|Gadaba (Gadba, Gutob, Gudwa, Godwa, Bodo Gadaba, Boi Gadaba)|
It is spoken mainly in Andhra Pradesh (Visakhapatnam district) and Odisha (Koraput district). Dialects: Munda Orissa Gadaba and Munda Andhra Pradesh Gadab
|Gadaba (Ollar Gadaba, Ollari, San Gadaba, Gadba)|
It is spoken in some parts of Koraput District in Odisha.
|Gaddi (Bharmauri Bhadi, Pahari Bharmauri,Gaddyaligadi)||This Indo-Aryan language is spoken in some parts of Chamba district in Himachal Pradesh and parts of Uttar Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir|
|Gade Lohar (Gaduliya Lohar, Bagri Lohar, Lohari)||This Indo-Aryan language is spoken in some parts of Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Haryana and Punjab.|
|Galong (Galo, Adi-Gallong)||It is spoken in parts of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh, in areas bordering Tibet|
|Gamti (Gamati, Gamta)||This Indo-Aryan language belonging to the Bhil sub-group is spoken by the Gamti tribes in parts of Broach and Surat in Gujarat|
|Gangte||It is spoken in some parts of Assam, central Manipur, Meghalaya and Myanmar.|
|Garhwali (Gadhavali, Gadhawala, Gadwahi, Gorwali)||This Indo-Aryan languge is spoken in some parts of Kashmir and Uttar Pradesh. Its various dialects are Srinagaria, Tehri, Badhani, Dessaulya, Lohbya, Majh-Kumaiya, Bhattiani, Nagpuriya, Rathi and Salani.|
|Garo (Mande)||It is spoken in western Assam, Garo Hills; Meghalaya, Nagaland, Tripura and West Bengal. It has various dialects like Abengya, Achick, Ambeng, Atong, Awe, Chisak, Dacca, Ganching, Kamrup, Matchi, Megam and Ruga.|
|Gata (Gataq, Geta, Didayi)||It is spoken in Koraput in Odisha.|
|Gawari (Gamari)||It is spoken in some parts of Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Maharashtra.|
|Girasia, Adivasi (Adivasi Girasia, Garasia)|
This Indo-Aryan language belonging to the Bhil sub-group is spoken by the Adivasi Girasia tribes found in the Banaskantha and Sabarkantha districts of Northern Gujarat.
|Girasia, Rajput (Rajput Garasia, Dungri Grasia, Dhungri Bhili)||This Indo-Aryan language is spoken in Gujarat and Rajasthan.|
|Gondi, Northern (Gondi, Gondiva) :|
This is a Dravidian language is spoken mainly in Betul, Chindwara, Seoni, Mandla, and Balaghat districts of Madhya Pradesh and Amravati, Wardha, Nagpur, Bhandara, and Yavatmal districts of Maharashtra. Dialects: Betul, Chindwara, Mandla, Seoni, Amravati, Bhandara, Nagpur and Yavatmal.
|Gondi, Southern (Telugu Gondi)|
This is a Dravidian language is spoken mainly in Adilabad district of Andhra Pradesh and southern Yavatmal, southern Chandrapur and southeastern Gadchiroli districts of Maharashtra. Dialects: Sironcha, Nirmal (Adilabad), Bhamragarh, Utnoor, Aheri, Rajura and Etapally Gondi.
|Gowlan:||This is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by Korku tribal people of Maharashtra.|
Indo-Aryan language spoken in Amravati district of Maharashtra and some parts of Madhya Pradesh. Dialects: Nand, Ranya, Lingaayat and Khamla.
|Groma (Tromowa)||Sino-Tibetan language spoken mainly in Sikkim.|
|Gujari (Gujuri, Gojri, Gogri, Kashmir Gujuri)|
This Indo-Aryan language is spoken in some parts of Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir and Rajasthan.
|Gurung (Gurung Kura)||This Sino-Tibetan language is spoken in parts of the Darjeeling district of West Bengal and in parts of Nepal.|
- Minor & Tribal Languages of India -1 (A)
- Minor & Tribal Languages of India -2 (B)
- Minor & Tribal Languages of India -3 (CD)
- Minor & Tribal Languages of India -5 (HIJ)
- Minor & Tribal Languages of India -6 (K)
- Minor & Tribal Languages of India -7 (LM)
- Minor & Tribal Languages of India -8 (N)
- Minor & Tribal Languages of India -9 (OP)
- Minor & Tribal Languages of India -10 (RST)
- Minor & Tribal Languages of India -11 (U-Z)