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  2. 20 hours ago · The number of speakers as a first or second language (L1 and L2 speakers) listed are speakers in Europe only; see list of languages by number of native speakers and list of languages by total number of speakers for global estimates on numbers of speakers. The list is intended to include any language variety with an ISO 639 code. However, it ...

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › SanskritSanskrit - Wikipedia

    20 hours ago · The Central Board of Secondary Education of India (CBSE), along with several other state education boards, has made Sanskrit an alternative option to the state's own official language as a second or third language choice in the schools it governs. In such schools, learning Sanskrit is an option for grades 5 to 8 (Classes V to VIII).

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    20 hours ago · Latin was the language of international communication, scholarship and science until well into the 18th century, when vernaculars (including the Romance languages) supplanted it. Ecclesiastical Latin remains the official language of the Holy See and the Roman Rite of the Catholic Church.

  5. 1 day ago · Nepal Bhasa is the native language of Newars. Newars form a very diverse community with people from Sino-Tibetan, ASI and ANI origin. Newars follow Hinduism and Buddhism, and are subdivided into 64 castes. The language, therefore, plays a central unifying role in the existence and perpetuation of the Newar community.

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  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › GlasgowGlasgow - Wikipedia

    20 hours ago · Glasgow was the "Second City of the British Empire" for much of the Victorian era and the Edwardian era. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Glasgow's population grew rapidly, reaching a peak of 1,127,825 people in 1938.

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