The decline of the Kannadigas language has had an impact on the lives of millions of Kannads and a number of Kanna communities.
The Kannadas are the second largest ethnic group in India, after the Tamil people.
They are also the second biggest language spoken in the world after English.
In India, Kannadi-speaking communities are also at the heart of several social and cultural issues.
As well as their language, they are also home to some of the countrys most famous cultural figures, including Rishi Kannadan, the author of a novel about the love story between a Kannadic boy and an English girl.
Kannada, as a regional language, has been a significant part of the lives and livelihoods of Kanyakumari and Kannabadi communities in the past few decades.
The Kanyaks are a Kanna people in the northern part of Assam state, and Kanna-speaking residents are part of their own language and culture.
Kannades have been fighting for their rights for decades.
The government’s efforts to improve the status of the language have been successful.
But the fight has not been without setbacks.
The Kanna Language and Cultures Act has been introduced in several states in the country.
Under the new law, a Kanyam tribe in Kannade country will be required to register its Kannader speakers in the state.
It will also be mandatory for Kannademics to undergo language training.
The legislation also seeks to improve educational standards for Kanyams and their families.
The Government also hopes to bring in a new language law to ensure Kannas have a voice in government and the education system.