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Languages of North India
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Besides Hindi, India has 23 officially recognized languages, which are official languages of one or the other state in India. Some of these languages are quite popular outside their origin state and India as well. These languages are widely spoken and learnt by many foreign speakers with interest. We, at North India Tours are offering some exclusive language courses that help you to widen your knowledge of languages.
 

Hindi Language North India

We can also arrange language classes for some other Indian languages, including, Assamese, Kannada, Marathi, Oriya, Sindhi and Urdu. Marathi, the official language of colorful state of Maharashtra is an Indic language. It is fourth most widely spoken language of India. Sindhi is one of the commonly spoken languages of Northwest region of India. It is also spoken in the Sindh state of Pakistan and by the Sindhi communities scattered throughout the world. Urdu, is the State language oh Jammu and Kashmir state of India but it is widely spoken by Muslims, residing in any part of India. There are more than 28 million Urdu speakers in India. Urdu is a common language of Shayari (poetry), Ghazals and popular Indian film songs. Our exclusive language courses are Hindi, Gujarati, Punjabi, and Sanskrit language course.

Hindi
Hindi is the national language of India and is spoken by almost half a billion people in India and rest of the world. Hindi is the second most spoken language in the world after Chinese. It allows one to communicate with a far wider variety of people in India than English which is only spoken by around five percent of the population. Hindi became the official language of India on 26th January, 1965. Hindi is an Indo-European language, of the Indo-Aryan subfamily. It derives much of its formal and technical vocabulary from Sanskrit. With independence, a common language had to be decided. The matter was put to vote and Hindi won by a single vote. Hindi, however, was only one of the many regional languages of India. Various famous epics and plays were written in the Hindi like Ramacharitamanas, Bhagvad Gita and the Mahabharata. Today, Hindi is widely spoken in almost all the states of India, especially in the states in northern and central India. Hindi is spoken exactly as it is written so it is very easy to learn and read. Hindi is normally spoken using a combination of 52 sounds, ten vowels and 40 consonants. There are 11 vowels and 36 consonants in Hindi. By the knowledge of Hindi, you can easily know about Indian culture, religion and current affairs.

Gujarati
Gujarati the native language of the Indian state of Gujarat is also called Gujerati, Gujarathi, and Guujaratee. It is the state language of Gujarat and widely spoken in the neighboring states, too. 46 million worldwide speakers of Gujarati make it 23 most spoken language of the world. It is extensively used language among the Gujarati groups residing in foreign countries. Our Gujarati Language Course provides you complete information about Gujarati along with writing and speaking practice of the language.

Punjabi
Punjabi also known as Panjabi or Gurumukhi is the mother tongue of the Punjabi people and the Punjab regions of India and Pakistan. Punjabi is the official language of the Indian state of Punjab and Chandigarh and second official languages of Delhi and Haryana. This Indo-European language is quite popular in foreign countries. There are about 104 million Punjabi speakers worldwide. It is tenth most widely spoken language in the world and fifth most widely spoken language in Canada. Our Punjabi Language Course provides you complete information about Punjabi along with writing and speaking practice of the language.

Sanskrit
Sanskrit popularly called "Dev Bhasha" or "Devavani" (the language of the Gods) is a classical Indian language still widely used in religious ceremonies by Indians. This classical language of Hindus is the oldest and the most systematic language in the world. Sanskrit enjoys same status in India for literary and religious purposes as Latin in Europe and elsewhere. There are nearly 49,736 fluent speakers of the language worldwide. Our Sanskrit Language Course provides you complete information about Sanskrit along with writing and speaking practice of the language.


 
 
 

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