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
GangteIt 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.
Gowli (Nand)

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.
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