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325 Languages of Bharat!





From: Venkatesha Murthy <vmurthy@informix.com>

 
Here is some interesting information  : 
Total of 325 languages spoken in Bharat : 
The 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. Complied from India-D. 
 
Can you spot your language ?
 
    Agaria, Ahirani, Aimol, Aiton, Anal, Andamanese, Angani, Angika, 
Ao, Apatani, Arabic, Armenian, Ashing, Assamese, Asuri, Awadhi, 
Badaga, Baghelkhandi, Bagri, Baigani, Bajania, Balti, Bangni, 
Banjari, Basturia, Bauria, Bawm, Bazigar 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, Vaiphel, Varli, 
Wagri, Wancho, Yereva, Yerukula, Yimchungre, Zakring (Meyer), 
Zeliang, Zemi, Zou.