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Indias official languageanon23/04/2019 (Tue) 12:40:005750Reply
We must choose an official language of India. It must be only one.
It must not be English.
It should not be hindi.
Dream of Sanskrit is not viable option as dravidians and few other parts have no relation with it.

So what should be an official language of India and Indiachan?
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 12:41:365751Reply
>>5750
Malayalam of course
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 12:46:355752Reply
>>5750
Urdu wonly
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 12:47:015753Reply
>>5751
Hehwehe

Discuss seriously.
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 13:05:425754Reply
>>5750
Bengali is the most aesthetically pleasing language. As such I nominate it. Joy Bangla
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 13:11:085755Reply
>>5750
People should know when to give up. A large diverse country such as ours needs a lot of compromises and saying 'this shouldn't be this' and 'that shouldn't be that' is not going to help in making any compromised mature decision. That's why we ended up in 3 language policy because everyone was far too stuck up in their own assess. No need to replace when it works so well. However if you insist country needs a single language then an artificial language would work nice and we could have done like what Indonesians did by creating an artificial national language by combining Malay and Dutch but we are far too forward in time for such a task. Bose tried to do something similar by combining Hindu-Urdu and writing it in Latin. However that wouldn't be acceptable to Hindi purists.
Just hope Hindustani Muttification continues at the current piece and some sort of Hindi-Urdu-Local Language-English pidgin forms as a language like in Mumbai instead of trying to force a single language on everyone , that is if your concern is to have a language that can be the lingua franca anywhere in India. However if your concern is that a particular language should and only be the only candidate for communication then I've no options for you other than genocide and civil war.
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 13:12:035756Reply
>>5754
We don't need aesthetically pleasing language but something that works for everybody.
Bengali language would attracts same problems with Hindi.
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 13:12:055757Reply
>>5753
Malayalam is the most beautiful language spoken in the best state of India. though its a Dravidian language it has Sanskrit elements too and it keeps any major group from being pissed off that their rivals language is indias official language
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 13:13:355758Reply
Forget I ever asked. Everyone going to vote for their own language.

Is there any language which is mix of South and North language so both parties can happily adopt it.
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 13:16:275759Reply
>>5755
>Bose tried to do something similar by combining Hindu-Urdu and writing it in Latin
Only part that caught my attention. This is intresting. Hindi purist might adopt. If you thing they won't? Why then? Is it much close to dravidian than hindi?
Also why would anyone in India would bow to Latin?
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 13:19:135760Reply
>>5758
Maybe Konkani or that dravidian language in Pakistan.
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 13:20:415761Reply
>>5758
is the language goans speak like a mix of both? I mean i haven't studied into it but it sounds like a real good mix to me. At times i even thought someone was speaking Malayalam for a split second and at other times Hindi, Memes aside this seems like the best option to me but i am also highly against having an official language since i diskette northern and other outside influences for various reasons
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 13:22:155762Reply
>>5760
Brahui seems closer to arbic and plus its pakistani.
Kokani seems intresting.
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 13:22:365763Reply
>>5760
>>5762
How simple Kokani is?
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 13:23:485764Reply
>>5757
>has Sanskrit elements too
Examples?
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 13:34:025765Reply
>>5759
>If you thing they won't? Why then?
Maybe because an important aspect of being a Hindi purist is strict adherence only to Sanskrit root words and devanagiri.
>Is it much close to dravidian than hindi?
No? It's just regular Hindi romanized. Hindi English alphabet par likho aur wo banega Bose ka Hindustani or something like that.
>Also why would anyone in India would view to Latin?
Bose was only concerned with forming a lingua franca. He was a Bengali and had no emotional attachment to hindi or Hindustani. Almost everybody knows how to read English alphabet in his army.
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 13:38:535766Reply
>>5765
Okay. Appreciated.
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 13:42:525767Reply
>>5750
Nihongo onagaishimasu gosaimasu desu
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 13:45:535769Reply
>>5767
Konichiwa
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 14:20:035770Reply
>>5766
Here is a leaflet from official Azad Hind government btw to see what it looked like. BTW do note that during that time, most of his army and government composed of Indian loyalists who were already pretty okay with Hindustani (Rajagopalachari a Tamil even arrested people for anti hindi protests despite the warning not to do by nehru) so don't expect simply writing Hindi in English will be acceptable by everyone today. It might have worked then when such a compromise was pretty acceptable. As I said in my first post, your best hope is to accept the natural muttification to create a Hindustani-English pidgin like how it happened in Mumbai. I once made a thread in old indiachan about creating an artificial register like esperanto which has English, Sanskrit and Dravidian root words, have the grammer of Hindi/urdu while simplifying some rules(like Hindi's complicated gender pronouns) and written in Latin alphabet but I don't really know even that would help (people in here opposed to the idea even then don't even talk about normal people who are much more fiercely attached to their language and culture).
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 14:21:035771Reply
>>5770
A more clearer paper
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 14:36:105772Reply
>>5767
Yada. Kore wa kore sore wa sore. Nihongo watashi no kuni des dare no wakaranai. Did I get it right weebs?.
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 15:31:535773Reply
>>5770
>esperanto
Gay
Nobody cares about your language muttification ideas
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 16:03:055774Reply
>>5770
>Urdu

Stalin must be thanked for executing bose
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 16:09:085776Reply
>>5772
Omae wa mo shinde iru
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 16:55:305777Reply
>>5754
Thereby turning the rest of the India towards cuckoldry, a bengali's favourite pastime.
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 17:12:225778Reply
>>5750
Garhwali is the only correct answer.
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 17:21:485779Reply
>>5778
Thats just Hindi with a chinki accent
anon23/04/2019 (Tue) 17:44:115780Reply
>>5779
>That's just Hindi with X
That's just an excuse from Hindiniggers so that take over that language.
anon24/04/2019 (Wed) 07:52:205794Reply
>>5750
Lundjabbi
anon24/04/2019 (Wed) 07:59:445795Reply
>>5750
Prakrit
anon24/04/2019 (Wed) 09:48:515802Reply
>>5780
Not really. It's just the chinki accent that makes it unintelligible to us. It's classified as a dialect of Hindi by GoI.
anon11/05/2019 (Sat) 09:06:146540Reply
>>5750
Sanskrit it'll be. But it'll be written in roman transliteration and have simplified grammar rules. Most Indians know how to read roman alphabet and most Indian languages have borrowed from Sanskrit vocabulary so it won't be a problem. An alternative to roman script would be to adapt the Bharati script(https://www.bharatiscript.com) but that would be a herculean task to teach everyone. However the retarded grammar rules must be simplified so that even a commonor will be able to pick it up. We'll call this new language 'Bharatiya'. However technical education shall be in English and others shall be in the local language. This language shall only be used for the purpose of lingua franca to speak amongst Indians who need a language closer to them to communicate with each other.
anon11/05/2019 (Sat) 09:33:596541Reply
>>5750
>We must choose an official language of India. It must be only one.

we don't. we're perfectly fine without it.
anon11/05/2019 (Sat) 10:57:156542Reply
>>6540
Hmmm... if you are interested you can check out my project in trying to create a new Hindustani form. It's rules are based on Hindi though. Although I'm currently at the dilemma to actually use Hindi grammar which is moderately harder or just copy paste esperanto grammar rules retaining Hindi aspects. Most of the loan words are from. Sanskrit. The goal is to minimise the number of words and simplify the grammar rules. You can check a sample here.
>>>/b/9296
Some basic rules
>add na at the beginning to form opposite meaning
Mitr->Namitr
Janm->Najanm
Prem->Naprem
>add am at the end to form plurals
Mitr->Mitram
Esh->Esham
Ahm->Ahmam
>no gender pronouns
Esh-He/She/It/etc...
Bhav-You
>concepts will be reduced in very few words as possible
Janm-Create, give birth, give life, make, etc...
Ma-Father, mother, guardian, etc...
Currently I'm trying to simplify the tender rules of Hindi.
anon11/05/2019 (Sat) 10:59:256543Reply
>>6542
*tense rules
anon11/05/2019 (Sat) 11:02:526544Reply
>>6540
>>6542
Also I don't think Indians will easily learn Sanskrit. It's grammar rules are based on SVO languages similar to English while almost all Indian languages are SOV languages.
anon11/05/2019 (Sat) 12:40:186547Reply
>>6544
If entire Israil can learn Hebrew in the manner of years why can't we learn Sanskrit?
anon11/05/2019 (Sat) 12:55:336553Reply
>>6547
Big difference between teaching few 10000s Jews(who already had a tradition of learning it, it wasn't 'revived' from scratch) and and a billion population. I'm not sure if you're actually retarded or just can't comprehend the scale. It'll just end up in worse state than English. Almost 250+ years of state and only 20% of the population knows it. It'll take more than a century to be revived.
anon11/05/2019 (Sat) 13:00:356554Reply
>>6547
>>6553
Also not to mention being a tightly knit and culturally united population like Israel it is easier to unite the population to do a particular task. To do that multicultural state is almost impossible. Again I don't know if you are capable of comprehending the multiculturalness of India where language changes after every 50 kms.
anon11/05/2019 (Sat) 13:10:536555Reply
>>6547
You're saying entire Israel like it's some BIG country when it's just a few 1000s kikes who were fortunate enough to not get pwned by Hitler. You could easily revive Sanskrit if India had population of that scale.
anon11/05/2019 (Sat) 15:40:336564Reply
>>5778
Literally every pahadi I've come across has succumed to hindi and doesn't even want to learn the chinki language. Even the elders at their home talk in hindi lmao
anon11/05/2019 (Sat) 17:19:596567Reply
>>5778
hello my fellow garhwali fren
>>5779
> Hindi with a chinki accent
you must be a retard if you think that
anon12/05/2019 (Sun) 03:56:266578Reply
>>6540
I agree. We need to revive Sanskrit. We will use Bharati script. English alphabet can't represent Indian sounds well. Grammar don't need to be simplified. It's not that hard imo. I demand both technical and social education to be in native languages.
>>5750
Only Tamil politicians hate Sanskrit. Others don't really hate Sanskrit. You need slow and steady adaption. Start by getting LS & RS majority to add Sanskrit as an official language. Then reform education policy so all states learn English, Sanskrit and Native Language as default instead of the current English, Hindi and Native Language. After a few decades then give national status to Sanskrit and remove Hindi from official status.
anon12/05/2019 (Sun) 20:34:416604Reply
>>5763
Very easy to speak, difficult to write. Very fragmented with different dialects. Shudh konkani is difficult, but what normal people speak is super easy. Anyone can learn in 6 months

t. Goan and can speak two dialects
anon13/05/2019 (Mon) 02:17:546608Reply
>>6541
this.
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go focus on improving the economy dumb niggers. everything will fall into place.

why are northies so retarded?
anon13/05/2019 (Mon) 03:02:166609Reply
>>6608
If Anyone isn't realistic enough to realise the civil war we are preparing for future , if we lost you would be dead , and ur economy gone to fund some sandniggers , Improve economy yes but don't simply ignore other points .
anon13/05/2019 (Mon) 06:06:266621Reply
>>6609
there's no civil war coming.

you just talk about "we", "war" and "preparing for future" because you're a low-t friendless faggot who uses all this as escapism.

and those were not insults. you'll know what i mean if you're able to look past through biases.

im not a liberal or anything.
these are some of my opinions:

1.
anon13/05/2019 (Mon) 06:08:206623Reply
>>6621
continued:

1. muzzies are fucking disgusting and attempt to destroy peace with their barbarianism.

2. most people in the north are super cucked and not smarter than the south (im a northie in south)

3. you're a retarded schizo
anon13/05/2019 (Mon) 06:18:506625Reply
>>6621
There's No civil war is coming
Ok
anon13/05/2019 (Mon) 07:28:156630Reply
>>6625
Be silent, schizo.
anon13/05/2019 (Mon) 15:34:416652Reply
>>5750
Marathi is the only option.
anon16/05/2019 (Thu) 01:46:496709Reply
>>5757

Actually, that'd be Telugu, and it has even more elements of Sanskrit than Malayalam. Malayalam is too dravidianized.

There's a reason why most of the legendary carnatic music was composed in Telugu despite the authors being Tamil or some other south Indian.


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