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The Languages of Meghalaya

Author : Esther Syiem

Editor: Esther Syiem

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The man who 'discovered' 780 Indian languages [28-Oct-2017]

When Ganesh Devy, a former professor of English, embarked on a search for India's languages, he expected to walk into a graveyard, littered with dead

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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.

 
 
 

Gadaba

State : Orissa

Area Spoken In : Semiliguda, Nandapur, Lamtaput, Laxmipur and Patangi areas of Orissa

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Gadaba

State :  Andhra Pradesh

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Gaddi

State : Himachal Pradesh

Area Spoken In : Chamba such as Banikhet, Dalhousie etc., and in the the area of Palampur in Kangra district

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Galo

State : Assam

Area Spoken In : Arunachal Pradesh’s Siang Valley has also been residing in frontier places of Assam

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Galo

State :  Arunachal Pradesh

Area Spoken In : Upper Subansiri, West Siang

 

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Gamit

State : Southern Gujarat, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh

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GANGTE

State : Manipur

Area Spoken In : districts of Churachandpur and southern part of Tamenglong

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Gara-Gan·ching

State : Meghalaya

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Garasia

State : Gujarat

Area spoken in : Between Shamalaji to Ratanpur, Amirgarh, Khedbrahma, Data

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Garhwali

State - Uttarakhand

Area spoken in - Garhwali is spoken in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand, which comprises of the districts of Uttarakashi, Chamoli, Pauri, Tehri, Dehradun and Rudraprayag. Since it is a language spread over a relatively large

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