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Indian Languages need to be saved
Indian languages need to saved.
Having many different languages is beneficial as their interaction make them grow in complexity and richness.
Certain emotions/thoughts can be expressed more lucidly in one language than others, so losing a language might mean losing that expressions.
Indian languages reflect the ethos of the people from different parts of India and their local culture
Certain sounds such as the
Retroflex lateral flap
(e.g. The 'il' in Tamil, The "la" in Malayalam) are available only in a few languages such as Tamil, Odia, Malayalam and Marathi and cannot be reproduced in any other languages.
True representation of 'Unity in Diversity'
India's pluralism is its beauty. And that can be kept alive only when Indian languages are alive
Preserving endangered languages offer nothing more than sentimental value and caters to the literary niche.
It would lead to school children being forced to put significant effort in mastering a language which wouldn't come in useful later in life for most of them.
Having one standardized language across the country allows for more efficient bureaucracy.
Having a unified language makes communication easier.
Should periods be followed by one space, or two?
Should Esperanto be adopted internationally?
Are constructed languages useful and do we need more of them?