Which word is used as the name of India in India's local languages?

Bharat
Hindi
India
There is no such term
The ge­o­graph­i­cal term Bharat is recog­nised by the Con­sti­tu­tion of India as an official name for the country. It is is used by many Indian lan­guages in its vari­a­tions (Bhārat in Hindi, Gu­jarati, Punjabi, Konkani and Marathi; Bharôt in Assamese and Bengali etc.). The eponym of Bharat is Bharata, a the­o­log­i­cal figure that Hindu scrip­tures describe as a leg­endary emperor of ancient India.

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Bharat
Hindi
India
There is no such term
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women47%
Bharat
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Hindi
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India
8%
9%
There is no such term
19%
20%

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