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Bengali Language

The second most spoken language in the country of India, Bengali is termed to be the sweetest language and is the national language of the country of Bangladesh and the official language of the Indian states of West Bengal, Tripura, as well as Assam.

With a sum of around 300 million speakers all over the world, Bengali happens to be the 11th most spoken language, when categorized by the total number of speakers.

Historically, Bengali came to fore with the evolution from the Middle Indo-Aryan languages, which include languages like Pali, Magadhi Prakrit.

The literal Bengali language sees a lot of essences borrowed from classical Sanskrit language, both during the era of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu as well as the Bengali Renaissance.

The difference between the fundamental dialects of Bengali in Bangladesh and Bengali in other Indian states include variable accents, phonetics, as well as usage in day to day conversations.

Another significant element of the language is that both the national anthem and national songs of the country were composed in Bengali first, by Bengali writers, which are Rabindranath Tagore, and Bankim Chandra Chatterjee.

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