Know Indian Languages Before Visit | Which Language Where Speak

Know Indian Languages Before Visit | Which Language Where Speak. India has 18 languages recognized by the constitution and as many as 1600 minor languages and more than one thousand dialects. English is widely spoken and understood in most urban sectors of the country. Hindi is national language and predominantly spoken in northern states, even though due to the needs of the cross-country tourism and penetration of Hindi Films, it is understood fairly well elsewhere as well. The country’s peculiar history of assimilation of different cultures is mainly responsible for this wide variety. Hindi spoken as a mother tongue by 400 million people is India’s official language. The use of English is also enshrined in the Consitution for a wide range of official purpose, notably Communication between Hindi and non-Hindi speaking states/provinces.                                              By the beginning of the second millennium, new languages had started to emerge from all over the sub-content. These were expressions of regional aspirations, in protest against the hegemony of Sanskrit and its culture, Sanskriti. In the north, the regional dialects of Apabharamsha asserted themselves as independent languages.

The middle Indo-Aryan dialects in the east split into Bangla and Oriya. Subsequently. Bangla gave birth to Assamiya. The north-western dialects developed into Kashmiri, Sindhi, and Punjabi. The western Apabharamsha split into Hindi which till the beginning of the 19th century existed as several distinct dialects-Gujarati and Marathi. The Hindi family also interacted with the Islamic languages Persian and Arabic- and produced Urdu.

A similar movement also occurred in the south: Tamil branched into Telugu, and Tamil and Kannada dialects earlier, jointly gave birth to Malayalam. Initially, all India languages thought to have branched from Sanskrit. Gradually, the Dravidic family was noticed, the source of which was Tamil. Hindi was claimed as the mother tongue by 20.85 crores in 1971, and by 26.45 crores in 1981. At the other end of the spectrum, six of the Schedule languages- Sindhi, Nepali, Konkani, Mainpuri, Kashmiri, and Sanskrit-together do not have more than 0.75 crore speakers.

The remaining eleven languages-Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Malayalam, Marathi, Kannada, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, and Urdu are spoken by almost half the population of India. These figures show that there is a five-fold structure in terms of development, with Hindi and English at the top Next come the major literary languages such as Bengali, Oriya, Marathi, Tamil, Kannada, Punjabi, and Urdu. After this comes the other major group with a smaller number of speakers like Sindhi, Manipuri, Konkani. At the tail end are the two remaining groups languages like Kachchi, Ahirani, and Marwadi that are not recognized as separate; and languages like Bhantu which are spoken by tribal and nomadic communities.

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