Brajbasha and Bundeli are not te same thing, and Bundeli is a derivative of Brajbasha. The Bundeli page has Brajbasha and its dialects under Bundeli dialects. Similarlarly areas of Brajabasha seem to be included as areas of Bundeli - ie gwalior, bhind, morena, districts. The main reason I am writing is advocators of a separate Bundelkhand state use this page as a primary source to demarct their territorial demands and annoyingly include any district they feel like with a backup like ethnologue . the above 3 districts are majority brajabasha speaking. Sehore and Guna - bundeli is simply a minority - main is Malvi. hoshangabad, chindwara balaghat are mixed areas not bundeli areas. Your inclusion of all these districts as Bundeli - results in false politcal demands of these areas into a bundeli speaking state. only wide Majority bundeli speaking districts should be on the list and especially the map.