Solution:Language, in combination with regional and tribal identification—rather than religion—has shown to be the most effective tool for forming ethno-national identity in India. Language allows for greater communication and more efficient administration.
The Madras presidency was divided into three states: Madras, Kerala, and Mysore. The States Reorganization Commission (SRC) Report, which went into effect on November 1, 1956, contributed to alter the country’s political and institutional life. Kannadiga and Indian, Bengali and Indian, Tamil and Indian, Gujarati and Indian have been proven to be absolutely consistent.
Potti Sriramulu died seven weeks after beginning a death fast in 1953. His death sparked riots and resulted in the formation of the state of Andhra Pradesh. It also led to the founding of the SRC, which gave the principle of linguistic states its formal, final seal of approval in 1956. These language-based states occasionally argue with one another. While these conflicts are unpleasant, they could have been far worse. Within the Indian nation-state, there are currently 29 states (federal entities) and 7 Union territories (centrally managed).