In English language there are vowels and consonants. Likewise, in Bengali also there are vowels and consonants. The difference is that in Bengali all the vowels appear in the beginning and the consonants form another group. The standard Bengali alphabet has 13 vowels and 28 consonants, including 6 nasalied vowels.
Let's start with vowels.
In Bengali, they are also called `Sworoborno (স্বরবর্ণ)`. Bengali alphabet has eight vowels, a semi vowel and two diphthongs. All of these are used in both Bengali and Assamese languages.
In Bengali, they are called `Banjonborna (ব্যঞ্জনবর্ণ)`. Like most of other language, Bengali consonants too cannot be pronounced without help of vowel.
Bengali numerals are the symbols used to write numbers in the Bengali script. They are used to write decimal numbers, instead of the latin numbers.
Bengali (বাংলা, baŋla), is an Indo-Aryan language spoken mainly in Bengal region of Indian subcontinent. It is spoken by over 228 million native speakers and another 27 million as second language. Bangla is the official language in Bangladesh and Bengal region of India. It is written in the Bengali-Assamese script. Below is the quick summary:
|Native Name:||Bangla (বাংলা)|
|Number of Speakers:||228 million|
|Spoken in:||Bangladesh, India (West Bengal, Assam, Tripura, Jharkhand)|
|Status:||Official language of Bangladesh|
|Two digit language code:||bn|
Below is a list of complete Bengali Bornomala Chart
|U. S Dollar||1 Dollar ($)||108.0015 Taka|
|UK Pound||1 Pound (£)||134.5424 Taka|
|Euro||1 Euro||115.7145 Taka|
|Saudi Riyal||1 S. Riyal||28.8016 Taka|
|Bahrain Dinar||1 Dinar||286.2634 Taka|
|Qatari Riyal||1 Q. Riyal||29.6703 Taka|