Learning - Language Skills | 5-18 yrs

Interesting Facts About Indian Languages


One sub-continent, many languages. The cultural and linguistic diversity of India is what makes it unique and one of the most sought-after destinations for visitors from across the world. 

Share this ClipBook with your child to educate him about India's different languages and teach him about the importance of his mother tongue.


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History Of Indian Languages

Read this clip to know about some interesting historical facts about the numerous Indian languages.

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All About The Indian Linguistic Space

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