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Compare Hindi vs Nepali vs Telugu World Languages

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Language Family and Writing System
 
Writing System
Devangari Devangari Telugu
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Script(s) Used
(hind ) (n P L ) (telugu)
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Family
Indo-european Indo-european Dravidian
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Subgroup
Indo-aryan Indo-aryan South-central
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3 Letter Code
Hin Nep Tel
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Number of Speakers
 
Number of Native speakers (millions)
182 million
16.1 million
66.4 million
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Native Speakers as % of World
3.9 %
0.3 %
1.4 %
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Total Number of Speakers (millions)
490 million
32 million
74 million
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Total Speakers as % of World
6.4 %
0.4 %
1 %
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Language Systems
 
Noun declensions
Two Cases None Six Cases
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Sequence
Sov Sov Sov
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Tonal
No No No
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Agglutinative language
No No Yes
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Geographic Distribution
 
Official language in

India

Nepal

India

Nepal

India

Nepal

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Official Language of United Nations
No No No
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Countries Spoken In
India, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, United States, Canada, Nepal Nepal, India, Bhutan, Myanmar India, Singapore
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No. of Countries Spoken In
6
4
2
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