Languages in India
The constitution of India has recognised 22 languages as official languages for India, called Scheduled Languages. There is not one language which is spoken everywhere across India. Hindi for example is spoken by most of the northern parts of India however few people in south India will understand it. In south India the majority of people speak Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam which few people in northern India understand.
In the newly formed state of Telangana, Urdu and Telugu are official languages. Aside from the Scheduled Languages, there are other languages that are spoken by many people but i not considered a Scheduled Language. The languages are spoken by regional people and known as regional languages of India and include Rajasthani, Haryanvi, Bhili, Gondi and Tulu among others. There are also Indian languages which are not widely spoken and are considered minority languages. Among these are Mahl and Portuguese languages.
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