The list of some of the Indian languages includes:
Gujarati - Language of Gujarat and Union Territories of Dadar and Nagar Haveli
Punjabi - The official language of Punjab
Bengali- The state language of West Bengal
Assamese - Official language of Assam
Dogri, Urdu - The language of Jammu and Kashmir
Oriya - The state language of state of Odisha
Marathi - Language of Maharashtra
Kannada - The official language of Karnataka
Tamil - The state language of Tamil Nadu
Telugu - It is the official language of Andhra Pradesh.
Malayalam - It is the official language of Kerala
Konkani - The state language of Goa
Manipuri - The official language of Manipur
Khasi - The official language of Meghalaya
Mizo - The official language of Mizoram
English - The official language of Nagaland
As per Articles 344(1) and 351 of the Indian Constitution, the eighth schedule includes the recognition of the following 22 languages:
India as a country is diverse and multilingual. There is no language called “Indian”.
India speaks hundreds of languages and dialects. Some are extinct, while some are still in use with considerable speakers.
The top 11 languages of India .
Hindi — 551.4 Million
English — 125.3 Million
Bengali — 91.1 Million
Telugu — 84.9 Million
Marathi — 84.1 Million
Tamil — 66.7 Million
Urdu — 59.1 Million
Kannada — 50.7 Million
Gujarati — 50.2 Million
Odia — 36.6 Million
Malayalam — 33.7 Million