Kham, Western Parbate Bible - New Testament

Kham, Western Parbate Bible - New Testament

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Kham, Western Parbate Bible - New Testament

Kham language (Nepali: खाम भाषा)—narrowly defined—is a complex of Sino-Tibetan Magaric languages spoken natively in the highlands of the Rolpa and Rukum districts of Rapti and the westernmost part of Baglung district in Dhawalagiri Zone and Karnali region by western clans of the Kham tribes, called collectively western Khams. Randy LaPolla (2003) proposes that Kham magar and Dhut magar may be part of a larger "Rung" group. However, both may ultimately go for separate ethnic identity as they have distinct linguistic and cultural barriers.