Tibet -- the roof of the world is a region full of amazing environments, beautiful features, and houses lots of unbelievable sites, mountains, and religious activities. It’s also an area full of tradition and mysterious culture. Many tourists have been to Tibet, but very a few understand the language of Tibet.
The Tibetan language is sometimes referred to as Bodic or Tibetic language, which is gotten from the Tibeto-Burnam group. This group was originated from the Sino-Tibetan language family.
Tibetans, Nepalese, Bhutanese, and some parts of northern India such as Sikkim also speak the Tibetan language fluently. According to scholars, it’s now divided into four different dialect groups which are Central, Northern, Southern, and Western Tibetan Language.
However, each dialect is divided into different Tibetan language. For instance, the Lhasa dialect is for the central group while Sikkim, Nepal, and Bhutan belong to the southern group. The western groups have a different intonation compared to other dialects.
According to orthographers, the Tibetan language was pronounced during the 7th century, and its present form has been used since the 9th century. Since Tibetic language is an ancient language, its pronunciation does not meet up with today’s standard.