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It is claimed in the article that Tokunaga Muneo is a specialist in Sanskrit and Vedic but also one of the world's foremost authorities on Indian languages. It needs some valid citation along with details of which are the languages he is considered one " of world's foremost authorities". In India there are some 300 to 1000 or so languages. --C.R.Selvakumar (talk) 21:43, 17 March 2012 (UTC)