|Ethnicity||Korwa, Kodaku (25%)|
|50,000 (1991 & 2001 censuses)|
ksz – Kodaku
kfp – Korwa
Korwa, or Koraku (Korku), is a Munda language of India.
Korwa is a dialect continuum. The two principal varieties are Korwa (Korba) and Koraku (Kodaku), spoken by the Korwa and Kodaku people. The Kodaku in Jharkand call their language "Korwa". Both speak Sadri, Kurukh, or Chhattisgarhi as a second language, or in the case of Sadri sometimes as their first language.
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