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Digaro, also Taraon or Darang,
is a Digarish language of northeastern Arunachal Pradesh, India and Zayü County, Tibet, China.
This dictionary is based on the data collected from the Taraon (Digaru) dialect of Mishmi in two field trips during the winters of 1975 and 1976, mainly in Tezu and Tafragam. Mishmi is spoken in the Lohit and the Dibang valley districts of Arunachal Pradesh. It comprises three major dialects: Taraon and Miju spoken in the Lohit valley and Idu spoken in the Dibang valley. Mishmi belongs to the Tibeto-Burman family of languages. This family, considered by many to be a branch of a larger Sino-Tibetan family, is, in terms of number of languages, the largest of any spoken in South Asia.