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Nimadi Language
A beautiful language Nimadi is spoken by the inhabitants of central India
 Mostly spoken in central region of India, Nimadi , a significant language , falls into the category of the famous Indo Aryan language family. Extensive researches have revealed the fact that Nimadi has a close link with the other languages of India like Bhil, Malvi etc. As per the report of the IMA survey that has been brought out in the year 1997, total Nimadi speakers in India was 1, 359,000. Many people identify Nimadi by alternative names like Nemadi, Nimari, Nimiadi. Bhuani is a dialect originated from this beautiful language.

(Last Updated on : 02/01/2009)
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