The Chakma–Hajong language is a subgroup within the Tibeto-Burman language family, which is part of the larger Sino-Tibetan language family. It consists of two closely related languages: Chakma and Hajong.
- Speakers: The Chakma language is spoken primarily by the Chakma people, who are indigenous to the Chittagong Hill Tracts in Bangladesh, parts of Tripura in India, and Myanmar.
- Script: The Chakma language traditionally uses the Chakma script (Ojhapath) for writing.
- Both languages play a significant role in the respective cultures and identities of the Chakma and Hajong communities.
- Language is often intertwined with cultural practices, traditional stories, and expressions of identity.