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Category:Languages of India

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Revision as of 09:00, 9 December 2019


Most widely spoken languages of India

  1. Hindi
  2. English
  3. Bengali
  4. Marathi
  5. Telegu
  6. Tamil
  7. Malayalam
  8. Kashmiri
  9. Urdu
  10. Sanskrit


Name Language Stems Covergae Loctaion
Apertium-hin Hindi 37,833 ~83.1% Apertium-hin
Apertium-urd Urdu 14,943 ~64.6% Apertium-urd

Existing language pairs

Language pairs Language 1 Language 2
apertium-urd-hin Urdu Hindi
apertium-eng-hin English Hindi
apertium-as-hi Assamese Hindi
apertium-bn-hi Bengali Hindi
apertium-guj-hin Gujarati Hindi
apertium-hin-pan Hindi Punjabi
apertium-mar-hin Marathi Hindi
apertium-snd-hin Sindhi Hindi
apertium-urd-pan Urdu Punjabi
apertium-urd-snd Urdu Sindhi


This table summarizes the vulnerability of various Indian languages. Vulnerability data is derived from the ‘Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger, © UNESCO, http://www.unesco.org/culture/languages-atlas’,IASSCORE and Wikipedia.

Language Status ISO 639-3 State where language is spoken
Aimol Critically endangered aim Manipur
Baghati Critically endangered bfz Himachal Pradesh
Bellari Critically endangered brw Karnataka
Gadaba Critically endangered gdb, gau Andhra Pradesh
Handuri Critically endangered hii Himachal Pradesh
Koraga Vulnerable nbe Karnataka
Kuruba Critically endangered kfi Karnataka
Sentilese Vulnerable sen Andaman & Nicobar
Mandeali Definitely endangered mjl Himachal Pradesh
Mara Definitely endangered mrh Mizoram


This category has the following 6 subcategories, out of 6 total.

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