Kokborok Language – Also known by other names such as the Borok language, Kak-borok and Tripuri, Kokborok is a predominant language in India
Garo language belongs to the family of Sino-Tibetan languages and is categorized under the Bodo-Garo subgroup
Halbi Language Belonging to the family of Indo-Aryan languages, Halbi is an Eastern-Indo-Aryan language. It is also known by a list of other names. These are Halavi, Halabi, Bastari, Halba, Halvas, Mahari, as well as Mehari. It is most widely spoken in parts of central India, and currently has a population of more than 6,00,000… Continue reading About Halbi Language
Also known as Mizo ttawng, the Mizo language is a Sino-Tibetan language and is spoken natively by many people in the countries of India,
Belonging to the family of Sino-Tibetan languages, Konyak is mainly spoken in the north eastern state of Nagaland in India, precisely by the Konyak people.
Belonging to the branch of northern-Dravidian languages, Malto is primarily spoken by the Sauria Paharia community, residing in the eastern states of India.
Belonging to the Tani branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family, Nishi is known by a list of other names, these are: Nyishi, Nisi, Nishing, Nissi, Nyising, Bangni,
Ao is basically a language branch belonging to the family of Sino-Tibetan languages. It is mainly spoken by the community of Ao people
Kharia Language – Belonging to the family of Munda languages, Kharia is mainly spoken by the indigenous Kharia people residing in the eastern region of India
Koya Language – Belonging to the Gondi-Kui group of languages, Koya is a Dravidian language, precisely south-central, and is often considered to be a dialect of the Gondi language