Bunan, also known as Gahri, Ghara, Lahuli of Bunan, Boonan, Punan, Poonan, Erankad, Keylong Boli or Bunan, is a Sino-Tibetan language spoken in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The number of people speaking the language is only approximately 4,000 in India.
According to Ethnologue, Bunan is spoken in the Gahr Valley along the Bhaga River from its confluence with the Chandra River and upstream about 25 km (16 mi). It is spoken in villages such as Biling, Kardang, Kyelang, Guskyar, Yurnad, Gumrang, Barbog, Paspara, Pyukar and Styering.
- Bunan word list (Wiktionary)
- Sharma, Suhnu Ram. 1991. Body Parts Questionnaire (Bunan). (unpublished ms. contributed to STEDT).
- Widmer, Manuel. 2014. A descriptive grammar of Bunan. Doctoral dissertation, Universität Bern.
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