Top 10 Languages of India
TAMIL is the first language which was spoken by humankind. It has been spread all over the world. Still TAMIL words are used by south Koreans, some of the African countries, Thailand etc. from so long ago. And it has been proved. There are so many TAMIL traditions are followed by many countries in the world. No other languages had given this kind of impact...
TAMIL language has so many special features in it. TAMIL has its own way of incredible grammar. TAMIL is a natural language.
Everyone loves Tamil because of its ancient culture and every district have their own way of speaking Tamil for an example if you go to Madurai they speak different , if you go to Thanjai they speak different, if you go to "Thoothukodi" they speak different and etc. Tamil has So many shapes and beautiful words. If you guys are a book lover then you sure must-read at least one Tamil book which tells something about History and you admire every word.
I never expect this hateful nature from Telugu's statement about Tamil. They themselves knew very well about Tamil peoples and culture. If you have the guts to prove that Telugu is older than Tamil prove it and speak out.
1. One of the old classical language of the world.
2. First Classical language recognized by India
3. Representing language of the Dravidian language family
4. The language spoken by the Indus people and in Old Sangam.
5. Richest Indian language on old & classical literary works.
All Indian languages are beautiful. I'm obviously biased here since Hindi is my mother tongue. I like how Hindi uses z's and f's but not the gutturals (don't come at me saying it's Urdu. A language is made by the it's speakers). And yet it sounds absolutely enchanting, even better, when spoken in its pure Sanskrit form.
The best thing about Hindi though is that it can be romantic (think songs like Barso are Megha or Tu Hain from Mohan Jodaro), colloquial or highly technical (as proven by Hindi news channels and medical panelist's during recent coronavirus coverage).
Hindi is the biggest language of India, has a scientific pronunciation, a complete set of grammar and proverbs, a good amount of books and literature and the ability to connect non-native people. Though its not thousands years old language but it progressed with way better than any other language.
Hindi is not the national language. There is NO national language in India. Get your facts right. Hindi has become so widely used only because it has been made compulsory by the boards of education in schools like CBSE.
Hindi is something all Indians can learn. With Bollywood films, you can show different cultures in India using the Hindi language and fusing the regional language with Hindi
If a random intellectual is asked what's the most beautiful language in the world, he would probably say it's French. Yeah, we can't quite disagree with him. But there's a language in the earth, less known by Europeans, which is much more affluent, much more artistic and much more magical --- it's Bengali. Rich history, superior literary works and noble intellectual society (once). I really wish Bengali reclaims its due honor. Things weren't so bad just two decades ago. I am happy I found the most beautiful literary works written in Bengali. Life won't be the same once you come across this gem...
Bengali is language of poets, Bengali is the language in which the most melodious songs of world are made ( rabindra Sangeet ), it is the language of freedom fighters, ' rebel ' poets who wrote to inspire the freedom fighters, it's the language of intellectuals, best scientists of the world. Bengali is the language of that person who banned sati, made India a better place for women, it is the language in which the Oscar winning movie was made, it is no doubt the best language in India
I don't know about Tamil, but Bengali, at least is far far above hindi
Bengali has no dearth of writers, even now. It's not the limitation of the contemporary Bengali writers, but the readers are turning into viewers and surfers. They are lacking patience of reading. It's their problem. Again worst of Bengali literature scores better than best of Hindi. Bottom line : The list is quantitative, rather than qualitative.
Bengali is the finest of all languages in the globe. There is no better language than Bengali. I am proud to be able Bengali. Hope one day Bengali will become the national and official language of India.
Kannada is one of the sweetest sounding language in India, Kannada not only represents the native state Karnataka it represents along with its culture, customs and kind of the People and food. Kannada having total 8 jnanapeeta which is from only one state! Which is second most and enough to prove the greatness of Kannada literature. Historical background is all proves that Kannada is oldest Dravidian language. And it is easy to learn and as similar as Sanskrit! And beautiful language you'll ever get to speak or listen!
One of the sweetest languages with a capacity to convey feelings and thoughts in such an amazing way. And also for being the language of one of the most cultured people of India.
Every language had it's own importance n are emotionally connected. But Kannada speaking people are blessed to speak this Oldest, Purest, Softest, Prestigious and Logically proven language. Kannada language itself is Heritage for not only Kannadigas/Karnataka but for Whole India.
Kannada is beautifull and scientific language. There is no overlapping of pronounciation of letter. This language has rich literature heritage . Ancient halegannada to navya kavya. This language has variety folk , dasara pada, vachana, regale etc.
This one language which got highest number (8) Jnanapeetha awards( highest literary award in india
Marathi is the Most Sweetest and Beautiful Language I came across along with Bengali in whole India.
I would definitely Vote this one. It also have more than 80 Million Speakers in India making it the 4th most spoken language in India.
It is old and is very rich in literature. I just loved it.
Check songs like Apsara Aali, Dhaga Dhaga to understand the sweetness and beauty of this beautiful language.
History. Indian languages, including Marathi, that belong to the Indo-Aryan language family are derived from early forms of Sanskrit. Marathi is one of several languages that further descend from Maharashtri Prakrit...!
Marathi is much older than Hindi. Hindi evolved quite much later unlike Marathi.
1st stone script of Marathi available today is found at Shravanbelgol in Karnataka which is Jain place.
1. Economically important
2.Easy to learn especially for Hindi people
3.Many people know as most of them have lived in Mumbai some time
Telugu is 2nd higjest spoken language in India. Tje only language with more letters and ehat you speak will be written. Many say indian languages are written same way as they dpeak. But yhat is not true. For example Tamil. Tamilians can not pronounce any of indian person names properly, due to less number of letters. But Telugu is 100% you write is whay you pronounce. It is called italian of east.
This top 10 website is from tamil fakers... Not only this they fakes everything in India with fake blogs and YouTube videos... They are much in social media just for misleading people with their fake activities...even they listed tamil heroes and music directors in top spots who not even know outside their State...Telugu people in social media just to educate people about world and with entertainment videos...these Tamils are in social media just to edit fake websites blogs and YouTube videos boasting about fake tamil language... Telugu is oldest surviving language in India older than tamil... And 3rd most spoken language in India...
Telugu is a Pride unto it's people, it stays in the culture and becomes one with it's younger generation through the colloquial tongue and the numerous films. It is called Italian of the East due to it's words ending with vowels thus lending it a sweet note.
Telugu definitely deserves more than this!
Telugu is known as the sundara Telugu for its beauty and for a fact it is also known Italian of the east... Google *the most beautiful language of India* and see what appears
This language is so low because of less speakers. But the fact is that thia is the toughest of all languages in India and can be in the top 10 list of the world's most toughest languages. It demands much effort and exercises from you as an below average Malayalam speaker too uses probably every muscles in his vocal part to speak this beautiful language. Also Malayalees are the best in learning any other languages and pronouncing it fluently that too because Malyalam has borrowed many words from other languages, even European, West Asian and East Asian.
Learning Malayalam is like practicing tongue twisters. People may find it difficult to learn because it is a unique & amazing language. Malayalam has alphabets & words which can't even be pronounced or written in other languages including English.
Malayalam is probably new among of all these languages but has all the advantages of all south indian languages and if you have any chance to read any poems in this language then you can understand what I am talking about. It is very hard to learn, once you do you can master any language.
It is one of the best languages in India although the native speakers are less compared to other Indian languages. Also,Malayalam is the toughest among Indian languages...And native Malayalam speakers can handle English with best and clear accent..It's beautiful,poetic and the best to communicate.
I am married in chennai recently and I hate tamil and really I miss my culture and language...punjabi is the best language and our punjabi vulture is the best culture
Punjabi is the language of lions.
I love Punjabi and Iam proud to be a Punjabi.
Punjabi is the best language...love punjab
Punjabi is the language of the Lions!
I will not say like others best on the earth best on the planet etc. But Gujarati is language to all.All other indian languages of india is also beautiful.
Easy & sweet language
It is fun to speak gujarati because of it's ease of speaking and listening
Best and sweet
Urdu is the national language of Pakistan and they are so blessed because it's a beautiful language, spoken, written, and heard. Bollywood is ridden with Urdu words, no song in its history would've been complete without heartfelt words like "dua", "humsafar", "meherbaan", the list goes on. Bollywood overuses Urdu words, A LOT. In fact Bollywood is an Urdu or Hindustani industry, far from Hindi. And even adopts Islamic terms. The Mughals after all left their impact.
I got lost on the day of Hajj, and found that hardly anyone could speak my native English, after hours of wandering I realised that I was using the wrong language, switching to Urdu saved the day, a surprising number of Arabs can speak a heavily accented version of it.
Bollywood adopted the language Urdu for its films otherwise no non-hindi speaker would have been able to watch their films! Classic and recent example of urdu words being used in a Bollywood film is the bajirao mastanj song Aayat (Ayat means verse in urdu/arabic) yet Indians keep arguing that who cares it's a Hindi film this is all Hindi. Okay make all Bollywood films Hindi now please because after all its national language of INDIA, that will stop this confusion
It should ne no. 1 its beautiful it is so poetic it is so sophisticated it is such a sugar coated toungue only reason people are not voting for this is because it is not born in India it came came from outside and because few no about it or heard it.
Sanskrit is the language of God, the oldest language of all, world's best language and Mother language of all the world's languages.
All of you please learn this language.
Best language and the oldest language, some people say tamil but we all know that that it is Sanskrit. Even our sculptures are written in Sanskrit.
Sanskrit is the mother of all Indian languages. The pronunciation of Sanskrit makes us easy to learn and pronounce any other language Properly. Even though I am from Karnataka I giv first preference to Sanskrit
Old and death. But mother to all world languages.
Odia is third oldest language after Tamil and Sanskrit. As it was evolved after merging of Aryan and Dravidian language. The number of its speakers declined due to continuous natural disasters in Odisha and people left this place and started moving to western, central, north-eastern India. The development of Odia language is found to be the mixture of Tamil and Sanskrit as Odias are (People of Odisha) believed to trade with Indonesia, Sri Lankans, Chinese in ancient ages.
Wait till you get scolded by an Odia, you will know how different the sweet language becomes when someone is not having a good temper. It just is richer and can semblance any emotion easily.
It has the most similarity with Sanskrit.
Also you can any word of any language easily with the help of its script.
It should be in between top 10..because it is very simple and easy to learn...its not too tough like the south Indian languages
English is worst according to me because, we don't spell what we write in English. Indian languages, what we write we spell in same manner.
Best English version language is Strine - from Australia.
Champion version, top shelf and stone the flaming crows, mate!
Crack a tinny and 'ave a bloody go ya mug1
Effective language to communicate anywhere in the world...
That's true my friend
Maithli language is Best in world.. The language seems not spoken from mouth rather than heart.. Language shows pure love and humble...Maithli is emotion not just à language..
I like maithili because its very sweetest language for conversation.
Language name 'Maithili ' itself means goddess Sita. Maithili culture is most beautiful.
Maithili is sweetest language. Even scolding sounds respectful and sweet
My people says it is very rough language and these people don't anything about this language why they think so.
No words can be about such a beautiful language. Very sweet and simple.
Really respected language.
Best language in world
Easiest to learn, most effective communication medium is Assamese. Very sweet to hear without any sharp and harse pronunciation is the beauty of Assamese language. One can express his/her feelings with a very less vocabulary.
Its popular language in NE. People of enire NE can speak this language. It's a means of communicate among the NE people in day life
Assamese language is the best sounding language in India. It is older than Bengali.
Assamese is one of the richest and sweetest language in India.
It is very good
It is a language spoken along the west coast of India, across Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka and Kerala. It is a logical language, and has many dialects according to the region in which it is spoken. It has a touch of royalty in its most pristine form.
I love Konkani because it's mixture of three Marathi Kannada and Hindi
Let Konkani hail
Arabic is divine. The most beautiful language of the world. It is the the language of both worlds. The world here and the hereafter. It is the language of the most righteous Person of the world.
Tulu is best language
Best in the world
Best language ever
Easiest language to learn but toughest language to write no one ever will learn to write tulu... because its too tough... Beut sweetest language in the world...
It's a language based on sanskrit. Ist vocavulary is very rich and different adressing words. There is a specific tune of this language. Similar, almost, to Hindi. Sweet and rhythmic.
It is the world's only complete language you can even pronunce all words of any of the language if you can speak Sindhi completely...
It is also one of the most oldest language specially in south asia.
One of the most hospitable language around the world like as people.
I speak this language and it is polite and fun to speak.