List of languages by number of native speakers in India - List of mother tongues by number of speakers

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. List of mother tongues by number of speakers Each of the languages of the 2001 census subsumes one or more mother tongues. Speaker numbers are available for these mother tongues and they are also included in the speaker numbers for their respective language. For example, the language Telugu (with a total of 81,127,740 speakers) includes the mother tongues of Telugu (with 80,912,459 speakers), Vadari (198,020 speakers) and 'Others' (17,261 speakers). The General Notes from the 2001 census define 'mother tongue' as 'the language spoken in childhood by the person's mother to the person. If the mother died in infancy, the language mainly spoken in the person's home in childhood will be the mother tongue.' languages mother tongues language mother tongues The following table lists those mother tongues that have more than one million speakers according to the 2011 census:

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