Indo-Aryan languages

The Indo-Aryan language are a branch of the Indo-Iranian languages which are part of the Indo-European language family.

Modern Indo-Aryan languages are descended from the Old Indo-Aryan languages such as Vedic Sanskrit via Sanskrit. There are more than 200 modern Indo-Aryan languages. These include languages such as Hindi and Bengali (with around 500 million and 100 million speakers respectively), and also less well known languages such as the dialects of the Romany communities with speakers numbering in the hundreds of thousands.

Central Zone

Hindi, Urdu