Of the other Dravidian languages, only five need be mentioned here. Three of the five are spoken in central India, where the Indo-European languages are dominant. The most important are Gondi, spoken in Madhya Pradesh and northeastern Maharashtra, and Kui of southern Orissa. Kurukh, or Oraon, is spoken in Bihar, Orissa, and Madhya Pradesh. One other Dravidian language, Tulu, is spoken in the southern state of Karnataka. Finally there is Brahui, spoken in the province of Baluchistan, southwestern Pakistan, and adjacent areas of Iran and Afghanistan.