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The 2006 New Zealand census reported 2,139 speakers.134 Malayalam speaking households were reported in 1956 in Fiji.
World Malayalee Council, the organisation working with the Malayali diaspora across the Globe has embarked upon a project for making a data bank of the diaspora.
Later, Portuguese Latin Christians, Dutch Malabar, French Mahe, British English, and Arabian Muslim communities which arrived after 1498 left their mark as well making Kerala even more colourful, vibrant, and diverse.
Malayalis can now be seen in all the countries of the world with the excellence of adaptation to any culture, food habits, language. Malayalam is derived from old Tamil and Sanskrit in the 6th century.
Large numbers of Malayalis have settled in Bangalore, Delhi, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Mumbai (Bombay), Ahmedabad, Pune, and Chennai (Madras).
A large number of Malayalis have also emigrated to the Middle East, the United States, and Europe. The 2001 Canadian census reported 7,070 people who listed Malayalam as their mother tongue, mostly in the Greater Toronto Area and Southern Ontario.
The number of Malayalam speakers in Lakshadweep is 51,100, which is only 0.15% of the total number, but is as much as about 84% of the population of Lakshadweep.
In all, Malayalis made up 3.22% of the total Indian population in 2001.In the second half of the 20th century, Jnanpith awardees like G. Certain Hindu communities such as the Nairs, some Ezhava families in Travancore and Cochin, Thiyyas in north Kerala and Muslims around Kannur, Varkala and Edava in Thiruvananthapuram used to follow a traditional matrilineal system known as marumakkathayam which has in the recent years (post Indian independence) ceased to exist.Christians, Muslims, and some Hindu castes such as the Namboothiris and some Ezhavas follow makkathayam, a patrilineal system.From the limitations of the materials, a mixed mode of construction was evolved in Malayali architecture.The stone work was restricted to the plinth even in important buildings such as temples. The roof structure in timber was covered with palm leaf thatching for most buildings and rarely with tiles for palaces or temples.According to the Indian census of 2011, there are approximately 33 million Malayalis in Kerala, making up 96.7% of the total population of the state. According to the Indian census of 2001, there were 30,803,747 speakers of Malayalam in Kerala, making up 93.2% of the total number of Malayalam speakers in India, and 96.7% of the total population of the state.