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Gondi is spoken by the Gondi people. It is one of the most
important Central Dravidian languages, spoken by about two million
people - chiefly in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Andhra
Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chhattishgarh and in various adjoining areas
of neighbouring states. Although it is the language of the Gond
people, only about half of them still speak it. Gondi has no
written literature, but it has a rich folk literature, examples of
which are marriage songs and narrations. The language has a
two-gender system, substantives being either masculine or
nonmasculine. Gondi departed from the parent Proto-Dravidian
language by developing initial voiced stops and aspirated stops.
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