Tech giant Google has announced the inclusion of Mizo along with other seven Indian languages into Google translate at the annual Google conference held on May 11.

A total of 24 languages have been added in the latest update and with the new addition of 8 Indian languages, a total 19 of Indian languages are now available on the language-translation platform. Apart from Mizo language, seven other Indian languages, including Sanskrit, Assamese, Bhojpuri, Dogri, Konkani, Maithili and Meiteilon (Manipur) from Northeast India have also been added to Google translate.

In their latest update, the company has added 24 new languages to Google Translate. According to a report by Economic Times, Isaac Caswell, senior software engineer at Google Research, said, “Sanskrit is the number one, most requested language at Google Translate, and we are finally adding it. We are also adding the first languages from northeast India, which is another rather underrepresented place.”