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Top Indo-Aryan languages: All

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Bengali (Bangla) (includes Mal Paharia) 5254
2 Marathi (includes Dakhini Urdu) 4011
3 Northern Gujarati 2829
4 Nepali (Gurkali; includes Palpa) 1755
5 Romani languages 1736
6 Sinhala 1240
7 *Pali (language of the Buddhist canon) 1189
8 Sindhi 1119
9 Hindi-Urdu 1103
10 Konkani 1018
11 Bhojpuri (includes Caribbean Hindustani) 918
12 Oriya (Oŗia) 840
13 Assamese (Ôxômiya) 833
14 Dhivehi (or Mahl) 761
15 Kashmiri 604
16 Saraiki (South Punjabi or Multani) 527
17 Maithili 489
18 Dogri-Kangri 401
19 Hindko 266
20 Awadhi (includes Fijian Hindi) 237
21 Sylheti 209
22 Haryanvi 191
23 Chhattisgarhi 174
24 Potwari (also known as Mirpuri or Pothohari and usually classified as Pahari) 166
25 Domari 158
26 Nuristani languages 156
27 Garhwali (includes Tehri) 142
28 Khowar 138
29 Angika 134
30 Bishnupriya Manipuri (Imar Thar) 133
31 Marwari (includes Mewari) 131
32 Magahi 117
33 Malwi or Malwai 114
34 Bundeli 106
35 **Magadhi Prakrit 96
36 Rohingya 93
37 Shina language 93
38 Malvi 83
39 Bagheli 82
40 Chittagonian 82
41 Kalami 74
42 Majhi or Majhail 68
43 Dhanwar 68
44 Bagri 66
45 Torwali 64
46 Chakma 62
47 Lahnda (West Punjabi) 59
48 Bhili (includes Gamit) 59
49 Sadri 58
50 Hajong 49
51 Pashayi 48
52 *Dramatic Prakrits (Maurya period) 46
53 *Abahatta (Maghadi Apabhramsa) 44
54 Majhi 44
55 Gawar-Bati 42
56 Goaria 39
57 Vedda 38
58 Halbi 38
59 Domaaki 37
60 Varhadi (uncertain placement) 36
61 Palula 33
62 Lambadi 31
63 Nangalami (includes Grangali) 29
64 Middle Indic (ca. 300 BCE to 1500 CE) 25
65 Shumashti 25
66 Musasa 19
67 * Ardhamagadhi (later Jain canon) 18
68 Kalasha 15
69 Doabi 14
70 Harauti 13
71 Nimadi 9
72 Loarki 9
73 Mandeali 8
74 Samvedi 6
75 Oraon Sadri 6
76 Bateri 6
77 Kalkoti 6
78 Chilisso 5
79 Chambeali 5
80 Gowro 5
81 Bhattiyali 5
82 Harijan Kinnauri < 5
83 Mirpuri Punjabi < 5
84 *Elu (Sinhalese Apabhramsa) < 5
85 Chamari < 5
86 Gujari < 5
87 Proto-Indo-Iranian < 5
88 Tirahi < 5
89 Ahirani (Kandeshi) < 5
90 Poguli < 5
91 Churahi < 5
92 Kukna < 5
93 Rajbangsi < 5
94 Pangwali < 5
95 Jadgali < 5
96 Tippera < 5
97 Od < 5
98 early Dakkhini (Kalmitul-hakayat 1580) < 5
99 **Maharashtri Prakrit < 5
100 Wotapuri-Katarqalai < 5
101 Vaagri Booli < 5
102 Bilaspuri < 5
103 Dameli < 5
104 Usui < 5
105 Bhaya < 5
106 Sourashtra < 5
107 Savi < 5
108 * Ashoka-Prakrits (3rd century BC regional dialects) < 5
109 Ghera < 5
110 Vasavi < 5
111 Gowli < 5
112 Varli < 5
113 List of languages of India < 5
114 Powadhi < 5
115 Gaddi < 5
116 Phudagi < 5
117 SIL Ethnologue, 2000. [link] < 5
118 Darai < 5
119 **Sauraseni Prakrit < 5
120 Kanjari < 5
121 Sansi < 5
122 Jaunsari < 5
123 Braj Bhasa-Kanauji < 5
124 Katkari < 5
125 *Sinhala Prakrit < 5
126 *Niya Prakrit < 5
127 Kumhali < 5
128 Chinali < 5
129 Kumauni < 5
130 Brokskad (the Shina of Baltistan and Ladakh) < 5
131 Ushojo < 5
132 Mahasu Pahari < 5
133 Eastern or Central Punjabi < 5
134 Kachchi < 5
135 Indus Kohistani < 5
136 Adivasi Oriya < 5

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