With the death of Mr William Rozario, the last speaker of Cochin
creole Portuguese, one more language disappeared in India. A few
months back, with the death of a woman, Bo language was disappeared
in Andaman Nicobar islands. Now the researchers know only a few words
used in these languages!
Cochin creole Portuguese is a blend of Portuguese and Malayalam. It
is different from Portuguese language spoken in other places.
several species of endangered plants and animals, world is facing the
death of several cultures and languages. Now the question arises, who
is responsible for this? Is it a natural process or an after-effect
of modernization? Is it due to our ignorance?
Courtesy: The Hindu News paper, Kochi.http://www.thehindu.com/life-and-style/society/article795353.ece