Braj Bhasha

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A language of India

Alternate Names
Antarbedi, Antarvedi, Bijbhasha, Braj, Braj Bhakha, Bri, Brij Bhasha, Briju, Bruj
Population

L1 users: 574,000 (2001 census).

Location

Bihar state; Delhi; Haryana state: Gurgaon district; Madhya Pradesh state; Rajasthan state: Bharatpur and Sawai Madhopur districts; Uttar Pradesh state: Agra region.

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Language Status

5 (Developing).

Dialects

Braj Bhasha, Antarbedi, Bhuksa, Sikarwari, Jadobafi, Dangi. Bhuksa is sometimes mentioned as a dialect of Kanauji [bjj]. Braj Bhasha is usually considered a dialect of Hindi [hin], and was the predominant literary language before the switch to Hindi in the 19th century.

Language Development
Literature. Radio. NT: 1824–1999.
Writing

Devanagari script [Deva].

Other Comments

Hindu, Muslim.

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