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When to Translate to Assamese

We briefly introduced this language when we spoke about Nepali. Both languages have a common root in that they derive from the Indo-Aryan or Indic languages. As a general clarification, these are the languages that are spoken mostly in India. The following may also be associated to this group of languages: Hindi, Nepali, Punjabi, Bengali, […]

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How Many Languages in India: Oriya

Oriya is one of the official languages of India. It takes its name from the Indian state of Orissa, the principal place it’s spoken, though it is also used in other states such as Bengal, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh. Beyond India… The diaspora has spread beyond India’s borders into other continents. In Asia: Bangladesh, […]

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Where Nepali Is Spoken

We have written a few posts on introducing, slowly, the world of ​​Indo-Aryan or Indic languages (a subset of languages ​​belonging to the group of Indo-European languages, more specifically those that are spoken for the most part in India). The main languages ​​of this linguistic group are Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, Marathi, Bahari and Assamese. The […]

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Another Dravidian Language: Tamil

It is thought that this Dravidian language (all languages spoken in southeastern India) comes from Brahmin writing, whose origin is rather uncertain. More than 55 million people speak it in India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Canada, the United States, the U.K. and Australia. Its writing system is best suited for literary Tamil, Centamil, but […]

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Where is Marathi spoken?

In other posts we have talked about other Indo-Aryan languages, and we said that these languages are included in the group of Indo-European languages. All Indo-Aryan languages ​​originate from Sanskrit. Marathi is one of the most widely spoken languages ​​in India, mainly in the western and central areas. While a Hindu can distinguish one language […]

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