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We would like to give you a more realistic look at the most commonly spoken languages throughout India. Exact figures for each language are in constant dispute; here are ten of those that you will likely hear most often on your Indian travels.
Sanskrit- Sanskrit is a language of ancient India with a documented history of about 3,500 years. It is the primary liturgical language of Hinduism, Sanskrit may be the least-spoken language in India but it is far from being done and dusted as census figure of 2011 shows the ancient language has earned 10,000 new speakers in a span of 10 years, a growth of 71 percent. Where speaks rarely of the rarest villages of Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Tamil Nadu, Kerala.
Hindi - Hindi is by far the most widely spoken language you will find in India, as one of only two that have been given official status. This language, with its origins in Indo Aryan Central languages, is spoken by around 366 million people across the country which equates to roughly 40% of the population. It can be heard in many states including Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.

Tamil - Tamil is the language of around 6% of the Indian population, spoken by approximately 61 million people. It is, like Telugu, from the Dravidian civilisation, and is concentrated in the states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Puducherry and Andaman and Nicobar islands.
Urdu - Urdu is spoken by around 52 million people across India, making up about 5 of the population. A language originating from the Indo Aryan Central civilization, Urdu is quite scattered across India, spoken in the states of Jammu and Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Telangana and Delhi.
Bengali - 8% of the population of India speak Bengali, making it the second most widely spoken language after Hindi with around 83 million speakers. Bengali has its roots in Indo Aryan Eastern civilization languages and will be found in the Eastern states of West Bengal, Jharkhand, Assam, and Tripura.
Gujarati - About 46 million speakers across India use the Dravidian language that is Gujarati, accounting for around 4% of the total population. If you want to hear Gujarati for yourself, you will need to visit: Gujarat, Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu.
Kannada - Under 4% of the population of India speak Kannada, equating to around 55 million people. As seems to be typical of many of India’s languages, Kannada has its roots in the Dravidian civilization. Kannada is spoken in the states of Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.
Marathi - Like Telugu, Marathi is spoken by approximately 7% of the population, with estimates of around 72 million people speaking the language on a daily basis. Marathi is an Indo Aryan Southern language, and will be found in the states of: Maharashtra, Goa, Daman and Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli.
Odia - 32 million people across India speak Odia, which is around 3% of the population. An Indo Aryan Eastern language, Odia is mostly to be found in only one location in India, which is the eastern Indian state of Odisha on the Bay of Bengal.
Telugu - Telugu from the Dravidian civilisation and is spoken by around 7% of the Indian population, or 74 million people. To hear this language for yourself, you will need to visit one of these places: the South Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Puducherry, Telangana and Andaman, or the Nicobar Islands.
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Although not as widely spoken as those featured above, Punjabi, Maithili, Kashmiri and Assamese are all languages that have a large number of speakers across India. To hear Punjabi head to Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Delhi, for Maithili, to Bihar and Nepal, Kashmiri can be found in the Kashmir Valley and Chenab regions of Jammu and Kashmir, and for Assamese, go to Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland.

What about English?

Ah, yes, the lingua franca, the language that is dominating everything and is spoken natively by around 375 million speakers across the globe. In India, English is the second official language, used as a tool for business and trade potentially more than for everyday language exchange. Around 10% of India’s population speak English, but it is only a first language for 0.019%, becoming a second language for around 125 million people.

A quick overview including a little geography lesson about the regions where you can find the most commonly spoken languages of India. We hope we have like this blog, if yes then please share it....GoodBye!

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