Three Hundred Twenty Five Recognised Languages India


India, we all know, is a land of diversity.

Look at the number of languages.

It is curiousthat we have taken English and French into our fold!

 

Agaria,

Ahirani,

Aimol,

Aiton,

Anal,

Andamanese,

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Angani,

Angika,

Ao,

Apatani,

Arabic,

Armenian,

Ashing,

Assamese,

Asuri,

Awadhi,

Badaga,

Baghelkhandi,

Bagri,

Baigani,

Bajania,

Balti,

Bangni,

Banjari,

Basturia,

Bauria,

Bawm,

Boli,

Bengali,

Bhanja- bhumia,

Bantu,

Bharmauri,

Bhairi,

Bhili,

Bhojpuri,

Bhotia,

Bhuiya,

Bhumij,

Bhunjia,

Biate,

Bilaspuri,

Birhor,

Birjia,

Bishnupriya,

Bodo,

Bokar,

Bondo,

bori,

Braj Bhasha,

Brijlal,

Bugun,

Bundelkhandi,

Burmese,

Bushari,

Chakhesang,

Chakma,

Chambilai,

Chameali,

Chang,

Changpa,

Chattisgarhi,

Chikari,

Chinali,

Chiru,

Chote,

Churasi,

Dalu,

Deori,

Dhanki,

Dhimal,

Dhodia,

Dhundhari,

Didayi,

Dimasa,

Dingal,

Dogri,

Dommari,

Droskhat/Dokpa,

Duhlian-Twang,

English, French, Gadaba, Gadiali, Gallong, Gameti, Gamit, Gangte, Garasia, Garhwali, Garo, Giarahi, Gondi, Gujarati, Gujjari, Gurung, Gutob, Hajong, Halam, Halbi, Harauti, Haryanavi, Hebrew, Himachali, Hindi, Hinduri, Hindusthani, Hmar, Ho, Hrusso, Hualngo,Irula, Jabalpuri, Jangali, Jarawa, Jaunsari, Juang, Kabui, Kachanga, Kachari, Kachchi, Kadar, Kagati, Kakbarak, Kanashi, Kangri, Kannada, Karbi, Karen, Karko, Kashmiri, Kathiawari, Khadiboli, Khaka, Khamba, Khampa, Khampti, Khampti-shan, Kharia, Khasi, Khaskura, Khatri, Kherwari, Khiangan, Khorusti, Khotta, Kinnauri, Kiradi, Kisan, Koch, Kodagu, Koi, Koireng, Kokni, Kolami, Kom, Komkar, Konda, Konicha, Konkani, Konyak, Koracha, Koraga, Korava, Korku, Korwa, Kota, Kotwalia, Kudmali, Kui, Kuki, Kulvi, Kumaoni, Kunbi, Kurukh, Kuvi, Ladakhi, Lahauli, Laihawlh, Lakher (Mara), Lalung,Lambani, Lamgang, Laotian, Laria, Lepcha, Limbu, Lisu, Lodha, Lotha, Lushai, Mag, Magahi, Magarkura, Mahal, Maithili, Majhi, Makrani, Malankudi, Malayalam, Malhar, Malto, Malvi, Manchat, Mandiali, Mangari, Mao, Maram, Marathi, Maria, Maring, Marwari, Mavchi, Meitei, Memba, Mewari, Mewati, Milang, Minyong, Miri, Mishing, Mishmi, Mizo, Monpa, Monsang, Moyon, Muduga, Multani, Mundari, Na, Nagari, Nagpuri, Naikadi, Naiki, Nati, Nepali, Nicobarese, Nimari, Nishi, Nocte, Odki, Onge, Oriya, Padam, Pahari, Paharia, Palilibo, Paite, Panchpargania, Pang, Pangi, Pangwali, Parimu, Parji, Paschima, Pasi, Pashto, Pawri, Pengo, Persian, Phom, Pochury, Punchi, Punjabi, Rai (Raikhura), Rajasthani, Ralte, Ramo, Rathi, Rengma, Riang, Sadri, Sajalong, Sambalpuri, Sangtam, Sansi, Santali, Sadra, Saraji, Sarhodi, Saurashtri, Sema, Sentinelese, Shekhawati, Sherdukpen, Sherpa, Shimong, Shina, Shompen, Sikligar, Sindhi, Singpo, Siraji, Sirmauri, Soliga, Sulung, Surajpuri,Tagin, Tai, Tamang, Tamil,Tangam, Tangkhul, Tangsa, Tataotrong, Telugu, Thado, Thar, Tharu, Tibetan, Toda, Toto, Tulu, Urdu, Vaiphei, Varli, Wagri, Wancho, Yereva, Yerukula, Yimchungre, Zakring (Meyer), Zeliang, Zemi, Zou.

The following information is derived from DM Silveira‘s INDIA BOOK 1994-95, page 61, ISBN 81-900218-2-6 published by Classic Publishers Pvt. Ltd., Goa, India.

The original author of this was Mr. Gurnek Singh

http://www.sanyal.com/india/indlang.html

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