In Tibet itself there are three main regional dialect groups; the Central Tibetan
There are thirty consonants and four main vowel modifiers (making five main vowels), described on the
Tibetan is the official language of Tibet, and in various dialects it is spoken in from Kashmir, Baltistan, Ladhakh, Zanskar, Lahoul, Spiti, Kinnaur etc of the Himalayan region in NW India, Mustang and Solo-Khumbu and all the Northern border of Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh in NE India through Northern Burma to SW and Western China.
my name is Tenzin
May all father- and mother-like sentient beings have happiness!
In Tibet itself there are three main regional dialect groups; the Central Tibetan (+/ß<ÍU+Ê) including Lhasa dialect (TÍ<ÍU+Ê), Eastern Tibetan ("0<ÍU+Ê) and Northern Tibetan (>Í0+ëÍU+Ê).
There are thirty consonants and four main vowel modifiers (making five main vowels), described on theTibetan Alphabet page. However the letter may by stacked together to give many further combinations. Letters are stacked and clustered make syllables that are spoken and written.