There is only one English language, with many dialects. The English dialects of India are unique to India, but are largely based on British English.
There are many dialects in India. In Hindi (northern India) I believe it is "Namaste"
patel's are from India but India has many many dialects, so it would depend on what area they are from.
Many dialects; most languages in India come from one of two families: Indo-Aryan or Dravidian.
Doosra and Teesra
* there are 300 dialects at the most
It depends on the language. Some have few dialects, and some have many. Some even have dialects that cannot understand each other.
Follow the link for a list of Japanese dialects.
Uncounted numbers. There are regional dialects, cultural dialects, class dialects, international dialects. In fact, every English speaker has his own dialect, called an idiolect.
In some dialects of English it does (or it nearly does), e.g. in some British dialects or New England dialects, and in many other dialects it does not, e.g. in most American dialects.
There are around 300 languages and dialects in India, so which language would you like to know about.
a list of dialects in the UK
Philippines ! 62 dialects
There are 26 Dialects being practiced around the world there are or were between 40,800 and 41,000 dialects.
Here's the list of dialects in Japan :) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_dialects
There are 14 regional dialects in Spain, just like in America.
How many trees are in a forest.
There are 6,912 main languages and 39,491 alternate language names and dialects
two dialects Geg in north (including kosovo) and Tosk in south