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22 languages of India

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  2. 2. India’sIndia’s 2222 languageslanguages Hindi:Hindi: Hindi is the national language of India. Hindi isHindi is the national language of India. Hindi is spoken by 337 million people in India. Hindi is alsospoken by 337 million people in India. Hindi is also spoken in Pakistan, Nepal and Fiji. 40% of the people inspoken in Pakistan, Nepal and Fiji. 40% of the people in India speak Hindi. Hindi is the predominant language inIndia speak Hindi. Hindi is the predominant language in the Indian states and Union territories of Bihar,the Indian states and Union territories of Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh,Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar PradeshJharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Linguistic scholars refer to this area asand Uttarakhand. Linguistic scholars refer to this area as the Hindi belt.the Hindi belt. Our national songs are also sung inOur national songs are also sung in Hindi. The ministers also use the Hindi language in theirHindi. The ministers also use the Hindi language in their conversations. Hindi is also used in T.V. serials. Hindi isconversations. Hindi is also used in T.V. serials. Hindi is also considered as a subject in schools. News are alsoalso considered as a subject in schools. News are also spoken in Hindi language.spoken in Hindi language.
  3. 3. Gujarati:Gujarati: Gujarati is spoken in the western part of India.Gujarati is spoken in the western part of India. Gujarati is also spoken in Pakistan, South Africa,Gujarati is also spoken in Pakistan, South Africa, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, USA, UK, Australia, NewUganda, Tanzania, Kenya, USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Canada, Zimbabwe. Gujarati serials areZealand, Fiji, Canada, Zimbabwe. Gujarati serials are watched in the channelwatched in the channel ‘ETV Gujarati’‘ETV Gujarati’ and ‘and ‘Z Gujarati’Z Gujarati’ There are 46 million people in India who speakThere are 46 million people in India who speak Gujarati. Gujarati is also considered as a subject inGujarati. Gujarati is also considered as a subject in schools. Some poets of ancient times used to rightschools. Some poets of ancient times used to right poems in Gujarati language. Some ministers likepoems in Gujarati language. Some ministers like Narendra Modi, the chief minister of Gujarat alsoNarendra Modi, the chief minister of Gujarat also proclaim to the people of Gujarat in Gujarati language.proclaim to the people of Gujarat in Gujarati language. Our great leader and the father of the nation MahatmaOur great leader and the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhiji’s mother tongue was Gujarati.Gandhiji’s mother tongue was Gujarati.
  4. 4. Sanskrit:Sanskrit: Sanskrit is a language which was normallySanskrit is a language which was normally used by poets in the king’s court. Kalidas, the greatused by poets in the king’s court. Kalidas, the great poet always used to write in Sanskrit language. Therepoet always used to write in Sanskrit language. There are 49,736 people in India who speak Sanskrit.are 49,736 people in India who speak Sanskrit. Sanskrit is spoken in India and Nepal. Recital ofSanskrit is spoken in India and Nepal. Recital of Sanskrit shlokas as background chorus in films,Sanskrit shlokas as background chorus in films, television advertisements and as slogans fortelevision advertisements and as slogans for corporate organizations has become a trend. Sanskritcorporate organizations has become a trend. Sanskrit is also considered as a language in schools. Sanskritis also considered as a language in schools. Sanskrit channels are also very popular. Sanskrit is consideredchannels are also very popular. Sanskrit is considered as the language of Gods.as the language of Gods.
  5. 5. Marathi:Marathi: Marathi is spoken in India, Mauritius and Israel.Marathi is spoken in India, Mauritius and Israel. In India Marathi is spoken in Maharashtra, parts ofIn India Marathi is spoken in Maharashtra, parts of Goa, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, AndhraGoa, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Dadra-Nagar-Haveli andPradesh, Tamil Nadu, Dadra-Nagar-Haveli and Daman-Diu. There are 90 million people speakingDaman-Diu. There are 90 million people speaking Marathi. Since 1630, Marathi regained prominenceMarathi. Since 1630, Marathi regained prominence with the rise of the loose-knit Maratha empirewith the rise of the loose-knit Maratha empire beginning with the reign of Chhatrapati Shivaji. Afterbeginning with the reign of Chhatrapati Shivaji. After the Indian independence, Marathi was accorded thethe Indian independence, Marathi was accorded the status of a scheduled language on the national level.status of a scheduled language on the national level. Marathi channels are seen in the channelMarathi channels are seen in the channel ‘ETV‘ETV Marathi.’Marathi.’
  6. 6. Kashmiri:Kashmiri: Kashmiri is spoken in Uttar Pradesh, Delhi,Kashmiri is spoken in Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir. It is also spoken inPunjab and Jammu and Kashmir. It is also spoken in Pakistan. There are 4.6 million people speakingPakistan. There are 4.6 million people speaking Kashmiri language. In 1919 George AbrahamKashmiri language. In 1919 George Abraham Grierson said that ‘Kashmir is only the DardicGrierson said that ‘Kashmir is only the Dardic language that has literature. There is only one onlinelanguage that has literature. There is only one online newspaper in Kashmiri language but there arenewspaper in Kashmiri language but there are magazines written in Kashmiri. Mahmud Gami, amagazines written in Kashmiri. Mahmud Gami, a famous writer always used to write poetry in Kashmirifamous writer always used to write poetry in Kashmiri language.language.
  7. 7. Bengali:Bengali: Bengali is spoken in India and Bangladesh.Bengali is spoken in India and Bangladesh. There are 230 million people speaking Bengali. InThere are 230 million people speaking Bengali. In India in West Bengal and Tripura Bengali is spoken.India in West Bengal and Tripura Bengali is spoken. 98% of Bangladesh speaks Bengali. Bengali is also98% of Bangladesh speaks Bengali. Bengali is also spoken in Middle East and West and Malaysia.spoken in Middle East and West and Malaysia. Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly used to speakFormer Indian captain Sourav Ganguly used to speak in Bengali. Bengali news channels are also veryin Bengali. Bengali news channels are also very famous. The National Anthem of India andfamous. The National Anthem of India and Bangladesh were written in Marathi by RabindranathBangladesh were written in Marathi by Rabindranath Tagore.Tagore.
  8. 8. Oriya:Oriya: Oriya is spoken in India in Orrisa. There are 31Oriya is spoken in India in Orrisa. There are 31 million people who speak Oriya. Oriya literature mainlymillion people who speak Oriya. Oriya literature mainly of religion, god and goddess. Sarala-dasa was the firsof religion, god and goddess. Sarala-dasa was the first great poet of Oriya. Rai Bahadur Rathna Ray,great poet of Oriya. Rai Bahadur Rathna Ray, Madhusudana Rao, Phakiramohana Senapati wereMadhusudana Rao, Phakiramohana Senapati were the three great poets who composed their own Oriyathe three great poets who composed their own Oriya language. Arjun-dasa, a poet wrote the longest poemlanguage. Arjun-dasa, a poet wrote the longest poem in Oriya. Criticism, essays and history have alwaysin Oriya. Criticism, essays and history have always been major lines writing in Oriya.been major lines writing in Oriya.
  9. 9. Punjabi:Punjabi: Punjabi is spoken in Pakistan, India, UK, USA,Punjabi is spoken in Pakistan, India, UK, USA, Canada and Dubai. In India Punjabi is spoken inCanada and Dubai. In India Punjabi is spoken in Punjab. There are 104 million people speaking Punjabi.Punjab. There are 104 million people speaking Punjabi. It is also spoken in Punjab of Pakistan, Lahore,It is also spoken in Punjab of Pakistan, Lahore, Amritsar, Firozpur, Faislabad and a part of Kashmir. InAmritsar, Firozpur, Faislabad and a part of Kashmir. In UK Punjabi is the most commonly used language in theUK Punjabi is the most commonly used language in the world. In Canada it is the 5world. In Canada it is the 5thth most commonly usedmost commonly used language. It is the 11language. It is the 11thth most spoken language in themost spoken language in the world. It is spoken by the Indian bowlers RP Singh,world. It is spoken by the Indian bowlers RP Singh, Harbhajan Singh and the Indian batsman Navjod SinghHarbhajan Singh and the Indian batsman Navjod Singh Siddhu. It is also spoken by England’s bowler MontySiddhu. It is also spoken by England’s bowler Monty Panesar.Panesar.
  10. 10. Urdu:Urdu: It is spoken in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, UAE,It is spoken in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, UAE, Saudi-Arabia, Mauritius, Germany, USA, Iran,Saudi-Arabia, Mauritius, Germany, USA, Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Maldives, ThereAfghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Maldives, There are 160 million people speaking Urdu. In India inare 160 million people speaking Urdu. In India in Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh,Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir and Bihar Urdu is spoken.Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir and Bihar Urdu is spoken. Urdu is the national language of Pakistan. The words ofUrdu is the national language of Pakistan. The words of Urdu are taken from Persian and Arabic language andUrdu are taken from Persian and Arabic language and the numbers of Urdu are taken from Turkish,the numbers of Urdu are taken from Turkish, Portuguese and English language. Urdu has became aPortuguese and English language. Urdu has became a literary language in recent centuries. Mirza Ghalib wasliterary language in recent centuries. Mirza Ghalib was a well known poet of Urdu, therefore Urdu is a premiera well known poet of Urdu, therefore Urdu is a premier language of South Asia since two centuries.language of South Asia since two centuries.
  11. 11. Telugu:Telugu: Telugu is spoken in USA, Malaysia, Mauritius,Telugu is spoken in USA, Malaysia, Mauritius, South Africa, Ireland, Fiji, UK, Trinidad, Reunion, UAESouth Africa, Ireland, Fiji, UK, Trinidad, Reunion, UAE and Bahrain. Telugu is spoken in India in the state ofand Bahrain. Telugu is spoken in India in the state of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Orrisa,Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Orrisa, Chattisgarh. Telugu is used in Carnatic music, theChattisgarh. Telugu is used in Carnatic music, the classical music of South India. Gonabudda Redyclassical music of South India. Gonabudda Redy wrote the Ramayana in Telugu language. Kandukuriwrote the Ramayana in Telugu language. Kandukuri Viresalingam Pantulu was known as the father ofViresalingam Pantulu was known as the father of Telugu literature.Telugu literature.
  12. 12. Tamil:Tamil: It is spoken in India, Sri Lanka, Singapore,It is spoken in India, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Malaysia, Dubai, Mauritius, Fiji, Reunion, TrinidadMalaysia, Dubai, Mauritius, Fiji, Reunion, Trinidad South Africa, Guyana, Suriname and Tobago. In IndiaSouth Africa, Guyana, Suriname and Tobago. In India it is official language in Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry.it is official language in Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry. There are 77 million people speaking Tamil. Tamil’sThere are 77 million people speaking Tamil. Tamil’s literature is 2200 years old. Tamil script has 12 vowelsliterature is 2200 years old. Tamil script has 12 vowels and 247 characters. More than 55% of epigraphicaland 247 characters. More than 55% of epigraphical inscriptions in India were found in Tamil language.inscriptions in India were found in Tamil language. Tamil shows are also very popular.Tamil shows are also very popular.
  13. 13. Malayalam:Malayalam: It is spoken in India, Singapore andIt is spoken in India, Singapore and Malaysia. It is spoken in region of KeralaMalaysia. It is spoken in region of Kerala Lakshadweep, Mahé in Pondicherry ,Arab regions, theLakshadweep, Mahé in Pondicherry ,Arab regions, the United Kingdom the United States and Canada. It isUnited Kingdom the United States and Canada. It is an official language of Kerala, Lakshwadeep andan official language of Kerala, Lakshwadeep and Pondicherry. There are 37 million people speakingPondicherry. There are 37 million people speaking Malayalam. Malayalam is also ahead in literature.Malayalam. Malayalam is also ahead in literature. Chanakya’s Arthashastra was also written byChanakya’s Arthashastra was also written by Bhashakautaliyam in Malayalam.Bhashakautaliyam in Malayalam.
  14. 14. Assamese:Assamese: It is spoken in India and Bangladesh. It isIt is spoken in India and Bangladesh. It is spoken in the state of Assam in India. There arespoken in the state of Assam in India. There are 1,30,79,696 speakers of Assamese. This language1,30,79,696 speakers of Assamese. This language was discovered in the 9was discovered in the 9thth century. In the middle of thecentury. In the middle of the 19th century the dialect spoken in the Sibsagar area19th century the dialect spoken in the Sibsagar area came into focus because it was made the officialcame into focus because it was made the official language of the state by the British and because thelanguage of the state by the British and because the Christian missionaries based their work in this region.Christian missionaries based their work in this region. Now the Assamese spoken in and around Guwahati,Now the Assamese spoken in and around Guwahati, located geographically in the middle of the Assameselocated geographically in the middle of the Assamese spoken region, is accepted as the standardspoken region, is accepted as the standard Assamese. The Assamese taught in schools and usedAssamese. The Assamese taught in schools and used in newspapers today has evolved and incorporatedin newspapers today has evolved and incorporated elements from different dialects of the language.elements from different dialects of the language.
  15. 15. Nepali:Nepali: It is spoken in Nepal, India and Bhutan. TheIt is spoken in Nepal, India and Bhutan. The influence of Nepali language can also be seen ininfluence of Nepali language can also be seen in Bhutan and some parts of Myanmar. There areBhutan and some parts of Myanmar. There are approximately 40 million speakers of Nepali. It isapproximately 40 million speakers of Nepali. It is spoken in the state of Sikkim in India. Nepali is alsospoken in the state of Sikkim in India. Nepali is also called Gorkhali or Gurkhali, "the language of thecalled Gorkhali or Gurkhali, "the language of the Gurkhas, "and Parbatiya, "the language of theGurkhas, "and Parbatiya, "the language of the mountains." Many other Nepalese speak it as amountains." Many other Nepalese speak it as a second language, however its imposition as the solesecond language, however its imposition as the sole official language in the education system, courts andofficial language in the education system, courts and government has become increasingly controversialgovernment has become increasingly controversial and was an important issue in the 1996-2006 civil war.and was an important issue in the 1996-2006 civil war.
  16. 16. Manipuri:Manipuri: Manipuri language is also known as MeiteiManipuri language is also known as Meitei language. It is spoken in Northeast India, Bangladeshlanguage. It is spoken in Northeast India, Bangladesh and Myanmar. Manipuri is also spoken in the Indianand Myanmar. Manipuri is also spoken in the Indian states of Assam and Tripura, and in Bangladesh andstates of Assam and Tripura, and in Bangladesh and Myanmar.Myanmar. There are 3.3 million people speaking thisThere are 3.3 million people speaking this language. It is the official language in governmentlanguage. It is the official language in government offices in Manipur. Manipuri is taught as a subject upoffices in Manipur. Manipuri is taught as a subject up to the Post-graduate level in Universities of India,to the Post-graduate level in Universities of India, apart from being a medium of instruction up to theapart from being a medium of instruction up to the undergraduate level in Manipur.undergraduate level in Manipur.
  17. 17. Kannada:Kannada: It is spoken in India,significant communities inIt is spoken in India,significant communities in USA, Australia, UK, United Arab Emirates. It is spokenUSA, Australia, UK, United Arab Emirates. It is spoken in Karnataka, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Andhrain Karnataka, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh in India. There are 44 million people speakinPradesh in India. There are 44 million people speaking Kannada. It is 27Kannada. It is 27thth most spoken language in the world.most spoken language in the world. The first written record in the Kannada language isThe first written record in the Kannada language is traced to Emperor Ashoka‘s Brahmagiritraced to Emperor Ashoka‘s Brahmagiri edict datededict dated 230 BC. Kannada inscriptions were not only230 BC. Kannada inscriptions were not only discovered in Karnataka but also quite commonly indiscovered in Karnataka but also quite commonly in Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu. CoinsAndhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu. Coins with Kannada legends have been discoveredwith Kannada legends have been discovered spanning the rule of the Western Ganga Dynasty, thespanning the rule of the Western Ganga Dynasty, the Badami Chalukyas, the Alupas, the WesternBadami Chalukyas, the Alupas, the Western Chalukyas, the Rashtrakutas, the Hoysalas, etc.Chalukyas, the Rashtrakutas, the Hoysalas, etc. Chalukya coins being a recent discovery.Chalukya coins being a recent discovery.
  18. 18. Konkani:Konkani: It is spoken in Goa, Maharashtra, coastalIt is spoken in Goa, Maharashtra, coastal Karnataka in India. It spread to these regions beforeKarnataka in India. It spread to these regions before 500 years. The language spread to Canara or Karaval500 years. The language spread to Canara or Karaval Kokan-patta division of and Kerala during the last 500Kokan-patta division of and Kerala during the last 500 years due to migration of Konkanis. Although a fewyears due to migration of Konkanis. Although a few Konkani's may have been present in the neighboringKonkani's may have been present in the neighboring areas and there may have been migrations due toareas and there may have been migrations due to economic reasons in the past, the main cause ofeconomic reasons in the past, the main cause of migration was the Portuguese control over Goa. It wasmigration was the Portuguese control over Goa. It was spread to these areas by Hindu Konkani and Christianspread to these areas by Hindu Konkani and Christian Konkani speakers in three waves of migration. TheKonkani speakers in three waves of migration. The first migration occurred during the early years offirst migration occurred during the early years of Portuguese rule. The second wave of migration wasPortuguese rule. The second wave of migration was during the war with the Sultan of Bijapur. The thirdduring the war with the Sultan of Bijapur. The third wave of migration happened during the wars with thewave of migration happened during the wars with the Marathas. There are 7.6 million people speakingMarathas. There are 7.6 million people speaking Konkani language.Konkani language.
  19. 19. Bodo:Bodo: Bodo a Tibeto-Burman language spoken by theBodo a Tibeto-Burman language spoken by the Bodo people of north-eastern India, Nepal andBodo people of north-eastern India, Nepal and Bangladesh. The language is one of the officialBangladesh. The language is one of the official languages of the Indian state of Assam There arelanguages of the Indian state of Assam There are 6,03,000 speakers of Bodo. It is a major language of6,03,000 speakers of Bodo. It is a major language of the Bodo group under the Assam-Burmese group ofthe Bodo group under the Assam-Burmese group of language. The language was introduced as thelanguage. The language was introduced as the medium of instruction in 1963 in the primary schools imedium of instruction in 1963 in the primary schools in Bodo dominated areas.Bodo dominated areas.
  20. 20. Dogri:Dogri: It is spoken in India and Pakistan. In India it isIt is spoken in India and Pakistan. In India it is spoken in Jammu, Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh,spoken in Jammu, Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab. There are 2 million people speaking Dogri.Punjab. There are 2 million people speaking Dogri. Dogri speakers are called Dogras. The language isDogri speakers are called Dogras. The language is referred to as Pahari in Pakistan and Pakistani-referred to as Pahari in Pakistan and Pakistani- administered parts of Kashmir. Dogri has anadministered parts of Kashmir. Dogri has an established tradition of poetry, fiction and dramaticestablished tradition of poetry, fiction and dramatic works. Dogri programming features regularly on Radioworks. Dogri programming features regularly on Radio Kashmir a division of All India Radio and DoordarshanKashmir a division of All India Radio and Doordarshan (Indian state television) broadcasts in Jammu and(Indian state television) broadcasts in Jammu and Kashmir. However, Dogri does not have a dedicatedKashmir. However, Dogri does not have a dedicated state television channel yet, unlike Kashmiri which hasstate television channel yet, unlike Kashmiri which has the Doordarshan Koshur channel, available on cablethe Doordarshan Koshur channel, available on cable and satellite television throughout India.and satellite television throughout India.
  21. 21. Maithili:Maithili: It is spoken in India and Nepal. It is spoken inIt is spoken in India and Nepal. It is spoken in Bihar in India. There are 45 million people speakingBihar in India. There are 45 million people speaking Maithili. The term Maithili comes from Mithila, whichMaithili. The term Maithili comes from Mithila, which was an independent state in ancient times. The mostwas an independent state in ancient times. The most famous literary figure in Maithili is the poet Vidyapati.famous literary figure in Maithili is the poet Vidyapati. He is credited for raising the importance of 'people'sHe is credited for raising the importance of 'people's language', i.e. Maithili, in the official work of the statelanguage', i.e. Maithili, in the official work of the state by influencing the Maharaja of Darbhanga with theby influencing the Maharaja of Darbhanga with the quality of his poetry. The state's official language usedquality of his poetry. The state's official language used to be Sanskrit, which distanced common people fromto be Sanskrit, which distanced common people from the state and its functions. The name Maithili is alsothe state and its functions. The name Maithili is also one of the names of Sita, the consort of Rama.one of the names of Sita, the consort of Rama.
  22. 22. Santali:Santali: Santali is a language in the Mundra subfamilySantali is a language in the Mundra subfamily of Austro-Asiatic, related to Ho and Mundari.of Austro-Asiatic, related to Ho and Mundari. It isIt is spoken in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal.spoken in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal. There are 60,05,000 of Santhali. Most of its speakersThere are 60,05,000 of Santhali. Most of its speakers live in India, in the states of Jharkhand, Assam, Bihar,live in India, in the states of Jharkhand, Assam, Bihar, Orrisa, Tripura, and West Bengal. It has its ownOrrisa, Tripura, and West Bengal. It has its own alphabet, known as Ol Chiki, but literacy is very low,alphabet, known as Ol Chiki, but literacy is very low, between 10 and 30%. Santali is spoken by thebetween 10 and 30%. Santali is spoken by the Santhals.Santhals.
  23. 23. Sindhi:Sindhi: It is spoken in Pakistan, India, Hong Kong,It is spoken in Pakistan, India, Hong Kong, Oman, Philippines, Singapore, UAE, UK, USA. ThereOman, Philippines, Singapore, UAE, UK, USA. There are 21.3 million people speaking Sindhi. Sindhi isare 21.3 million people speaking Sindhi. Sindhi is taught as a first language in the schools of south-easttaught as a first language in the schools of south-east Pakistan. In India especially in the State ofPakistan. In India especially in the State of Maharashtra many educational institutions managedMaharashtra many educational institutions managed by Sindhi community and in the schools of suchby Sindhi community and in the schools of such society Sindhi is taught either as the medium ofsociety Sindhi is taught either as the medium of instruction or as a subject Sindhi language has a vastinstruction or as a subject Sindhi language has a vast vocabulary; this has made it a favourite of manyvocabulary; this has made it a favourite of many writers and consequently much literature and poetrywriters and consequently much literature and poetry have been written in Sindhi. Dialects of Sindhi arehave been written in Sindhi. Dialects of Sindhi are spoken in southern Punjab, Balochistan, Northwestspoken in southern Punjab, Balochistan, Northwest province of Pakistan, and also Gujarat as well asprovince of Pakistan, and also Gujarat as well as Rajasthan in India.Rajasthan in India.
  24. 24. These are the languages of India. You should now beThese are the languages of India. You should now be proud of your country who gives respect to thoseproud of your country who gives respect to those languages. As you saw that the languages of India arelanguages. As you saw that the languages of India are also used by other countries. You now understandalso used by other countries. You now understand how important these languages are.how important these languages are.
  25. 25. Speaker of Hindi:Speaker of Hindi: Speaker of Gujarati:Speaker of Gujarati: Speaker of Punjabi:Speaker of Punjabi: Speaker of Marathi:Speaker of Marathi:
  26. 26. Speaker of Sanskrit:Speaker of Sanskrit: Speaker of Malayalam:Speaker of Malayalam: Speaker of Urdu:Speaker of Urdu: Speaker of Tamil:Speaker of Tamil:
  27. 27. Speaker of Bengali:Speaker of Bengali: Speaker of Kashmiri:Speaker of Kashmiri: Speaker of Nepali:Speaker of Nepali: Speaker of Manipuri:Speaker of Manipuri:
  28. 28. Speaker of Assamese:Speaker of Assamese: Speaker of Oriya:Speaker of Oriya: Speaker of Kannada:Speaker of Kannada: Speaker of Bodo:Speaker of Bodo:
  29. 29. Speaker of Dogri:Speaker of Dogri: Speaker of Sindhi:Speaker of Sindhi: Speaker of Maithili:Speaker of Maithili: Speaker of Santali:Speaker of Santali:
  30. 30. Speaker of Telugu:Speaker of Telugu: Speaker of Konkani:Speaker of Konkani:
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