ہِندوستٲنؠ رِیاسَتھ تہٕ مَرکٔزی علاقہٕ

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ہِندوستانَس مَنٛز چھِ ۲۸ رِیاسَتھ تہٕ ۸ مَرکٔزی عَلاقہٕ [1]

رِیاسَتھ[اؠڈِٹ]

رِیاسَتھ ISO 3166-2:IN
code
Zone راز دٲنؠ بوٚڑ شَہَر Statehood آبٲدی
(census 2011)
Area
(km2)
Official
languages[2]
Additional official
languages[2]
Andhra Pradesh IN-AP AP Southern Visakhapatnam (Administrative)[3]
Amaravati (Legislative)[3]
Kurnool (Judicial)[3]
Visakhapatnam 1 November 1956 49,506,799 160,205 Telugu
Arunachal Pradesh IN-AR AR North-Eastern Itanagar 20 February 1987 1,383,727 83,743 English
Assam IN-AS AS North-Eastern Dispur Guwahati 26 January 1950 31,205,576 78,550 Assamese Bengali, Bodo
Bihar IN-BR BR Eastern Patna 26 January 1950 104,099,452 94,163 Hindi Urdu
Chhattisgarh IN-CT CG Central Raipurفرما:Efn (Legislative & Administrative), Bilaspur (Judicial) Raipur 1 November 2000 25,545,198 135,194 Chhattisgarhi Hindi, English
Goa IN-GA GA Western Panaji Vasco da Gama 30 May 1987 1,458,545 3,702 Konkani Marathi
Gujarat IN-GJ GJ Western Gandhinagar Ahmedabad 1 May 1960 60,439,692 196,024 Gujarati
Haryana IN-HR HR Northern Chandigarh Faridabad 1 November 1966 25,351,462 44,212 Hindi Punjabi[4][5]
Himachal Pradesh IN-HP HP Northern Shimla (Summer)
Dharamshala (Winter)[6]
Shimla 25 January 1971 6,864,602 55,673 Hindi Sanskrit[7]
Jharkhand IN-JH JH Eastern Ranchi Jamshedpur 15 November 2000 32,988,134 74,677 Hindi Angika, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Ho, Kharia, Khortha, Kurmali, Kurukh, Magahi, Maithili, Mundari, Nagpuri, Odia, Santali, Urdu[8]
Karnataka IN-KA KA Southern Bengaluru 1 November 1956 61,095,297 191,791 Kannada
Kerala IN-KL KL Southern Thiruvananthapuram 1 November 1956 33,406,061 38,863 Malayalam English[9]
Madhya Pradesh IN-MP MP Central Bhopal Indore 26 January 1950 72,626,809 308,252 Hindi
Maharashtra IN-MH MH Western Mumbai (Summer)
Nagpur (Winter)[10][11]
Mumbai 1 May 1960 112,374,333 307,713 Marathi
Manipur IN-MN MN North-Eastern Imphal 21 January 1972 2,855,794 22,347 Meitei English
Meghalaya IN-ML ML North-Eastern Shillong 21 January 1972 2,966,889 22,720 English Khasiفرما:Efn
Mizoram IN-MZ MZ North-Eastern Aizawl 20 February 1987 1,097,206 21,081 English, Hindi, Mizo
Nagaland IN-NL NL North-Eastern Kohima Dimapur 1 December 1963 1,978,502 16,579 English
Odisha IN-OR OD Eastern Bhubaneswar 26 January 1950 41,974,218 155,820 Odia
Punjab IN-PB PB Northern Chandigarh Ludhiana 1 November 1966 27,743,338 50,362 Punjabi
Rajasthan IN-RJ RJ Northern Jaipur 26 January 1950 68,548,437 342,269 Hindi English
Sikkim IN-SK SK North-Eastern Gangtok 16 May 1975 610,577 7,096 English, Nepali Bhutia, Gurung, Lepcha, Limbu, Manggar, Mukhia, Newari, Rai, Sherpa, Tamang
Tamil Nadu IN-TN TN Southern Chennai 1 November 1956 72,147,030 130,058 Tamil English
Telangana IN-TG TS Southern Hyderabadفرما:Efn 2 June 2014 35,193,978[12] 114,840[12] Telugu Urdu[13]
Tripura IN-TR TR North-Eastern Agartala 21 January 1972 3,673,917 10,492 Bengali, English, Kokborok
Uttar Pradesh IN-UP UP Central Lucknow Kanpur 26 January 1950 199,812,341 243,286 Hindi Urdu
Uttarakhand IN-UT UK Central Gairsain (Summer)[14]
Dehradun (Winter)[15]
Dehradun 9 November 2000 10,086,292 53,483 Hindi Sanskrit[16]
West Bengal IN-WB WB Eastern Kolkata 26 January 1950 91,276,115 88,752 Bengali, Nepaliفرما:Efn ہِندی زَبان, Odia, Telugu, Punjabi, Santali, اردوٗ

حَوالہٕ[اؠڈِٹ]

  1. "Home | Know India: National Portal of India". knowindia.india.gov.in. Retrieved 2021-11-09.
  2. 2٫0 2٫1 "Report of the Commissioner for linguistic minorities: 50th report (July 2012 to June 2013)" (PDF). Commissioner for Linguistic Minorities, Ministry of Minority Affairs, Government of India. Archived from the original (PDF) on 8 July 2016. Retrieved 14 January 2015.
  3. 3٫0 3٫1 3٫2 "Andhra Governor gives nod to CM Jagan Mohan Reddy's three-capital plan". Livemint (in اَنگیٖزۍ). 1 August 2020. Retrieved 2 August 2020.
  4. "Haryana grants second language status to Punjabi". Hindustan Times. 28 January 2010. Archived from the original on 3 September 2015. https://web.archive.org/web/20150903231506/http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/haryana-grants-second-language-status-to-punjabi/article1-502720.aspx. 
  5. "Punjabi gets second language status in Haryana". Zee news. 28 January 2010. http://zeenews.india.com/news/haryana/punjabi-gets-second-language-status-in-haryana_599789.html. 
  6. Mar 2, TIMESOFINDIA COM /; 2017; Ist, 18:37. "Dharamsala: Himachal Pradesh gets its second capital in Dharamsala | India News - Times of India". The Times of India (in اَنگیٖزۍ). Retrieved 2021-07-26.CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)
  7. Pratibha Chauhan (17 February 2019). "Bill to make Sanskrit second official language of HP passed". The Tribune (Shimla). https://www.tribuneindia.com/news/himachal/bill-to-make-sanskrit-second-official-language-of-hp-passed/730075.html. 
  8. "Jharkhand gives 2nd language status to Magahi, Angika, Bhojpuri and Maithali". uniindia.com.
  9. "Kerala Official Languages Act, 1969". www.bareactslive.com. Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  10. "History | District Nagpur,Government of Maharashtra | India" (in اَنگیٖزۍ). Retrieved 2021-07-26.
  11. Raghunatha, TN (2 June 2018). "Monsoon session to start in Maha's winter Capital Nagpur from July 4". Pioneer. https://www.dailypioneer.com/nation/monsoon-session--to-start-in-mahas-winter-capital-nagpur-from-july-4.html. 
  12. 12٫0 12٫1 "Telangana State Profile". Telangana government portal. ص. 34. Retrieved 11 June 2014.
  13. "Urdu is second official language now" (in en-IN). The Hindu. 17 November 2017. فرما:Citation/identifier. https://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Hyderabad/urdu-is-second-official-language-now/article20493655.ece. 
  14. "Gairsain is Uttarakhand's summer capital". The Indian Express (in اَنگیٖزۍ). 2020-06-08. Retrieved 2021-07-26.
  15. "Gairsain Named Uttarakhand's New Summer Capital". The Times of India (in اَنگیٖزۍ). Retrieved 5 March 2020.
  16. Singh, Pallavi (19 April 2010). "Sanskrit: reviving the language in today's India". mint.


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