Aadhaar cardholders can refresh Aadhaar Card details in different Indian dialects like Hindi/English, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu. 

The UIDAI specifies, since an occupant can enlist anyplace in India, it might happen that a local speaker of language "A" is selected by an administrator of language "B" and subsequently the inhabitant's neighborhood language of enrolment is "B". Later on the inhabitant might need to change the neighborhood language of enrolment to another that he/she likes. Assuming such a circumstance or case emerges, all the segment data that is imprinted on the Aadhaar letter should be refreshed in the new nearby language. Right now the Aadhaar Letters are being imprinted in the accompanying 13 dialects: Hindi/English, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu. 

Here is the way to update Aadhaar name and different subtleties in 13 Indian dialects utilizing Aadhaar Self Service Update Portal 

- Visit https://uidai.gov.in/ 

- Go to the Aadhaar Self Service Update Portal 

- Enter your 13-digit Aadhaar number 

- Verify the subtleties and the Captcha security code 

- Share other significant subtleties and snap on the 'Produce OTP' button. 

- The OTP will be shipped off your enlisted versatile number. 

- Enter OTP and sign in. 

- Select the 'Update Demographics Data' button. 

- Select your favored local language 

- Update your subtleties 

- Submit the structure 

- Again, one more OTP will be shipped off your telephone 

- Enter the OTP 

- You should pay Rs 50 charge to finish the application cycle 

- Your update will be handled within 1-3 weeks. 

Do take note that an enlisted portable number is vital for access to Aadhaar Online Services. You can check your portable number that has been proclaimed at the hour of enrolment or during the most recent Aadhaar detail update. On the off chance that you have not enlisted your Mobile number while selecting for Aadhaar, you will be needed to visit a Permanent Enrolment Center to get it enrolled.

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