Mundari is a Munda language with about two million speakers in eastern India, Bangladesh and Nepal. It is closely related to Santali, and has no official status.
Mundari is written with the Bengali alphabet in Bangladesh and in the India state of West Bengal. In the India states of Bihar and Jharkhand and in Nepal the Devanagari script is used. Christian speakers of Mundari in northeastern states of India write it with the Latin alphabet, and it is written with the Odia alphabet in the Indian state of Orissa.
Information about the Mundari language
Information about the Munda languages
Also used to write: Bishnupriya, Bodo, Chakma, Chiru, Koda, Nisi, Deori, Dimasa, Hajong, Koch, Khasi, Kudmali, Tiwa, Sauria Paharia, Miri, Chothe Naga, Thangal Naga, Moyon Naga, Maring Naga, Rabha, Rangpuri, Santali, Sadri, Oraon Sadri, Sulung, Panchpargania, Tippera, Kok Borok, Toto and Usui.