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Speaking a language aloud is an essential part of communicating. Without a well-defined language, it would be impossible for people to live together and work as a group. However, languages around the world can be very different. Some countries have a lot of different ways of speaking their languages. One of these places is India. India is home to more than a billion people who come from many different countries, cultures, and religions. The country has more languages spoken than any other country in the world. Visit here- – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: 12 Most Spoken Languages in India by Number of Speakers


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12 Most Spoken Languages in India by Number of
Speakers
Speaking a language aloud is an essential part of
communicating. Without a well-defined language,
it would be impossible for people to live
together and work as a group. However, languages
around the world can be very different. Some
countries have a lot of different ways of
speaking their languages. One of
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these places is India. India is home to more than
a billion people who come from many different
countries, cultures, and religions. The country
has more languages spoken than any other country
in the world. These are the most spoken
languages in India by speakers. Hindi Most
people in India speak Hindi, which is an Indo-
Aryan language. It is written in the Devanagari
script, and along with English, it is one of the
country's two official languages. Bengali Bengali
is the second language that most people in
India speak. Bengali has a significant effect on
Persian and Arabic. Bengali is an Indo-Aryan lang
uage that is mainly
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spoken in South Asia. It is the most common
language in most states, including the
northeastern Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Old
Indo-Aryans first spoke Bengali as a secular
language that Persian and Arabic influenced.
This language is spoken differently in different
states, especially in how it is used, how it is
pronounced, what words are used, and how it is
written. Indian English English is an official
language in India, which is surprising. It is
not the second language most people in the
country speak, but it is the second official
language. This also makes India one of the places
in the world where most people speak English.
Include those who speak English as a second
language, and the total number of English
speakers comes to about 80 million. Marathi
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Marathi is the third most common language spoken
by people in India. People who live in
Maharashtra and Goa speak it. It is another
Indo-Aryan language. In the country as a whole,
8.30 crore people speak Marathi. This is 6.86
of the total population. Marathi is an Indo-Aryan
language. It is the official language of Goa and
Maharashtra, two states in the western part of
the country. Also Read AI-led English to Marathi
translation solutions can increase the
engagement of the audience Telugu Telugu is
another pervasive Indian language. A Dravidian
language, like Hindi and Bengali, has been made
an official language in more than one state. At
the moment, there are about 82 million people in
India who speak Telugu. Due to the large number
of Telegu
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people who have moved to the US, Telugu is said
to be the Indian language that is growing the
fastest. Tamil Many people speak Tamil, a
language that many people speak, not just in
India but all over the world. Singapore,
Malaysia, Myanmar, South Africa, the United
States, Mauritius, and Sri Lanka all speak this
language. The Dravidian language is one of the
few classical languages still spoken
today. Gujarati Gujarati is the sixth language
most people in India speak. Gujarati is an
Indo-Aryan language that most people in the
Gujarati state speak. Traditional Gujarati
Cuisine. In India, about 55 million people speak
Marathi. Urdu
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In India, about 5.07 billion people can speak
Urdu. It is an official language in the states
of West Bengal, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and
Kashmir, Telangana, and Jharkhand. Urdu is also
one of the official languages of Pakistan. In
India, about 50 million people speak Urdu. It is
a language often used in Bollywood movies and
local newspapers. Kannada Kannada is the seventh
most spoken language in India. People who live
in the state of Karnataka mainly use it. It is a
Dravidian language, like Tamil, and is thought to
be the oldest one in use in India. Estimates
show that Kannada is spoken in more than 20
different ways. Odia
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Odia is the official language of India. Most
people who speak Odia live in the state of
Odisha. There are 3.75 crore people in the
country who speak this language. Right now, about
37 million people in India can speak Odia. This
is 3.1 of the total population of
India. Malayalam Most Malayali people who live in
India's Lakshadweep and Puducherry territories
speak Malayalam. India is home to about 34
million people who speak Malayalam. Some of them
also live in the states of Karnataka and Tamil
Nadu. Punjabi is the eleventh most common
language in India. Many people in the Punjabi
state speak it. It is a big surprise that Punjabi
is the third most spoken language in the
UK. Because many different languages are spoken
in India, it is easy for people to talk to each
other since most Indians speak more than one
language. Most people in
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India speak English, Hindi, and their native
language. Because it is the most common way for
people in the south and north of India to talk
to each other, English is no longer seen as a
foreign language. So, you may now know which
languages are spoken the most in India, based on
how many people speak them. Also Read The
Importance of English To Malayalam Translation
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