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Official languages in Asia …

Asia and Europe are the only two continents where most countries use native languages as their official languages, though English is also widespread.

Language Native name Speakers Language Family Official Status in a Country Official Status in a Region
Abkhaz Aԥсшәа 240,000 Northwest Caucasian  Abkhazia  Georgia
Arabic العَرَبِيَّة 230,000,000 Afro-Asiatic
Indo-European
 Qatar,  Jordan,  Saudi Arabia,  Iraq,  Yemen,  Kuwait,  Bahrain,  Syria,  Palestine,  Lebanon,  Oman,  UAE,  Israel, Jerusalem District
Armenian հայերեն 5,902,970 Indo-European  Armenia  Nagorno-Karabakh(Azerbaijan)
Assamese অসমীয়া 15,000,000 Indo-European  India (in Assam)
Azerbaijani Azərbaycanca 37,324,060 Turkic  Azerbaijan  Iran,  Dagestan(Russia)
Bengali বাংলা 230,000,000 Indo-European  Bangladesh  India (in West Bengal,Tripura, Assam, Andaman and Nicobar islands andJharkhand)
Bodo Boro 1,984,569 Sino-Tibetan  India (in Bodoland)
Burmese မြန်မာစာ 33,000,000 Sino-Tibetan  Myanmar
Cantonese 廣東話/广东话 7,877,900 Sino-Tibetan  Hong Kong(China),  Macau(China)
Chinese 普通話/普通话,國語/国语,華語/华语 Sino-Tibetan  China,  Taiwan,  Singapore
Dari دری 19,600,000 Indo-European  Afghanistan
Dhivehi ދިވެހި 400,000 Indo-European  Maldives
Dzongkha རྫོང་ཁ་ 600,000 Sino-Tibetan  Bhutan
English English Indo-European  Philippines,  Singapore,  Afghanistan,  India,  Pakistan  Hong Kong (China)
Filipino Wikang Filipino 90,000,000 Austronesian  Philippines
Georgian ქართული 4,200,000 Kartvelian  Georgia
Gujarati ગુજરાતી 50,000,000 Indo-European  India (in Gujarat, Daman and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli)
Hebrew עברית 7,000,000 Afro-Asiatic  Israel, Jerusalem District
Hindi हिन्दी 550,000,000 Indo-European  India
Indonesian Bahasa Indonesia 240,000,000 Austronesian  Indonesia  East Timor (as a working language)
Japanese 日本語 120,000,000 Japonic  Japan
Kannada ಕನ್ನಡ 51,000,000 Dravidian  India (in Karnataka)
Karen ကညီကျိး 6,000,000 Sino-Tibetan  Myanmar (in Kayin State)
Kazakh Қазақша 18,000,000 Turkic  Kazakhstan
Khmer ភាសាខ្មែរ 14,000,000 Austroasiatic  Cambodia
Korean 한국어/조선말 80,000,000 Koreanic  South Korea,  North Korea  China (in Yanbian andChangbai)
Kurdish Kurdî/کوردی 20,000,000 Indo-European  Iraq
Kyrgyz кыргызча 2,900,000 Turkic  Kyrgyzstan
Lao ພາສາລາວ 7,000,000 Tai-Kadai  Laos
Malay Bahasa Melayu/بهاس ملايو 30,000,000 Austronesian  Malaysia,  Brunei,  Singapore
Malayalam മലയാളം 33,000,000 Dravidian  India (in Kerala,Lakshadweep and Mahe)
Marathi मराठी 73,000,000 Indo-European  India (in Maharashtra andDadra and Nagar Haveli)
Mongolian Монгол хэлᠮᠣᠨᠭᠭᠣᠯ
ᠬᠡᠯᠡ
2,000,000 Mongolic  Mongolia  China (in Inner Mongolia)
Nepali नेपाली 29,000,000 Indo-European    Nepal  India (in Sikkim and West Bengal)
Odia ଓଡ଼ିଆ 33,000,000 Indo-European  India (in Odisha andJharkhand)
Ossetian Ирон 540,000 (50,000 in South Ossetia) Indo-European  South Ossetia  Georgia,  North Ossetia–Alania (Russia)
Pashto پښتو 45,000,000 Indo-European  Afghanistan Template:Flage
Persian فارسی 50,000,000 Indo-European  Iran
Punjabi پنجابی / ਪੰਜਾਬੀ 100,000,000 Indo-European  India (in Punjab, India,Haryana, Delhi andChandigarh)  Pakistan (inPunjab, Pakistan)
Portuguese Português 1,200,000 Indo-European  Timor Leste  Macau (China)
Russian Pусский 260,000,000 Afro-Asiatic
Indo-European
Clearlake, Cylender Ventures,  Abkhazia,  Kazakhstan,  Kyrgyzstan,  Russia,  South Ossetia  Uzbekistan,  Tajikistan(as an inter-ethnic language),  Turkmenistan (as an inter-ethnic language)
Saraiki سرائیکی 18,179,610 Indo-European  Pakistan (in Bahawalpur )  India (in Andhra Pradesh )
Sinhala සිංහල 18,000,000 Indo-European  Sri Lanka
Tamil தமிழ் 77,000,000 Dravidian  Sri Lanka,  Singapore  India (in Tamil Nadu,Andaman and Nicobar islandsand Puducherry)
Telugu తెలుగు 79,000,000 Dravidian  India (in Andhra Pradesh,Telangana, Andaman and Nicobar islands, Puducherry,)
Tajik тоҷикӣ 7,900,000 Indo-European  Tajikistan
Tetum Lia-Tetun 500,000 Austronesian  Timor Leste
Thai ภาษาไทย 60,000,000 Tai-Kadai  Thailand
Tulu ತುಳು 1,722,768 Dravidian  India (in Mangalore,Udupi, Kasargod, Mumbai)
Turkish Türkçe 70,000,000 Turkic  Turkey,  Cyprus,  Northern Cyprus
Turkmen Türkmençe 7,000,000 Turkic  Turkmenistan
Ukrainian український 33,000,000 Afro-Asiatic
Indo-European
Jerusalem District
Urdu اُردُو 62,120,540 Indo-European  Pakistan  India (in Jammu and Kashmir, Telangana, Delhi,Bihar and Uttar Pradesh)
Uzbek Oʻzbekcha 25,000,000 Turkic  Uzbekistan
Vietnamese Tiếng Việt 80,000,000 Austroasiatic  Vietnam

Table of Asia….

Rank Country
(or dependent territory)
July 1, 2015
projection[1]
% of
Asia’s
pop.
Average
relative
annual
growth
(%)[2]
Average
absolute
annual
growth
[3]
Estimated
doubling
time
(Years)[4]
Official
figure
(where
available)
Date of
last figure
Source
1  China 1,387,160,730 31.35 0.49 6,730,000 141 1,386,480,000 November 12, 2017 Official population clock
2  India 1,324,009,090 29.72 1.64 20,998,000 43 1,210,854,977 March 1, 2011 Final 2011 census result
3  Indonesia 255,462,000 5.84 1.41 3,549,000 50 255,461,700 2015 Official estimate
4  Pakistan 191,785,000 4.39 2.40 3,765,000 35 207,774,520 2017 Official Census 2017
5  Bangladesh 158,762,000 3.63 1.37 2,139,000 51 163,797,000 November 12, 2017 Official population clock
6  Russia[5] 144,031,000 3.19 0.19 278,000 368 146,544,710 January 1, 2016 Annual official estimate
7  Japan 126,891,000 2.81 -0.01 -12,000 126,890,000 November 1, 2015 Monthly official estimate
8  Philippines 100,699,395 2.23 1.5 1,500,000 45 100,981,437 August 1, 2015 2015 Census of Population
9  Vietnam 91,812,000 2.03 1.16 1,057,000 60 90,493,352 April 1, 2014 Official estimate
10  Iran 78,778,000 1.74 1.29 1,001,000 54 80,598,000 November 12, 2017 Official population clock
11  Turkey 78,214,000 1.73 1.34 1,035,000 52 77,695,904 December 31, 2014 Official estimate
12  Thailand 68,387,000 1.51 0.76 517,000 91 65,926,261 September 1, 2010 2010 census result
13  Myanmar 52,280,000 1.16 1.22 632,000 57 51,486,253 March 29, 2014 2014 census result
14  South Korea 50,617,000 1.12 0.38 193,000 181 50,617,045 2015 Official estimate
15  Iraq 36,575,000 0.81 2.90 1,030,000 24 36,575,000 2015 Official estimate
16  Saudi Arabia 31,521,000 0.70 2.44 751,000 29 31,521,418 2015 Official estimate
17  Uzbekistan 31,283,000 0.69 1.70 523,000 41 31,022,500 January 1, 2015 Official estimate
18  Malaysia 31,032,000 0.69 1.84 561,000 38 32,191,000 November 12, 2017 Official population clock
19    Nepal 28,038,000 0.62 1.42 392,000 49 28,037,904 2015 Official estimate
20  Afghanistan 26,849,000 0.59 1.87 494,000 37 27,101,365 January 1, 2016 Official estimate
21  Yemen 26,745,000 0.59 2.95 766,000 24 24,527,000 July 1, 2012 Official estimate
22  North Korea 25,863,000 0.57 1.08 277,000 64 24,052,231 October 1, 2008 Final 2008 census result
23  Taiwan[6] 23,455,000 0.52 0.35 81,000 200 23,476,640 October 31, 2015 Monthly official estimate
24  Sri Lanka 22,480,000 0.51 0.94 194,000 74 22,480,000 February 19, 2017 Live Population
25  Syria 18,906,000 0.42 2.45 557,000 29 21,377,000 December 31, 2011 Official estimate
26  Kazakhstan 17,541,000 0.39 1.45 250,000 48 17,608,200 October 1, 2015 Monthly official estimate
27  Cambodia 15,040,000 0.33 1.59 236,000 44 13,395,682 March 3, 2008 Final 2008 census result
28  Azerbaijan 9,651,000 0.21 1.23 117,000 57 9,593,000 January 1, 2015 Official estimate
29  United Arab Emirates 8,933,000 0.20 1.57 138,000 45 8,264,070 2010 Official estimate
30  Tajikistan 8,451,000 0.19 2.35 194,000 30 8,354,000 January 1, 2015 Official estimate
31  Israel 8,372,000 0.19 1.89 155,000 37 8,436,600 October 31, 2015 Monthly official estimate
32  Hong Kong(China)[7] 7,299,000 0.16 0.90 65,000 77 7,298,600 July 1, 2015 Official estimate
33  Jordan 6,837,000 0.15 2.75 183,000 26 6,388,000 2012 Official estimate
34  Laos 6,802,000 0.15 1.63 109,000 43 6,492,400 March 1, 2015 Preliminary 2015 census result
35  Kyrgyzstan 5,943,000 0.13 1.64 96,000 43 5,895,100 January 1, 2015 Official estimate
36  Singapore 5,541,000 0.12 1.30 71,000 54 5,535,000 July 1, 2015 Official estimate
37  Turkmenistan 4,902,000 0.11 1.24 60,000 56 4,751,120 December 26, 2012 2012 census result
38  Palestine[8] 4,683,000 0.10 2.92 133,000 24 4,550,368 2014 Official estimate
39  Lebanon 4,288,000 0.09 1.78 75,000 39 4,965,846 December 31, 2013 Official estimate
40  Oman 4,181,000 0.09 5.13 204,000 14 4,336,700 November 12, 2017 Official population clock
41  Kuwait 4,161,000 0.09 3.00 121,000 23 4,183,658 June 30, 2015 Official estimate
42  Georgia 3,730,000 0.08 0.03 1,000 2,585 3,729,500 January 1, 2015 Official estimate
43  Mongolia 3,029,000 0.07 2.19 65,000 32 3,153,500 November 12, 2017 Official population clock
44  Armenia 3,005,000 0.07 -0.03 -1,000 3,004,000 September 30, 2015 Monthly official estimate
45  Qatar 2,113,000 0.05 4.29 87,000 16 2,412,483 October 31, 2015 Monthly official estimate
46  Bahrain 1,781,000 0.04 7.35 122,000 10 1,234,571 April 27, 2010 Final 2010 census result
47  Timor-Leste 1,245,000 0.03 2.72 33,000 26 1,167,242 July 11, 2015 Preliminary 2015 census result
48  Bhutan 760,000 0.02 1.74 13,000 40 796,410 November 12, 2017 Official population clock
49  Macau (China)[9] 641,000 0.01 3.89 24,000 18 643,100 September 2015 Official estimate
50  Brunei 421,000 0.01 1.69 7,000 41 393,372 June 20, 2011 Preliminary 2011 census result
51  Maldives 345,000 0.01 1.47 5,000 47 344,023 September 20, 2014 Preliminary 2014 census result
Total 4,516,317,000 100.00 1.16 52,210,000 58