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Nagari languages

Akhilesh Gupta's intro to Nagari langauges. I quote: Those Indian Languages which are written using Nagari can be called Nagari Languages. These languages have a common root, Sanskrit. Sanskrit was a language of Scholars (since 500 BC). Now only few hundred people speak Sanskrit and a few thousand can really understand it. Hindi, Marathi and Nepali, spoken by tens of millions of people, use Nagari. Awadhi, Bihari, Braj-bhasha, Chhattisgarhi, Konkani, and Marwari are spoken by between one and ten million people and also use Nagari. Rarer languages that use Nagari include Garhwali, Mundari, Newari, Bagheli, Bhatneri, Bhili, Gondi, Jaipuri, Harauti, Ho, Kachchhi, Kanauji, Kului, Kumaoni, Kurku, Kurukh, Palpa and Santali.

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