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Jan. 13, 2017 A common language is one of the basic building blocks of a national culture, and India’s various states do not share one. While at the national level Hindi and English are the official languages, the country’s constitution recognizes 22 languages, and there are dozens more that do not have any type of official status. Language is just one example of India’s multinational nature, and as a result, the states have different internal demands. Under this structure, India cannot be thought of as one coherent economic entity, nor can it be expected to behave like a textbook nation-state.Keep reading