February 6, 2023


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Oral literature of Indian languages dying: Culture minister

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Many Indian languages are losing their oral literature and globalisation isn’t the reason for the loss of this intrinsic fabric of culture, parliament was informed Tuesday.

In a written reply in the Lok Sabha, Culture and Tourism Minister Shripad Yesso Naik said: “It is true that globalisation is affecting languages in the sense that many languages under pressure are losing oral literature and words related to culture, especially food items, dress and ornaments, rituals, flora and fauna.”

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