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Malayalam is a Dravidian language spoken in the Indian states of Kerala, Lakshadweep and Puducherry, as well as by the Malayali diaspora worldwide. It is one of 22 scheduled languages of India and has been designated as a "Classical Language of India" in 2013. Malayalam is spoken by approximately 34 million people in India, with a significant number of speakers residing in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu as well. Malayali expatriates living in the Persian Gulf countries are an especially large population of Malayalam speakers. In India, Malayalam is spoken in cities including Mumbai, Bengaluru, Delhi, Kolkata, and Pune.

Malayalam has official language status in Kerala, Puducherry, and Lakshadweep, making it an important language in India. It is used in education, government, and other aspects of life. Malayalam is an important language for communication and cultural identity. It has a rich literary tradition, with a variety of genres and styles, and is used in the media, education, and other aspects of life. The language has a long and varied history, with many dialects and regional variations. It has been influenced by other languages and cultures, including Sanskrit, Hindi, Portuguese, Arabic, and English. It is an ancient language which is derived from the ancient Tamil language. Malayalam is spoken by the majority of the population in the state, and it is also used in government and education.

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