Kings began to be written down. The script of Sindhi grammar books pdf was called “Koloma”.
The chronicle of Tipra in Kókborok and Rajratnakar are no longer available. Kingdom of Tipra from the 19th century till the 20th century. India by the state government in the year 1979. Consequently, the language has been taught in schools of Tripura from the primary level to the higher secondary stage since the 1980s. Kokborok was started in 2001 by the Tripura University. Kokborok was started by Tripura University from the year 2015. There is currently a demand for giving the language recognition as one of the recognised official languages of India as per the 8th schedule of the Constitution.
Kókborok is not a single language but a collective name for the several languages and dialects spoken in Tripura. Borok clans has not been investigated. The greatest variety is within Khagrachari, though speakers of different Khagrachari varieties can “often” understand each other. Khagrachari literature is being produced in the Naitong and Dendak varieties. The phonetic status of these vowel phonemes are provided in the table below. In some localities it is pronounced closer to i, in others closer to o. A closing diphthong refers to a syllable that does not end in a consonant.
Clusters are quite impossible at the end of a syllable. These are very common in echo words : phlat phlat, phre phre, prai prai, prom prom, etc. There are two tones in Kókborok, a high and a low tone. Morphologically Kókborok words can be divided into five categories.
There is a clear cut difference in Kókborok between nouns and verbs. All true verbs are made with a verbal root followed by a number of suffixes, these suffixes are not placed at random but according to definite rules. It is the standard for teaching and literature. It is taught as the medium of instruction up to class fifth and as subject up to graduate level.
First effort for giving the language in printed book form and creation of literature of language Radhamohan Thakur wrote the grammar of Kókborok named “Kókborokma” published in 1900 AD. He wrote two other books: “Tripur Kothamala” and “Tripur Bhasabidhan”. Tripur Kothamala was the Kókborok-Bengali-English translation book published in 1906. The “Tripur Bhasabidhan” was published in 1907. Daulot Ahmed was a contemporary of Radhamohan Thakur and was a pioneer of writing Kókborok Grammar jointly with Mohammad Omar. The Amar jantra, Comilla published his Kókborok grammar book “KOKBOKMA” in 1897.