Tibetan: Kongbo language
Audio recordings available in Tibetan: Kongbo
We do not currently have any recordings available in this language.
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)
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)
- Bhotia (ISO Language)
- Tibetan: Kongbo (Unknown)
- Bhotia: Tuth Valley (Dialect)
- Central Tibetan: Nepali (Dialect)
- Lhasa (Dialect)
- Spitti (Dialect)
- Tibetan, Central: Classical (Dialect)
- Tibetan, Central: Dbus (Unknown)
- Tibetan, Central: Gtsang (Unknown)
- Tibetan, Central: Literary (Dialect)
- Tibetan, Central: Media (Dialect)
- Tibetan, Central: Mngahris (Unknown)
- Tibetan: Colloquial (Dialect)
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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