Lepcha Version of the Scriptures

Lepcha Version Of The Scriptures Lepcha is a dialect spoken by an aboriginal mountain-tribe in north-east India, near Darjeeling. The first attempt at a translation into that dialect was made by the Reverend W. Start, in 1855 or 1856, who printed the gospel of Matthew at his own expense. The Calcutta Auxiliary Bible Society published, in 1871, the gospels of Matthew and John, Genesis, and part of Exodus. (B.P.)

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