What was the first language of India?
It is believed that all the languages of the world have originated from Sanskrit somewhere. The Sanskrit language has been spoken since 5,000 years before Christ. Sanskrit is still the official language of India.
Is Hindi the first language in the world?
As a linguistic variety, Hindi is the fourth most-spoken first language in the world, after Mandarin, Spanish and English. Hindi alongside Urdu as Hindustani is the third most-spoken language in the world, after Mandarin and English….
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Is Hindi a mother tongue of India?
According to 2001 Census, 53.6\% of the Indian population declared that they speak Hindi as either their first or second language, in which 41\% of them have declared it as their native language or mother tongue. 12\% of Indians declared that they can speak English as a second language.
Who invented Hindi language?
like other indo Aryan languages ,hindi is the direct descendant of early form of vaedic Sanskrit.it emerged in 7th century A.D. it is not invented by anybody.
What was the first human language?
The Proto-Human language (also Proto-Sapiens, Proto-World) is the hypothetical direct genetic predecessor of all the world’s spoken languages. It would not be ancestral to sign languages.
Why is Hindi the most spoken language in India?
Hindi was chosen as the official language because it seems to be the language which cuts across all other Indian languages. Each state chooses to be limited to the aspect of Hindi that is being spoken by them. This is what has constituted the various languages that exist in India.
What languages are similar to Hindi in India?
Languages similar to or like Hindi Hindustani language Lingua franca of Northern India and Pakistan. Urdu Persianised standard register of the Hindustani language. Hindi Belt Linguistic region encompassing parts of northern, central, eastern and western India where Hindi are widely spoken.
Which Indian language should I learn?
If you want to travel south India then English would do, otherwise you have to learn four different languages (one for each state) – Tamil for Tamil Nadu, Malayalam for Kerala, Kannad for Karnataka, Telugu for Andhra Pradesh (and probably for Telengana too). My knowledge about the north east is very limited.
Is Hindi and Indian the same thing?
The root of both the words Hindi and Hindu are the same —“Hind”. This was the name given to India by Persians as the first Indians lived on the banks of Indus also known as Sindhu which Persians referred to as Hindu.