|Region||Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Gujarat|
|Ethnicity||294,000 Kathodi (no date)|
|Native speakers||12,000 (2007)|
Katkari, or Kathodi, is an Indian language, sometimes thought to be a dialect of Marathi, though it is classified with Konkani. It is endangered, with only a few percent of ethnic Kathodi speaking it. The Katkari people live primarily in Maharashtra.
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