Minor & Tribal Languages of India -1 (A)

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 It is spoken in Madhya Pradesh.
Abujmaria (Hill Maria):

This is a Dravidian language spoken in Abujmar Hills in Bastar District of Madhya Pradesh by the Hill Maria tribes.

Adi (Abor, Abor-Miri) It is a Tibeto-Burman  language spoken by people in northern hills of the Assam valley, between Bhutan and the Buruli River and Arunachal Pradesh. Miri and Mishing are its dialects.
Adiyan (Eravas)It is a Dravidian language spoken mainly in the Kannur District of Kerala and parts of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.
Agariya ( Agoria)This is spoken by tribals in  Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Odisha.
Ahom (Tai Ahom)This language is no longer spoken in daily life, but is used in religious chants and literary materials by tribes in Assam.
AimolThis language isspoken by some tribes in Assam and Manipur. Langrong is its dialect.
AitonSpoken in Assam.
AjmeriIt is a dialect of Rajasthani, spoken mainly in Ajmer.
Aka-Bea (Bea, Bojigniji, Bojigyab)This language is spoken by tribes of the coastal areas of South Andaman Island.
Aka-Bo (Bo, Ba)Spoken in east-central coast of North Andaman Island and the Nth Reef Island.
Aka-Cari (Chariar)Spoken in the north coast of North Andaman Island, Landfall Island and other nearby small islands.
Aka-Jeru (Jeru, Yerawa)Spoken in parts of the interior and south North Andaman Island.
Aka-Kede (Kede)Spoken in parts of the Middle Andaman Island.
Aka-Kol (Kol)Spoken in southeast Middle Andaman Island.
Aka-Kora (Kora)Spoken in northeast and north central coasts of North Andaman Island and Smith Island.
Akar-Bale (Bale, Balwa)Spoken in Andaman Islands, Ritchie’s Archipelago, Havelock Island and Neil Island.
Allar (Chatans)It is a Dravidian language spoken mainly in the Palghat region of Tamil Nadu.
Alu (Alu Kurumba)It is Dravidian language spoken in the Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu.
AmwiThis language is spoken by some tribes in the Khasi Hills.
Anal (Namfau)Spoken in the Southeast Manipur and parts of Myanmar and Bangladesh.
Andh ( Andhi)Spoken in parts of Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra.
Anga (Angika)Spoken in parts of Bihar.
Apatani (Apa)Spoken in parts of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland.
A-Pucikwar (Puchikwar)Spoken in parts of Andaman Islands, Boratang Island, south coast of Middle Andaman Island, northeast coast of South Andaman Island.
Arakanese (Mogh, Magh, Maghi, Morma, Yakan, Rakhain, Marma)Spoken in Bangladesh, Myanmar and parts of Assam, Tripura and Mizoram.
Arakh (Arrakh)Spoken in parts of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra.
Aranadan (Eranadans)Spoken in parts of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka and in the Calicut region of Kerala.
Are (Ade Bhasha, Aray, Arya)Spoken in parts of Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Karnataka.
Asuri (Ashree, Asura)It is spoken in parts of Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha and West Bengal. Brijia (Koranti) and Manjhi are its dialects.
Awadhi (Abadi, Abohi, Ambodhi, Baiswari, Kosali)It is a dialect of Hindi spoken in parts of Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and parts of Nepal.
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