Thursday, June 5

Do you wanna learn different regional languages of South-Asia??

Twelve Different Languages in one Spreadsheet!!!

Here I have consolidated the 12 different regional languages of South Asia mostly spoken in Nepal, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka in a single spreadsheet. Around 100 Basic English words and sentences are translated into 12 different languages in separate worksheet. I hope,you will have fun learning different languages at once comparing with one another.

You can change the worksheet to get other language just by clicking the left or right arrow in the bottom right corner of Excel sheet or go to any language of ur choice by clicking the up arrow in the bottom right corner of the Excel sheet.

Brief description of 12 different languages included

Nepali: This is the National language of Nepal and one of the 23 official languages of India and spoke all over Nepal, West Bengal and Sikkim (India), Bhutan and some part of Myanmar. This is my national language. This spoken by around 32 million people

Newari: This is the regional language of Nepal spoken by Newar community. It is spoken mostly in Kathmandu Valley. This language is also known as NEPAL BHASA. This is my mother tongue. It is the only Tibeto-Burman language to be written in the Devanāgarī script.

Hindi: This is the national language of India and spoken all over India and also in Fiji, Mauritius and some part of Nepal. This language is spoken by around 680 million people as First language and around 225 million people as 2nd language.Hindi is the 5th most spoken language in the world.

Telegu: This is 3rd most spoken language in India and official language of Andhra Pradesh of India. It is also spoken in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Orissa, Andaman and Nicobar Islands by around 120 million people.

Bengali: This is National language of Bangladesh, 2nd most spoken language of India after Hindi and official language of West Bengal of India. It is spoken by around 230 million people around the globe. This language ranks 6th most spoken language in world.

Marathi: This is 1300 year old language derived from Sanskrit .This is the official language of Maharashtra and 4th most spoken language in India and spoken by 90 million people around the globe.

Tamil: This language is official language in India, Sri Lanka and Singapore and also spoken by minorities in Malaysia and Mauritius. This is the 1st Indian language to be declared as classical language by the government of India. This is the administrative language of Tamil Nadu and 5th most spoken language in India. It is spoken by 68 million people around the globe.

Urdu: This is the National Language of Pakistan and one of the 23 official languages of India. It is 6th most spoken language in India and spoken by 270 million people around the globe.

Gujarati: This is the native language of Gujarat State of India and spoken around the globe by 46 million people worldwide making it 26th most spoken native language.

Kannada: This is one of the official language of India and Administrative language of Karnataka state. This is spoken by 35 million people around the globe making it as 27th most spoken language.

Malayalam: This language is spoken predominantly in Kerala State of India and Lakshadweep, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Malaysia and some part of UK, Canada and Sri Lanka. This is India 9thth most spoken native language in world. most spoken language and 29

Oryia: This is one of the Indian languages mostly spoken in Orissa state of India. It is spoken by around 31 million of people and India’s 10th most spoken language.


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hey bro.. nicely dont..i finally saw your blog

Really its good for the beginners who are just learning few words.. 12 in 1.. cool...