The official language of Arunachal Pradesh is ______.
Owing to the unusually high linguistic diversity of the state, English is the only official language, with Hindi being the lingua franca - one of the commonly spoken languages understood by most people.
With 26 indigenous and distinct tribes, the state of Arunachal Pradesh is linguistically rich and diverse with an equal number of distinct languages, in addition to countless dialects spoken from region to region. The boundaries between various tribes are usually the division of different languages. Nyishi, Adi and Monpa are the top three indigenous languages.
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