The number of people speaking regional languages including Odia continues to decline in the country except for Hindi, revealed a census report.
According to a census report between 1971 and 2011, the number of Odia speaking people drastically fell during the years.
According to 1971 statistics report, out of the aggregate populace in the nation, 3.62% individuals were talking in Odia dialect. Afterward, the rate dropped to 3.46% of every 1981, 3.35% out of 1991, 3.21% out of 2001 and 3.10% out of 2011.
The measurements demonstrate that the quantity of Odia speakers is declining each year and the pattern is probably going to proceed in future.
Specialists say the ongoing pattern is certainly not a solid sign to maintain the Odisha’s rich workmanship and culture.
In any case, the quantity of Hindi talking individuals fundamentally expanded amid the years.
Out of the aggregate populace in India, 36.99% individuals were communicating in Hindi in 1971. The rate developed to 38.74% of every 1981, 39.29% out of 1991, 41.03% out of 2001 and 43.63% out of 2011.
Like Odia, the number of individuals talking in other territorial dialects additionally dropped amid the period.
As per reports, the nation enrolled more than 10 crore individuals talking in Hindi dialect between the years 2001 and 2011. Bengali is put second in the rundown of local dialects individuals conveyed amid the years. The number of individuals communicating in Bengali rose to 1.10 crore in the vicinity of 2001 and 2011.