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The modern north Indian Indo-Aryan languages all evolved into distinct, recognisable languages in the New Indo-Aryan Age.Persian or Parsi was brought into India by the Ghaznavi and other Turko-Afghan dynasties as the court language.Seeking dating partners in Erfurt Germany as sugardaddy, fantastic love relationship, affaire, friends with benefits, you decide.Kannada Kashmiri Konkani Maithili Malayalam Marathi Meitei (Manipuri) Nepali Odia Punjabi Sanskrit Santali Sindhi Tamil Telugu Urdu (total: 23, including 22 8th Schedule languages and additional official language, English) Article 343 of the Indian constitution states that the official language of the Union government shall become Hindi in Devanagari script instead of the extant English, but is superseded by English subsequently too as mentioned in section 3 of the same constitutional article that is put to effect by The Official Languages Act, 1963.The Census of India records and publishes data with respect to the number of speakers for languages and dialects, but uses its own unique terminology, distinguishing between language and mother tongue.The mother tongues are grouped within each language.Culturally Persianized, they, in combination with the later Mughal dynasty (of Turco-Mongol origin), influenced the art, history and literature of the region for more than 500 years, resulting in the Persianisation of many Indian tongues, mainly lexically.
Hindi, the most widely spoken language in a large region of India today, serves as the lingua franca across much of North and Central India.
Many of the mother tongues so defined could be considered a language rather than a dialect by linguistic standards.
This is especially so for many mother tongues with tens of millions of speakers that are officially grouped under the language Hindi.
The first official survey of language diversity in the Indian subcontinent was carried out by Sir George Abraham Grierson from 1898 to 1928.
Titled the Linguistic Survey of India, it reported a total of 179 languages and 544 dialects.