Hindi is an Indo-Aryan language spoken chiefly in the Hindi Belt region, encompassing parts of northern, central, eastern, and western India. Hindi, a simple, easy-to-learn language, is the fourth most spoken-memory language in the whole world. This India, every Indian, is a symbol of our values and ideology. We are Hindi. Our identity and our future are Hindi.
In 2004 Tamil was declared a classical language of India, meaning that it met three criteria: its origins are ancient; it has an independent tradition, and it possesses a considerable body of ancient literature. In the early 21st century more than 66 million people were Tamil speakers. The origin of Tamil, like the other Dravidian languages, is unknown.
India is famous for its linguistic diversity, and one of the most beautiful languages spoken in the Indian Subcontinent is certainly Bengali. It has a gorgeous writing system, to begin with, and a flowing sound that one of the world's greatest poets, Rabindranath Tagore, used to create his art. Bengali language, Indo-Aryan language is spoken principally in Bangladesh and the Indian state of West Bengal. Bengali has more speakers—some 190 million—than all but a handful of other languages in the world. Like other Modern Indo-Aryan languages, Bengali has drastically reduced the complex inflectional system of Old Indo-Aryan. Swami Vivekanand who spread Hinduism across the world was a Bengali man. The noble awardee Shri Rabindranath Tagore who wrote our National Anthem was also a Bengali.
Telugu language, the largest member of the Dravidian language family. Primarily spoken in south-eastern India, it is the official language of the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. In the early 21st century Telugu had more than 75 million speakers. The Telugu language is one of the most ancient and beautiful languages in the world. The word Telugu came from the world Trilinga, which is the same deity in the temples of Srisailam, Drakasharamam, and Kaleswaram. These three temples are in the territory of Telugu-speaking people.
Gujarati is part of the greater Indo-European language family. In India, it is the official language in the state of Gujarat, as well as an official language in the union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu. Our Prime Minister and the few biggest entrepreneurs of our country also come from the soil of Gujarat.
Gujarati language, Indo-Aryan member of the Indo-Iranian group of Indo-European languages. Gujarati is officially recognized in the Indian constitution and is spoken by more than 46 million people.
Marathi language, Indo-Aryan language of western and central India. Its range extends from north of Mumbai down the western coast past Goa and eastward across the Deccan; in 1966 it became the official language of the state of Maharashtra. Marathi is currently having 42 different dialects; dialects bordering with other regional languages and have borrowed features of the other language.
Punjabi is the main language spoken by the Sikhs & people of Punjab. Most parts of the Guru Granth Sahib use the Punjabi language written in Gurmukhī. The Janamsakhis, stories on the life and legend of Guru Nanak Ji, are early examples of Punjabi literature. It is the official language of the Indian state of Punjab and is one of the languages recognized by the Indian constitution.
Malayalam is perhaps the world's only language that is a palindrome when written in English. This means that the word is read the same when spelt forwards and backwards. The word Malayalam is a combination of 2 words – 'Mala' meaning 'mountain' and 'Alam' meaning 'region'.
Kannada language, also called Kanarese or Kannana, member of the Dravidian language family and the official language of the state of Karnataka in southern India. Kannada is also spoken in the states that border Karnataka.
Kannada has an unbroken literary history of over a thousand years. Kannada literature has been presented with 8 Gyananapith awards, the most for any Dravidian language and the second highest for any Indian language.