How many languages are spoken in India?


There are 1,652 different languages in India and 350 are major languages. Most of the languages belong to the Dravidian and Aryan families. The Indians also distinguish between the general north Indian accent and general south Indian accent.
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There is no actual number of languages that are spoken officially in the county of India. Two languages that are spoken however are Hindu and English.
National languages are 18. The spoken languages in India are 347. Few specifics: According to World Almanac & Book of Facts 2007: The official languages of India are Hindi, English
I have read recent estimates that put 6.4% of all Twitter users in India. The Twitter Wikipedia entry estimates 200 Million total users. If these numbers are even remotely accurate
There are 600 districts in india.
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Communication in India
Languages: Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Oriya, Punjabi, Assamese, Maithili, and English
Telephones: 32.685 million (2011)
Cell Phones: 893.862 million (2011)
Internet Users: 61.338 million (2009)
Internet Code: .in
The SIL Ethnologue (Summer Institute of Linguistics) lists 415 living languages for India, and the principal official language of the Republic of India is Standard Hindi, while English is the secondary official language. The languages of India belong to several linguistic families, the major ones being the Indo-European languages and the Dravidian languages.
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