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The Languages of Meghalaya

Author : Esther Syiem

Editor: Esther Syiem

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PLSI In News & Media

Times Of India Part 2 [25-May-2016]

Times of India

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Non-Scheduled Languages


The Non-Scheduled Languages of India can be viewed on this page.

Currently we have put up entries from Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh. Entries from more states will be uploaded very soon.

 
 
 

Baagli

State - Himachal Pradesh
Area spoken - Solan Janpad

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Bagadi

 State : Rajasthan

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Baghati

State - Himachal Pradesh
Area spoken - Beja, Kuthad, Mahlog, Handur, Baghal and Kunihar were included in the district of Solan

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Bagheli

State : Madhya Pradesh
Area spoken : Amarkantak, Chitrakut, Allahabad

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Bagri

State : Haryana

Area Spoken In : Haryana, Bagri language is widely distributed in the western parts of Sirsa, Fatehabad, Hisar, Bhiwani, and in parts of Mahendargarh, Jhajjar and Rewari which borders Bhiwani district

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Bagru

State : Arunachal Pradesh

 

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Bahurupi

State : Gujarat
Also spoken in : Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana and New Delhi

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Baiga

State : Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh
Area : Kabirdham, Bilaspur, Rajnandgaon, Sarguja

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Baiga - West Bengal

This language belongs to Austric family. The Jharkhandi dialect has a great impact on it. It is mostly spoken in Orissa, Singbhum, Manbhum, Chotonagpur, Gopiballavpur, Dnatan, Bnakura, Purulia, Narayangarh.

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Baigani

State : Chhatisgarh

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