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Cómo decir te quiero en 101 idiomas diferentes

Cómo decir te quiero en 101 idiomas diferentes

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Cómo decir te quiero en konkani (India): Tu magel moga cho

Cómo decir te quiero en 101 idiomas diferentes

Cómo decir te quiero en konkani (India): Tu magel moga cho

Konkani Language Translator for Blackberry Mobiles

Konkani Language Translator for Blackberry Mobiles

There are various attempts made to revive the Konkani language through various government schemes and promotions. But, still there is no visibility of this language on a mass scale, especially among Goan youth.

There are various attempts made to revive the Konkani language through various government schemes and promotions. But, still there is no visibility of this language on a mass scale, especially among Goan youth.

Advertise In #Konkani #Language Locally/Globally - #translator #interpreter

Advertise In #Konkani #Language Locally/Globally - #translator #interpreter

Distribution of the Konkani Language in India

Distribution of the Konkani Language in India

A History of Konkani Literature: From 1500 to 1992 by Manoharrai Sardessai. This book traces the evolution of the Konkani language and is a good reference for those interested in its development. Published by the Sahitya Akademi

A History of Konkani Literature: From 1500 to 1992 by Manoharrai Sardessai. This book traces the evolution of the Konkani language and is a good reference for those interested in its development. Published by the Sahitya Akademi

Ambot Tik yet another Goan speciality.   ‘Ambot’  means 'sour' and ‘Tik’ means  'spicy' in Konkani language. Here, I have used dry kokum and vinegar as the souring agent and red dry chilies for the spice. Enjoy this Goan specialty along with hot steamed rice! Prepared this ambot tik today with the catfish caught by my husband who is very fond of fishing.

Ambot Tik yet another Goan speciality. ‘Ambot’ means 'sour' and ‘Tik’ means 'spicy' in Konkani language. Here, I have used dry kokum and vinegar as the souring agent and red dry chilies for the spice. Enjoy this Goan specialty along with hot steamed rice! Prepared this ambot tik today with the catfish caught by my husband who is very fond of fishing.

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