nganshuenkuan (Anshuenkuan Nyarong)
Panakha-Panags
Paurong
Phoke
Pohbetian
Poke
Skad
Tebilian
Tibate
Tibetan
Tsang
U
Utsang
Wei
Weizang
Zang
Zang Wen
Dialects
An Duo
Bhotia
Classical
Colloquial
Dbus
Deqin
Deqing
Diaspora
Domme
Gtsang
Kongbo
Lhasa
Literary
Media
Mngahris
Spitti
Tuth Valley
Weixi
Xiaozhongdian
Dialect Alternate Names
Bhotiya
Central
Domme
Hsifan
Lhasa
Ngari
Spiti
Tibetan, Deqen
Tibetan, Zhongdian
Tibetian
Tsang

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