Lakha (Dzongkha: ལ་ཁ་, Wylie: La-kha, literally "language of the mountain pass," also called "Tshangkha") is a Southern Tibetan language spoken by about 8,000 people in Wangdue Phodrang and Trongsa Districts in central Bhutan. Lakha is spoken by descendants of pastoral yakherd communities. lakha Means in the Urdu Language the person having one lac(One Hundred Thousand). the tribe of lakha belong to Sindh Pakistan migratted from Arab in 8th century. Lakha is a cost Living in Pakistan. India, Bangladash and south Asia Counties
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