Languages of India
There are several languages in India belonging to different language families, the major ones being the Indo-Aryan languages spoken by 75% of Indians and the Dravidian languages spoken by 20% of India...
Languages of India - Wikipedia
Teaching English with new gender pronouns
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Understanding The Chakras Of Planet Earth
The chakras of the earth are perfectly aligned with our own. As she awakens, so do we. In the same way we have energy bubbling up from the lowest chakra, called Mooladhara in Sanskrit, or simply the r...
Understanding The Chakras Of Planet Earth
The chakras of the earth are perfectly aligned with our own. As she awakens, so do we. In the same way we have energy bubbling up from the lowest chakra, called Mooladhara in Sanskrit, or simply the r...
Languages with official status in India
The Constitution of India designates a bilingual approach for official language of the Government of India employing usage of Hindi written in the Devanagari script, as well as English. Hindi and Engl...
Languages with official status in India - Wikipedia
Lubanki dialect
Lubanki, also known as Labanki, is an extinct Indo-Aryan language formerly spoken by the Labana tribe Punjab. It was a dialect of Punjabi.
Lubanki has been spoken in Rajasthan and Gujarat areas an...
Sidi language
Sidi, also known as Habsi (Abyssinian), is an extinct Bantu language of India, descended from Swahili. It was reported to still be spoken in the mid 20th century in Kathiawar, Gujarat.
Apabhraṃśa
Apabhraṃśa (Sanskrit: अपभ्रंश, [əpəbʱrə̃ˈɕə], Prakrit: Avahansa) is a term used by vyākaraṇin (native grammarians) since Patañjali to refer to the dialects prevalent in North India before the rise...
Tajik language
Tajik, Tajik Persian, or Tajiki, (sometimes written Tadjik or Tadzhik; тоҷикӣ, تاجیکی‎, toçikī [tɔːdʒɪˈkiː]) a South-West Iranian language that is genetically closely related to such major langu...
Tajik language - Wikipedia
Zyphe language
Zyphe (also Zophei, Zoptei, Vawngtu) is a Tibeto-Burman language originating in Burma and also spoken in India. It is spoken by 17,000 Burmese and 3,000 Indians.
Dogri language
Dogri (डोगरी or ڈوگرى) is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by about five million people in India and Pakistan, chiefly in the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh, but also in northern ...
Linguistic Survey of India
The Linguistic Survey of India, often referred to as the LSI, is a comprehensive survey of the languages of British India, describing 364 languages and dialects. It was a project the Government of In...
Puroik language
The Puroik language, also called Sulung, is a language spoken by the Puroik people of Arunachal Pradesh in India and of Lhünzê County, Tibet, in China. It is of uncertain affiliation.
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Dogri–Kangri languages
The Dogri–Kangri languages, traditionally known as Western Pahari or sometimes Himachali, are a range of languages and dialects spoken across the Himalayan range, from Pakistan to Nepal.
The Dogri...
Sankethi dialect
Sankethi is a dialect of Tamil spoken in Karnataka, India by the Sankethi people, who immigrated from Madurai and Sengottai in Tamil Nadu in the 15th century. Its vocabulary has been greatly influence...
Punjabi Suba movement
The Punjabi Suba movement aimed at creation of a Punjabi-majority subah ("province") in the Punjab region of India in the 1950s. Led by the Akali Dal, it resulted in the formation of the Punjabi-major...
Punjabi Suba movement - Wikipedia
Khowar language
Khowar (کھوار), also known as Chitrali, is an Indo-Aryan language of the Dardic branch, spoken by 240,000 people in Chitral in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, in the Ghizer district of Gilgit-Baltistan (including...
Khowar language - Wikipedia
Oriya morphology
Oriya morphology is the identification, analysis and description of the structure of morphemes and other units of meaning in the Oriya language. Morphemes (called ରୁପିମ in Oriya and pronounced Rüpémë)...
Miju language
Kaman (Geman, Geman Deng), or Miju (Miju Mishmi, Midzu), is a small language of India and slightly into China.Long assumed to be a Sino-Tibetan language, it may actually be a language isolate.In China...
Page 3 culture
Page 3 culture is the name given to tabloid culture, India's partying, high society or upper class, metropolitan culture, specifically Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore, which features on page three tabloid...