Total Languages Inn India

List of all the languages spoken in India

List of all the languages spoken in India [Updated Weekly]

In the last few articles, I have written about the different languages and their scripts. In this article, I am going to share the complete list of all the languages spoken in India.

India is a cultural and language hub. The beauty of India is that you will be surprised to know that a lot of international languages like French, Portuguese, and many others have influenced how we speak and write.

I had also written and collected the list of all the languages in the world. It is perhaps the biggest list on the internet collected from sources all over the Internet.

Ancient Indian Script.

For over several months I have been collecting the list of total languages in India. It is not quite possible to have every name here but I am trying to bring as many languages here as I want this Indian language list to be the most comprehensive.

Indian language list

  • A-Pucikwar
  • Adi
  • Adi, Galo
  • Agariya
  • Ahirani
  • Ahom
  • Aimol
  • Aiton
  • Aka-Bea
  • Aka-Bo
  • Aka-Cari
  • Aka-Jeru
  • Aka-Kede
  • Aka-Kol
  • Aka-Kora
  • Akar-Bale
  • Allar
  • Amri Karbi
  • Anal
  • Andaman Creole Hindi
  • Andh
  • Angika
  • Apatani
  • Arabic
  • Aranadan
  • Assamese
  • Asuri
  • Atong
  • Awadhi
  • Badaga
  • Bagheli
  • Bagri
  • Balochi, Eastern
  • Balti
  • Bantawa
  • Bareli, Palya
  • Bareli, Pauri
  • Bareli, Rathwi
  • Bateri
  • Bauria
  • Bazigar
  • Bellari
  • Bengali
  • Bhadrawahi
  • Bhalay
  • Bharia
  • Bhatri
  • Bhattiyali
  • Bhilali
  • Bhili
  • Bhojpuri
  • Bhunjia
  • Biate
  • Bijori
  • Bilaspuri
  • Birhor
  • Bishnupuriya
  • Bodo Parja
  • Bondo
  • Boro
  • Braj Bhasha
  • Brokskat
  • Bugun
  • Buksa
  • Bundeli
  • Byangsi
  • Chakma
  • Chambeali
  • Chamling
  • Changthang
  • Chaudangsi
  • Chaura
  • Chenchu
  • Chetti, Wayanad
  • Chhattisgarhi
  • Chin, Bawm
  • Chin, Falam
  • Chin, Hakha
  • Chin, Khumi
  • Chin, Mara
  • Chin, Matu
  • Chin, Paite
  • Chin, Tedim
  • Chin, Thado
  • Chin, Zyphe
  • Chinali
  • Chiru
  • Chodri
  • Chug
  • Churahi
  • Dangi
  • Darlong
  • Darmiya
  • Deccan
  • Deori
  • Desiya
  • Dhatki
  • Dhimal
  • Dhodia
  • Dhundari
  • Digaro-Mishmi
  • Dimasa
  • Dogri
  • Dogri
  • Dotyali
  • Dubli
  • Dungra Bhil
  • Duruwa
  • Dzongkha
  • English
  • Eravallan
  • French
  • Gadaba, Bodo
  • Gadaba, Mudhili
  • Gadaba, Pottangi Ollar
  • Gaddi
  • Gahri
  • Gamit
  • Gangte
  • Garasia, Adiwasi
  • Garasia, Rajput
  • Garhwali
  • Garo
  • Gata’
  • Godwari
  • Gondi
  • Gondi, Adilabad
  • Gondi, Aheri
  • Gondi, Northern
  • Gowlan
  • Gowli
  • Great Andamanese, Mixed
  • Groma
  • Gujarati
  • Gujari
  • Gurung
  • Hajong
  • Halbi
  • Haroti
  • Haryanvi
  • Hindi
  • Hinduri
  • Hmar
  • Ho
  • Holiya
  • Hrangkhol
  • Hruso
  • Idu-Mishmi
  • Indian Sign Language
  • Indo-Portuguese
  • Irula
  • Jad
  • Jangshung
  • Jarawa
  • Jaunsari
  • Juang
  • Juray
  • Kacchi
  • Kachari
  • Kadar
  • Kaikadi
  • Kalanadi
  • Kamar
  • Kamta
  • Kanashi
  • Kanauji
  • Kangri
  • Kanikkaran
  • Kanjari
  • Kannada
  • Karbi
  • Kashmiri
  • Katkari
  • Khaling
  • Khamba
  • Khamti
  • Khamyang
  • Khandesi
  • Kharia
  • Kharia Thar
  • Khasi
  • Khirwar
  • Khowar
  • Kinnauri
  • Kinnauri, Bhoti
  • Kinnauri, Chitkuli
  • Kinnauri, Pahari
  • Kisan
  • Koch
  • Koda
  • Kodaku
  • Kodava
  • Koireng
  • Kok Borok
  • Kolami, Northwestern
  • Kolami, Southeastern
  • Koli, Kachi
  • Koli, Wadiyari
  • Kom
  • Konda-Dora
  • Konkani
  • Konkani
  • Konkani, Goan
  • Koraga, Korra
  • Koraga, Mudu
  • Korku
  • Korlai Creole Portuguese
  • Koro
  • Korwa
  • Kota
  • Koya
  • Kudiya
  • Kudmali
  • Kui
  • Kui, Dawik
  • Kukna
  • Kulung
  • Kumaoni
  • Kumarbhag Paharia
  • Kumbaran
  • Kunduvadi
  • Kupia
  • Kurichiya
  • Kurmukar
  • Kurumba, Alu
  • Kurumba, Attapady
  • Kurumba, Betta
  • Kurumba, Jennu
  • Kurumba, Kannada
  • Kurumba, Mullu
  • Kurux
  • Kuvi
  • Ladakhi
  • Lambadi
  • Lamkang
  • Lepcha
  • Lhomi
  • Limbu
  • Lish
  • Lisu
  • Lodhi
  • Lohar, Gade
  • Lohar, Lahul
  • Lyngngam
  • Magahi
  • Magar, Eastern
  • Mahali
  • Maithili
  • Majhi
  • Majhwar
  • Mal Paharia
  • Mala Malasar
  • Malankuravan
  • Malapandaram
  • Malaryan
  • Malasar
  • Malavedan
  • Malayalam
  • Maldivian
  • Malvi
  • Manda
  • Mandeali
  • Manna-Dora
  • Mannan
  • Marathi
  • Maria
  • Maria, Dandami
  • Marma
  • Marwari
  • Marwari
  • Mawchi
  • Meitei
  • Merwari
  • Mewari
  • Mewati
  • Miji
  • Miju-Mishmi
  • Mirgan
  • Mising
  • Mizo
  • Monpa, Kalaktang
  • Monpa, Tawang
  • Mru
  • Muduga
  • Mugom
  • Mukha-Dora
  • Munda
  • Mundari
  • Muria, Eastern
  • Muria, Far Western
  • Muria, Western
  • Muthuvan
  • Na
  • Naga Pidgin
  • Naga, Angami
  • Naga, Ao
  • Naga, Chang
  • Naga, Chokri
  • Naga, Chothe
  • Naga, Inpui
  • Naga, Kharam
  • Naga, Khezha
  • Naga, Khiamniungan
  • Naga, Khoibu
  • Naga, Konyak
  • Naga, Liangmai
  • Naga, Lotha
  • Naga, Makuri
  • Naga, Mao
  • Naga, Maram
  • Naga, Maring
  • Naga, Monsang
  • Naga, Moyon
  • Naga, Mzieme
  • Naga, Nocte
  • Naga, Northern Rengma
  • Naga, Phom
  • Naga, Pochuri
  • Naga, Poumai
  • Naga, Puimei
  • Naga, Rongmei
  • Naga, Sangtam
  • Naga, Southern Rengma
  • Naga, Sumi
  • Naga, Tangkhul
  • Naga, Tangsa
  • Naga, Tarao
  • Naga, Thangal
  • Naga, Tutsa
  • Naga, Wancho
  • Naga, Yimchungru
  • Naga, Zeme
  • Nagarchal
  • Nahali
  • Nahari
  • Nefamese
  • Nepali
  • Newar
  • Nicobarese, Car
  • Nicobarese, Central
  • Nicobarese, Southern
  • Nihali
  • Nimadi
  • Noiri
  • Nora
  • Nyishi
  • Oadki
  • Odia
  • Oko-Juwoi
  • Öñge
  • Oriya
  • Oriya, Adivasi
  • Pahari, Kullu
  • Pahari, Mahasu
  • Pahari-Potwari
  • Pali
  • Paliyan
  • Panchpargania
  • Pangwali
  • Paniya
  • Pankhu
  • Pardhan
  • Pardhi
  • Parenga
  • Parsi
  • Pashto, Northern
  • Pathiya
  • Pattani
  • Pattapu
  • Pengo
  • Persian, Iranian
  • Phake
  • Phudagi
  • Pnar
  • Portuguese
  • Powari
  • Punjabi, Eastern
  • Punjabi, Western
  • Purik
  • Puroik
  • Purum
  • Rabha
  • Rajasthani
  • Ralte
  • Rangkas
  • Ranglong
  • Rathawi
  • Ravula
  • Rawang
  • Rawat
  • Reli
  • Riang
  • Rohingya
  • Rongpo
  • Ruga
  • Sadri
  • Sakachep
  • Sambalpuri
  • Samvedi
  • Sansi
  • Sanskrit
  • Santhali
  • Saraiki
  • Sartang
  • Saurashtra
  • Sauria Paharia
  • Sentinel
  • Shekhawati
  • Shendu
  • Sherdukpen
  • Sherpa
  • Shina
  • Sholaga
  • Shom Peng
  • Shumcho
  • Sikkimese
  • Simte
  • Sindhi
  • Singpho
  • Sirmauri
  • Sora
  • Spiti Bhoti
  • Stod Bhoti
  • Sunam
  • Surgujia
  • Surjapuri
  • Sylheti
  • Tagin
  • Tamang, Eastern
  • Tamil
  • Telugu
  • Teressa
  • Thachanadan
  • Thangmi
  • Tharu, Chitwania
  • Tharu, Dangaura
  • Tharu, Kathariya
  • Tharu, Kochila
  • Tharu, Rana
  • Thulung
  • Tibetan
  • Tinani
  • Tiwa
  • Toda
  • Toto
  • Tshangla
  • Tukpa
  • Tulu
  • Turi
  • Turung
  • Ullatan
  • Urali
  • Urdu
  • Vaagri Booli
  • Vaiphei
  • Varhadi-Nagpuri
  • Varli
  • Vasavi
  • Vishavan
  • Waddar
  • Wagdi
  • Walungge
  • War-Jaintia
  • West Bengal Sign Language
  • Yakkha
  • Yerukula
  • Zakhring
  • Zangskari
  • Zou

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