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It will be very easy to find texts in Konkani (there's one from 1187). [1] [2] [3] [4]


Konkani is primarily fusional, with a pretty hefty amount of morphology conveyed mostly through suffixes with some prefixes. It is Indo-Aryan, so that isn't a big surprise. It's grammar is very similar to other Indo-Aryan languages. [5]


As of the 2011 Indian Census, there are 2,256,502 Konkani speakers. It is spoken in the western coastal region of India, most prominently in the Indian state of Goa. It is written using a variety of scripts, including Devanagari, Kannada, Latin, Mayalayam, and Arabic. The ISO code is kok for Konkani as a whole and gom for Goan Konkani and knn for Maharashtrian Konkani. [6]