Mandar is spoken by about 480,000 people in West Sulawesi province in Indonesia, particularly in Mamuju, Majene, and Polewali Mandar (Polman) regencies. It belongs to the South Sulawesi group of Malayo-Polynesian languages and is also known as Andian, Manjar and Mandharsche.
Mandar was formerly written with the Lontara script, but is now written with a version of the Latin alphabet.
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