Published October 13, 2015
Taken from the YouTube video: Aymara is spoken by nearly 3 million people in the Andean nation of Bolivia, where it is co-official alongside Quechua and Spanish, as well as in parts of Chile and Peru, where it is regionally recognized. It is the eponymous member of the Aymaran language family, which consists of only one other language, Jaqaru, spoken in central Peru. In recent decades, there has been an increase in the production Aymara-language media, including the Wikipidiya Amar aru, and the Aymara edition of Global Voices Online. Read more on Wikipedia: http://bit.ly/1N9J4z1.