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Benefits of knowing multiple Indian regional languages

Living in a diverse land such as India, there are numerous benefits of learning other regional languages!

An experience to remember 

The benefits of learning or knowing multiple Indian regional languages dawned on me through a rather unpleasant experience. Today, remembering the incident, I can see the funny side of it and cannot stop laughing at myself!

Born and brought up in the eastern part of India, I was exposed to only Hindi, Bengali and Assamese. Later, I had to relocate to the South for a job. A gracious colleague from Andhra Pradesh, offered to treat me with a Telegu movie on his Birthday. I was never a movie buff and besides, I didn't know a word of Telugu. But it would have been impolite of me to turn down the whole-hearted offer. 

Thus, one Saturday evening, I found myself seated in a theatre full of movie enthusiasts who had arrived to see the favourite superstar- Nagarjuna.

Nagarjuna wearing dark glasses

Half an hour into the show- and myself not understanding a word that was spoken on the big screen- the audience broke out in a fit of laughter at some jokes cracked by the comedian in the movie. Not to be left behind, I joined the bandwagon in a few seconds and laughed out. My colleague who was seated beside me, looked at me, his eyebrows raised in admiration:

“You are enjoying it!” His look said.

I felt quite smug!

Another few minutes into the movie, I could now see the comedian making similar gestures. I thought he was cracking a joke again. To impress my friend I started chuckling.

Immediately, to my panic, I could see angry faces from nearby seats staring at me!

My colleague gestured to me to keep shut. I sensed the seriousness of the situation and sat still. I was also scared and embarrassed.

“It was a quite emotional scene which was enacted... and you were laughing!” my colleague explained gravely after a minute.

I was poker-faced for the rest of the movie and on way home. Relieved, however, to have returned home unhurt! 

I hope readers would never have to go through a similar experience to comprehend the benefits of learning multiple Indian languages! 

The benefits of knowing multiple languages are many, but one of the reasons (as I learned that evening) is that it should be learned is to avoid an awkward, or even as in my case, potentially threatening situations!

Indian regional languages:

Every region breeds multiple languages and manifold dialects. The importance of language in India could be probably gauged from the glow and smile that is inspired once we greet or speak with a person in their language, and with a certain degree of authenticity.

 So why not learn the Indian language online? It is unarguably the best medium to learn. Or are you in search of an Indian regional languages’ app? If so, then the Language Curry app is the answer.

Benefits of learning Indian regional languages:

Besides the one narrated at the beginning of this write-up, the following are possibly the other benefits of knowing Indian regional languages:

  • Getting accustomed to the culture and tradition of each region
  • Having an enriching experience traversing across India
  • Making lots of friends across the nation
  • Pleasantly surprising someone by greeting them in their own, traditional way- just watch the reaction to believe it!
  • Understanding India in its truest sense of terms and appreciating the diversity the nation has to offer
  • Being multi-lingual is such an ego-booster!
  • We acknowledge the importance of language in India and hence we took pain to learn it.

 And many more….

Tips and tricks to learn Indian regional languages: Language Curry

Imbibing a new language is no mean feat, so it is always helpful to know the shortcuts, the unique way which makes learning easy, the learning process which never allows you to forget once you have learned it, proper illustration and learning it the authentic way – which would also mean pronouncing words and sentences just like a native speaker would do.

Language Curry is the Indian regional languages app that ticks all the boxes.

  • Brilliant Illustrations
  • Audio and Visuals to relate
  • Authentic, native ways of pronouncing a word
  • Fun games to keep you interested
  • Online classes catering to specific needs of the user
  • A gradual introduction to the culture
  • Self-evaluation in every step
  • Arranging or sequencing of contents

Get Language curry and learn Indian languages online 

Have you been in a tricky state of affairs,  

And been subjected to angry - stern stares,   

Because you were unaware of the language spoken,

And suffered humiliation that left you broken?


 Have you wanted to make new friends around,

But the language barrier continued to hound,

 Have you always wished to be good and nice,

 But somehow you could never break the ice!


So are you ready to walk the extra mile?

Looking to learn the Indian language in style?

 And greet everyone in their way,

 And across the nation you hold sway.


 Language curry is your helping hand,

Making your learning experience so grand!

 Across India, you'll  make many a friend,

  With the Indian languages App, by your end.

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