Ojhi (Ojha)It is spoken in some parts of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra.
Oko-JuwoiIt is spoken in parts of Andaman Islands.
OllariIt is a Dravidian language spoken mainly in Koraput in Odisha.
OngeIt is spoken in southern Andaman Islands.
Oriya, AdivasiIt is spoken by Adivasis in Araku Valley in  Andhra Pradesh and parts of Odisha. Dialect: Valmiki Adivasi Oriya.
Pahari, KulluIt is spoken in parts of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab. Dialects: Inner Siragi Kukui and Sainji.
Pahari, MahasuIt is spoken in some parts of Shimla and and Solan districts of Himachal Pradesh. Dialects: Lower Mahasu Pahari (Kiunthali, Sirmauri, Baghati, Handuri, Baghliani) and Upper Mahasu Pahari (Shimla Siraji, Sodochi, Rampuri, Rohruri).
Paliyan (Palaya, Seramar)It is a Dravidian language spoken in some parts of Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
Pangi It is spoken mainly in Himachal Pradesh in the Lahul-Spiti and Chamba districts.
PanikaIt is spoken in the Shahdol district of  Madhya Pradesh.
PaniyaIt is a Dravidian language spoken in some parts of Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
Pao (Pabra)It is spoken in the Satna district of Madhya Pradesh.
PardhanIt is a Dravidian language spoken in some parts of Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra.
PardhiIt is a Dravidian language spoken in some parts of Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra. Dialects: Neelishikari, Pittala Bhasha and Takari.
Parenga (Parengi, Gorum)It is spoken in  tthe Koraput district of Odisha and  parts of Andhra Pradesh.
PateliaIt is spoken in some parts of Gujarat and Maharashtra.
PauriIt is spoken in some parts of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. Rath is its dialect.
PengoIt is a Dravidian language spoken in parts of Koraput district of Odisha.
PhakeIt is spoken in some parts of Assam.
PhudagiIt is spoken in some parts of Maharashtra.
Pnar (Synteng)It is spoken in some parts Khasi and Jaintia Hills of Meghalaya.
Dialects: Jaintia and Nongtung.
PuhIt is spoken in the  Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh.
Punjabi, Western (Lahnda, Lahanda, Lahndi)It is spoken by over 40 million people in Pakistan and in parts of Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi and Haryana.
Purik (Burig, Burigskat)It is a Tibeto-Burman language, closely related to Balti, and  dominant in  the Kargil district in north Kashmir.
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