Tibetan: Kongbo language

Language name: Tibetan: Kongbo
ISO Language Name: Tibetan, Central [bod]
Language State: Not Verified
GRN Language Number: 17466
IETF Language Tag: bo-x-HIS17466
ROD Dialect Code:

Audio recordings available in Tibetan: Kongbo

Recordings in related languages

Words of Life (in བོད་ཡིག [Tibetan, Central])

Short audio Bible stories and evangelistic messages that explain salvation and give basic Christian teaching. Each program is a customised and culturally relevant selection of scripts, and may include songs and music.

Audio/Video from other sources

Central Tibetan Language Film (Good News for You) - Central Tibetan (film) - (Create International)
Genesis - Lhasa, Tibetan - (Gospel Go)
Jesus Film Project films - Lhasa, Tibetan - (The Jesus Film Project)
Jesus Has Power To Save Us - Lhasa, Tibetan - (Gospel Go)
John - Lhasa, Tibetan - (Gospel Go)
New Tibetan Version (Modern Literary) - (Faith Comes By Hearing)
Stories - Old & New Testament; Creation; Eternal Life - (Tibetan Bible Website)
The Hope Video - Ü-Tsang (Tibetan-Central) - (Mars Hill Productions)
The Jesus Story (audiodrama) - Lhasa Tibetan - (The Jesus Film Project)
Videos - Lhasa, Tibetan - (Tibetan Bible Website)

Other names for Tibetan: Kongbo

तिब्बतन: कोंग्बो

Where Tibetan: Kongbo is spoken


Languages related to Tibetan: Kongbo

People Groups who speak Tibetan: Kongbo

Keji ▪ Lama ▪ Tibetan ▪ Tibetan, Boyu ▪ Tibetan, Gtsang ▪ Tibetan, Nghari ▪ Tibetan, Shangri La

Information about Tibetan: Kongbo

Other information: Use Hindi or Nepali for outside communication; Possible dialects: Aba (batang), Partsemdo (Tatsienlu), Dru, Garhwal, Gtsnag, Hanniu, Tod (Dzad), Lhosksad (Hloka), Ngambo (amdo), Nganshuen, Kuan (anshuen Kuan) Panakha-Panags, Paurong, Kumaun, Sipit, Takpa.

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