The Bodo-Garo subgroup of languages, spoken in Assam and Meghalaya, Northeast India, falls under the larger subgroup Bodo-Koch with Tibeto-Burman. Despite controversies surrounding the classification of other Tibeto-Burman languages, Bodo-Garo is a well defined subgroup that is not disputed. Within Bodo-Garo, there are two major branches, Bodo and Garo. Garo consists of the various dialects of Garo spoken in the Garo Hills in the west of Meghalaya.
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