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Assamese is a widely spoken language of North-Eastern state of Assam. Derived from a phonetic set of characters and its Sanskrit behaviour, this language is written in Assamese script from left to right and top to bottom. Assamese evolved in 1000-1200 AD from Magadhi Prakriti.
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Baandhobi is a one-year long project under 'Science for Women's Health and Nutrition' catalysed by NCSTC, DST, Govt. of India. This episode is on 'Naa
Duration: 26:33
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Baandhobi is a one-year long project under 'Science for Women's Health and Nutrition' catalysed by NCSTC, DST, Govt. of India. This episode is on 'Japanese
Duration: 30:59
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Baandhobi is a one-year long project under 'Science for Women's Health and Nutrition' catalysed by NCSTC, DST, Govt. of India. This episode is on 'Xuswasthyar
Duration: 32:54
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Baandhobi is a one-year long project under 'Science for Women's Health and Nutrition' catalysed by NCSTC, DST, Govt. of India. This episode is on 'Hypothyroidism
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