Which Languages is NOT Spoken in Jharkhand?

  1. Hindi
  2. Santhali
  3. Mundari
  4. Assamese
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 29th May 2015 in Arts.
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    Option 4 is the right answer.

    Assamese is language state Asam.
    The state of Jharkhand is  home to languages from three major families – the Munda languages  which include Santhali, Mundari, Ho,Hindi Kharia and Bhumji the Dravidian languages which include Oraon (Kurukh), Korwa and Paharia (Malto) and the Indo-Aryan (Indo-European) languages which include Nagpuri, Sadri, Khortha, Kurmali, Oriya, Bengali and Hindi. Indo-Aryan languages have had an enormous impact on the Munda languages especially with respect to syntax and vocabulary. It is also generally assumed that the Munda languages for their part have − at least in some point in the distant past − affected the Indo-Aryan languages. Convergence between Munda languages and Indo Aryan languages continues to this day in Jharkhand and this influence operates in both directions, with the Munda languages often influencing Indo-Aryan languages in regions where speakers of Munda languages are found in large numbers.

    Harsh Vardhan Professor Answered on 29th May 2015.
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