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Maithili, India

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Language Overview

Maithili. Family: Indo-Aryan, Indo-European. Predominantly spoken in Bihar and Jharkhand, India, and parts of Nepal. Approx. 34 million speakers.
Market Insights
Growing digital presence. Radio and TV are popular. Youth increasingly consuming content online.
Cultural Context
Formality varies; respect in language important. Rich in folklore and traditions.
Writing System and Typography
Uses both Devanagari and Tirhuta scripts. LTR flow. Specific font requirements for scripts.
Phonetics and Phonology
Complex phonetics with aspirated and unaspirated sounds. Tonal language, making pronunciation a challenge.
Grammatical Structure
Subject-Object-Verb (SOV). Complex verb inflections. Tense, aspect, and mood are significant.
Media and Text Layout
Text may expand by 15-20% in translation. Approximately 30-32 characters per line ideal for subtitles.
Localization Challenges
Culturally sensitive content translation. Balancing modern and traditional expressions.
Technical Considerations
Unicode support crucial, especially for Tirhuta script. Compatibility with regional digital platforms.
Other information
Famous for its rich literary history and cultural festivals.
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