Sora, or Savara (also Saora, Saonras, Shabari, Sabar, Saura, Sawaria, Swara, Sabara), is a Mundalanguage of India, spoken by some 288,000 native speakers (1997) in South Odisha in eastern India. Sora is written in the Latin and Telugu scripts, as well as the Sorang Sompeng script devised for the language in 1936. Many Sora people have the family name or surname Savara.
A supposed Dravidian language with the same name is evidently spurious.
Juray is considered by some to be a dialect of Sora.
Sora has 8 vowels that can each be stressed, with the exception of [ə] which cannot be stressed. Vowel length is not phonemic in Sora, although vowel length varies lexically and based on stress or expressiveness.