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All that India speaks: Southern Indo-Aryan language is expanding, but not as fast as Hindi.

According to recent figures published on the basis of the 2011 census, Hindi is proving to be the most widely used native speaker, with more than 43% of India's population having a certain amount of aphorism. The figures published by the India authorities on the native and native Indo-Aryan speakers, on the basis of the 2011 census, show that Hindi and its various idioms remain the most widely used in India, with more than 43% of the countries native speakers.

Whilst the number of Southern Indo-Aryan and English-speaking professionals is growing more rapidly than in past few centuries, they are loosing their part of the total number of voice talents in the state. According to the figures, Hindi is the native language of almost 55 Indians, about 8% of whom are native Bengali, followed by Marathi with slightly more than 7%.

Of the 22 planned Indian langauges, Sanskrit is the least widely used, with almost 25,000 native-speaking people. This census captures a "mother tongue" as "the speech the woman's father spoke in her childhood". There are two different languages: planned and unplanned.

Planned langauges are the ones used in the 8. Whereas Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam are official English is an unplanned one. Out of the four most widely uttered Indian tongues - Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam all except Kannada have seen a continuous decrease in the overall proportion of native speaker in the county, despite the real number of native speaker.

It is likely to be due to the more rapid increase in the Indian-speaking world. Spokespersons for telugu by percent of India's overall populace have dropped from third to 4th place in the 2011 survey. Whereas 6.93% of India now talks about Telfugu, it was 7.19% as part of the 2001 survey.

The Malayalam and Tamil speakers' share of the total populace has also declined. Malaysiaalam fell from 3.21% to 2.97% and Tamil from 5.91% to 5.89%. Tamil is the fifth most common Malayalam is in tenth place. Canada is the only large southern India speaking country whose share of the total populace has increased from 3.69% (2001) to 3.73%.

She has also remained consistently a voice with the eighth largest number of voice talents in the state. But when it comes to the expansion of the planned tongues, all four have increased over the years. At 6.90-core Tamil loudspeakers in comparison to 6.07-core in the 2001 Population Survey, Tamil registered an upturn of 13.54% year-on-year.

Meanwhile, according to the 2011 figures, the number of persons talking since the 2001 survey in Telugu has increased by 9.63%, with 8.11 persons talking in this city. The Malayalam loudspeakers are 3.48 cm high, an improvement of 5.36% since 2001. The Kannada population increased by 15.99% year-on-year. Corresponding to the 2011 count, there are 4.37 Kannada loudspeakers.

By comparison, Hindi has experienced strong 25.19% economic expansion over the past ten years. Although Sanskrit is the least widely used native speaker, it has grown by 75.60% since the 2001 survey - the largest increase for any planned target group. Out of the nearly 2.6 Lakhs who called their native English, about 1 Lak was in Maharashtra, followed by almost 25,000 in Tamil Nadu and about 23,000 in Karnataka.

The three countries all retain their top positions in the number of native speakers of English. In the 2001 survey, almost 97,000 in Maharashtra, over 25,000 in Tamil Nadu and almost 18,000 in Karnataka were given English as their native language. Compared to the 2001 survey, which was almost 2.3 kh, the overall number of native speakers of English is 14.6% higher.

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