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About Konyak Language

Belonging to the family of Sino-Tibetan languages, Konyak is mainly spoken in the north eastern state of Nagaland in India, precisely by the Konyak people. According to the census of 2001 in…

About Malto Language

Belonging to the branch of northern-Dravidian languages, Malto is primarily spoken by the Sauria Paharia community, residing in the eastern states of India. The geographical distribution of…

About Nishi Language

Belonging to the Tani branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family, Nishi is known by a list of other names, these are: Nyishi, Nisi, Nishing, Nissi, Nyising, Bangni, Dafla, Daphla, and Lel.…

About Ao Language

Ao is basically a language branch belonging to the family of Sino-Tibetan languages. It is mainly spoken by the community of Ao people residing in the north-central part of the north-eastern…

About Kharia Language

Belonging to the family of Munda languages, Kharia is mainly spoken by the indigenous Kharia people residing in the eastern region of India. Although remotely, but it is quite related to the…

About Koya Language

Belonging to the Gondi-Kui group of languages, Koya is a Dravidian language, precisely south-central, and is often considered to be a dialect of the Gondi language. However, it distinctly…

About Mundari Language

Belonging to the branch of Munda languages from the Austroasiatic languages family, Mundari is an Austroasiatic language mainly spoken by the Munda group and has very close similarities with…

About Khasi Language

Belonging to the Austroasiatic languages family, Khasi is a predominant Austroasiatic language, primarily spoken in the Indian state of Meghalaya, and has over 1.6 million native Khasi…