Question by Ron: Why do Indians Muslim speak a different language as compared to Indian Hindus?
In highly-populated Muslim areas, Muslim speak Urdu/Hindustani as compared to regional Indian languages. For example in Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh, the Muslims speak Urdu/Hindustani; but other Hindus in Andhra Pradesh speak Telugu. I don’t know one Indian Muslim that can speak a regional Indian language, besides maybe Punjabi; and that could be because of its connection with Pakistan.
Answer by LokiAkuma
Because it’s a very split culture, so split in fact, that Pakistan, a country consisted of a majority of Muslims was carved off from the Indian region by the British.
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