Tamyig script

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Tamyig script is used to write the Tamang language. The Tamyig script is a simplified version of the Tibetan script.[1]

The Tamang community has their own script which is known as ‘Tamyig’ script. Several literary books was published in Tamang Language. In the year 2001, The IPR department, Government of Sikkim has started to publish Sikkim Herald, an official news bulletin in Tamang Edition. Course St[2] Konjyosom Rural Municipality introduced Tamyig script and Tamang language as local curriculum to be taught in its school.[3]


  1. ^ Ghimire, Laxman (22 July 2021). Multilingualism in Education in Nepal: Ideology and Identity. p. 17.
  2. ^ "Tamang (Code no. 133)" (PDF). Central Board of Secondary Education India. Retrieved 17 November 2021.
  3. ^ "Tamang Language Education Is Being Implemented In Lalitpur From This Year Academic Session". Headline Nepal. Retrieved 17 November 2021.Out of 753 local levels, Konjyasom will be the first village municipality to implement education in Tamang language. The village municipality has already trained 17 teachers from all the schools one by one to teach the Tamyig script.

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