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Why South Indian language are so different?
North Indian Languages belongs to Indo-European Language family whereas South Indian Languages belong to Dravidian Family. So they are bound to be different. However over a period of time there was a considerable influnece of Sanskrit on South Indian languages with varied degrees.
What is the least popular language in India?
Language data based on Census 2011 has revealed that Sanskrit is the least spoken of the country’s 22 scheduled languages. According to the Times of India, the number of speakers who listed it as their mother tongue was 24,821.
Which language is difficult in South Indian?
1. Malayalam. Google declares Malayalam (the official language of Kerala State) to be the most difficult language in India. When compared to any other language in India, it is both difficult to learn and to pronounce.
Which is the purest language in India?
Tamil. It is belongs to Dravidian language group and considered as the oldest language and pure language.
Which language is not an Indo Aryan family of language?
The Dardic languages are thought to be transitional with Punjabi and Pahari (e.g. Zoller describes Kashmiri as “an interlink between Dardic and West Pahāṛī”), as well as non-Indo-Aryan Nuristani; and are renowned for their relatively conservative features in the context of Proto-Indo-Aryan.
Which is older Tamil or Telugu?
3. Telugu is one the oldest languages in the world. The Dravidian languages are considered some of the oldest ever spoken. Specifically, Tamil –one of Telugu’s “cousin” languages – is recognized as having been around approximately 5,000 years ago.
Which is the 2nd most spoken language in India?
More than one million speakers
|Rank||Language||2011 Census of India (total: 1,210,854,977)|
Is Urdu Indo-Aryan?
Urdu language, member of the Indo-Aryan group within the Indo-European family of languages. Urdu is spoken as a first language by nearly 70 million people and as a second language by more than 100 million people, predominantly in Pakistan and India.
Why do North Indians promote Hindi in South India?
South India is more than just the 4 official languages (which are way older than hindi). There are several scriptless languages as well that may get lost due to Hindi Imposition. 3. Another reason that North Indians give to promote Hindi is that since majority speaks it, so South Indians should also speak it to minimise communication gap.
What is the difference between North India and South India?
India has currently 55 billionares. 51 of those 55 billionares are north Indians. South Indians are only the donkey workers of large firms put up by the Northies. South Indians speak English with a different idli wada tone with added ayiyos, aiya muthu swami. Most of South Indians are muthu tambi waiters or sh*t carriers.
What is the general perception in South India about Kannada?
For him, the lady is a Hindi speaking North Indian – has mentioned it in the answer that she knows Hindi & also used the language in the comments. General perception in South is – if a Telugu goes to Bengaluru, tries to learn Kannada.
Is Hindi a national language of India?
Hindi is not naational language of india.. the court has clarified the issue saying “Hindi can be termed as an official language of India which is used widely in official work, but there is no notification issued (by the central government) conferring any national language status to Hindi.”