Takpa people

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The Takpa is a linguistic northern sub-group of the Monpa people, while the southern sub-group is identified as the Tshangla. Monpas of the Takpa group are found in Tawang and Dirang of Arunachal Pradesh, Cuona of Tibet as well as Trashigang in Bhutan.[1]

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  1. ^ George van Driem (2001). Languages of the Himalayas Volume 2. BRILL. pp. 915–6. ISBN 90-04-10390-2. 

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