|Region||Mizoram, Manipur, and Assam|
|83,000 (2001 census)|
Assam, Manipur and Mizoram
|Hmar language test of Wikipedia at Wikimedia Incubator|
Although Hmar speakers are scattered over a vast area in Mizoram, Manipur, Meghalaya, Tripura, Chittagong Hill tracts, and NC Hills and Cachar districts of Assam state, India, there doesn't appear to be any dialectal distinction. There is no homogeneous settlement of Hmar speakers alone. In Manipur, Hmar exhibits partial mutual intelligibility with the other Kukish dialects of the area including Thadou, Paite, Vaiphei, Simte, Kom and Gangte languages.
Hmar is a recognised language in the School curriculum of Assam, Manipur and Mizoram, and also recently recognised as one of the Modern Indian Languages (MIL) at Manipur University. Board of Secondary Education, Assam has also included Hmar as an MIL in its matriculation syllabus from 2005. Both Manipur University and Assam University, Silchar has also permitted HMAR LANGUAGE to be studied as Modern Indian Language in the Graduation level.
According to the official 2001 Census of India, there are 83,404 Hmar speakers in Assam.
- Distribution of the 100 non-scheduled languages
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- Learn Hmar Language: Lesson 1 Hmar–English
- Learn Hmar language: Lesson 2 Hmar–English
- Learn Hmar language: Lesson 3 Hmar–English
- Learn Hmar language: Lesson 4 Hmar–English
- Learn Hmar language: Lesson 5 Hmar–English
- Learn Hmar language: Avoiding Common Errors In Hmar
- Learn Hmar language: Tlumte Thlira Thlir In Hmar
- Learn Hmar language: Thumal Lamnon In Hmar
- VIRTHL-Ushering Change: News & Info House of the Hmars Visit Site
- Hmar Rûnpui : Hmar Social Networking Visit Site
- Manipur Online The Unresolved Issues of the Hmar
- Sinlung News 
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