When specified by regions too, Lamani language possesses a wealth of dialectical kinds and forms. For instance, Maharashtra Lamani, Karnataka Lamani (Mysore Lamani), Andhra Pradesh Lamani (Telugu Lamani) are some of the categories which are spoken in a different manner. Each of the three dialects also calls for a different script: Maharashtra utilises the Devanagari script, Karnataka utilises the Kannada language and script, Andhra Pradesh Lamani utilises the Telugu script.
A unique survey had been carried out by the IMA in recent times, which had estimated 1,961,000 number of Lamani speakers in India. With time and modernisation, Lamani language has undergone significant metamorphosis; as such, its literacy rate as a second language has also increased over the years.
Lamani is however also looked at as a Rajasthani language, spoken by nomadic Banjara Tribe across India. Speakers of Lamani language are at times bilingual in Telugu, Kannada, or Marathi.
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