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India has, arguably, greater linguistic diversity than any other large country. #India #Facts
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The 1961 census of India listed 1,652 languages, though some of these may have effectively been dialects, and a few languages have died out since then #India #Facts
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The big six languages - Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, and Urdu - are each spoken by more than 50 million people (source: BBC ) #India #Facts
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A total of 122 languages is each spoken by more than 10,000 people. #India #Facts
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India doesn't have a national language. Hindi and English are both official languages, though the writers of the constitution envisaged a transitional status for English, opposition to Hindi hegemony from speakers of other languages, particularly Tamil, mean that English remains an official language #India #Facts