Uttar Pradesh, Aligarh, Farrukhabad, Etawah, Sitapur, and Kheri districts; Rajasthan; Andhra Pradesh; Madhya Pradesh.
Kuchbandhi. May be in the Panjabi group.
Sometimes called a language of Gypsies who reportedly use certain linguistic means of disguising their language to make it unintelligible to outsiders. A Scheduled Caste who speak a dialect of Hindi [hin] in Uttar Pradesh, a dialect of Mewari [mtr] in Rajasthan, and Hindi in Bihar and Madhya Pradesh (Singh 1995).