Regional languages in India are fading out in today's world.

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Anand said:   1 year ago
So as we all know in today era our regional language fading day by day we give the preference to the western culture. Like the English language in India childern learn English language first instead of regional because the mind set of Indian people is if he or she speak well English than he or she is well educated they will be successful.

That is the reason of fading regional language over other language.

Naveena D said:   5 years ago
Good Evening Friends,

According to me, Of Course, the regional languages are fading in today's world. Because we are in technological world. So we are talking in official languages. So regional languages are fading in India. Because only we are speaking with family and friends in regional languages. So other times we are speaking English language. So, the regional languages are fading in today's world.

Akas sorate said:   1 year ago
Hi I am Akash,

Yes, reginal languages in India are fading out due to everyone giving preference to western culture and tradition. We are not give important to regional language as like to English language. We are turning to teach our child English first to understand rather than regional languages. This would be reducing our love towards regional languages.

Sami said:   5 years ago
Hi, I am a Sami.

Yes, the regional languages in India are fading out because of no one people interested to talk their own language. If example take tamil is regional language they not interested to talk with tamil if you spoke in tamil, other people think like you don't have more knowledge. If you speak in english they feel like you have more knowlege.

Shreya said:   6 years ago
Yes, the regional languages in India are fading out. Bcs now a time parents also send their childers in yhe english medium school. And in professional area english is mandatory language. So any job english is requirded. And no opportunity for other language. And people also think that if you can speak better enlish so you are inteligent. But not true.

Arunima said:   6 years ago
Yes, the regional languages are fading out because the pressure of learning and speaking eng is so much that neither parents nor the children are being encouraged to speak their regional languages. According to me regional lang should also being given importance acceptance as we should not forget our culture and should cherish what we are.

Pradeep said:   5 years ago
Yes, that's true, nowadays many of don't want to talk Their regional language, they feel proud talking in English, they are okay with talking at home with it comes to talk with friends they feel shy. Somewhere they thought there standard getting low while talking in their regional language.

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