Bible translations into the languages of India

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North Indian languages[edit]

Assamese[edit]

Nathan Brown, Baptist, translated into Assamese and Shan.

Bengali[edit]

William Carey

Bihari[edit]

Gujarati[edit]

Translation by J. V. S. Taylor.

Panjabi[edit]

Sanskrit[edit]

William Carey [1]

Dravidian languages[edit]

Paniya, Kerala[edit]

Paniya language is a Southern Dravidian language mainly found in scheduled castes in Kerala. Mathews Vergis and team published "DAIVAM MANCHANAYOTHE KATHA" (The story of GOD who became man) Published by Word to World Foundation, Inter Denominational Christian Fellowship, New Testament.[citation needed]

Tulu, Karnataka[edit]

Parts of The New Testament were translated into Tulu language in Kannada script in 1842 and the complete The New Testament in 1847 by the Basel Missionaries in Mangalore.[2]

North East India languages[edit]

See main article Bible translations into the languages of Northeast India.

Mizo, Naga.

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