While nearly fifty languages in all are spoken in the provinces, out of every 10,000 people 4527 speak Western Hindi, 3125 Eastern Hindi, 2109 Bihari and 211 Central Pahari.
On the average in the province, before partition, out of every 1000 persons 528 spoke Bengali, 34 1 Hindi and Bihari, and 79 Oriya.
The Bihari pontok started from the assumption that Hungary was a free and independent state.
Peter Bihari and Maurice Kai-man have in various writings spread the ideas of Herbart.
The most important Aryan languages are Bengali, Bihari, Eastern Hindi and Oriya.
From 1867 onwards his influence continued to increase, despite the rupture of his party, which he reconstructed at the conference of Nagyvarad (March 17, 1868), when the famous Bihari pontok, or articles of Bihar, were subscribed.