What is the official language of Nagaland?
The official language of Nagaland is English. It is used in official communication, education, and administration in the state. The Nagaland Official Language Act, 1967, recognizes English as the official language of Nagaland. However, the state government also promotes the use of the Naga languages and has taken steps to preserve and promote these languages. In addition to English, many people in Nagaland speak one or more of the Naga languages, which are widely used in daily life and are an important part of the state’s culture and identity.
Nagaland official language
Here is a table with information on the official language of Nagaland:
Note that while English is the official language of Nagaland, the majority of the population also speaks one or more of the Naga languages, which are indigenous to the region. The number of speakers for each Naga language varies, and there are approximately 17 major Naga languages and many sub-dialects spoken in different regions of Nagaland.