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Problems and Solution faced in linguistic diversity in India


Pooja Patel*

Linguistic diversity is a hallmark of India, a country with over 1.3 billion people and more than 22 official languages. India is a fascinating case study in linguistic diversity, with a complex linguistic landscape that is shaped by centuries of migration, trade, conquest, and colonialism. This linguistic diversity is an integral part of the country's identity, and it plays a crucial role in shaping its culture, politics, and society. India's linguistic diversity is truly remarkable, with more than 19,500 languages spoken across the country. However, only a fraction of these languages are recognized by the Indian government as official languages. According to the Constitution of India, there are 22 official languages, including Hindi, English, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Urdu, and Punjabi.

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