Konkani bhasa ek bhasa hae.
|कोंकणी , Konknni, ಕೊಂಕಣಿ, കൊംകണി|
|Naam ke bole ke dhang||kõkɵɳi (standard), kõkɳi (popular)|
|Spoken in||India||Date founded||no date|
|Region||Konkan, includes the state of Goa, Karnataka, Maharashtra and some parts of Kerala
Konkani is also spoken in the United States, England, Kenya, Uganda, Pakistan, Persian Gulf, Lisbon in Portugal
|Total speakers||ca. 7.6 million|
|Writing system||Devanagari (official), Roman, Kannada, Malayalam and Arabic|
|Official language in||Goa, India|
|Regulated by||Various academies and the Government of Goa|
|ISO 639-3||kok – Macrolanguage|
gom – Goan Konkani
knn – Maharashtrian Konkani
- ↑ Whiteley, Wilfred Howell (1974). Language in Kenya. Oxford University Press,. pp. 589.
- ↑ Kurzon, Denis (2004). Where East looks West: success in English in Goa and on the Konkan Coast Volume 125 of Multilingual matters. Multilingual Matters,. pp. 158. ISBN 9781853596735.
- ↑ Devanagari has been promulgated as the official script.
- ↑ Roman script is not mandated as official script by law. However, an ordinance passed by the Government of Goa allows the use of Roman script for official communication.
- ↑ The use of Kannada script is not mandated by any law or ordinance. However, in the state of Karnataka, Konkani can be taught using the Kannada script instead of the Devanagari scirpt.
- ↑ "The Goa Daman and Diu Official Language Act" (PDF). Government of India. Retrieved 2010-03-05.
- Konkani Phrasebook at Wikivoyage
- Learn Goan Konkani online
- Learn Mangalorean GSB Konkani online
- Learn Mangalorean Catholic Konkani online
- The Origins of the Konkani Language
- An excellent article on Konkani history and literature by Goa Konkani Academi
- Online Manglorean Konkani Dictionary Project
- Online Konkani (GSB) dictionary
- World Konkani Centre, Mangalore