- Nahari language
Nahari Spoken in India Region Chhattisgarh and Orissa Native speakers 20,400 (2000) Language family Language codes ISO 639-3 nhh Indic (Indo-Aryan) Old · Middle Old Middle Modern CentralOthers EasternOthers Northern North
Southern WesternOthers Iranian Old · Middle OldWesternEastern MiddleWesternEastern Modern WesternSouth (Persid)North EasternOthers Other Indo-Iranian languages Dardic NuristaniOthers Italics indicate extinct languages.
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