About Bhojpuri Language
Bhojpuri is the regional language of north eastern and eastern India. Globally this language is spoken by 170 million speakers. This language is a part of the Eastern Hindi or Bengali continuum of languages. There are various dialects of this language including three or four in Uttar Pradesh alone. Bhojpuri language has a very distinct way of pronunciation in which plenty of Hindi words are spoken in a Bhojpuri dialect.
Bhojpuri language shares its vocabulary with the Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu and many other Indo-Aryan languages of the northern India. This language has so many diversities combined in it that only a native translator will be able to do the translation after understanding the meaning of the content.
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About Bhojpuri Language
Country Where Spoken
Fiji, Guyana, India, Mauritius, Nepal, Réunion, Singapore, Trinidad and Tobago, United States
Bhojapuri, Bhozpuri, Bajpuri, Bihari, Deswali, Khotla, Piscimas
Assam, Azamgarh, Basti, Bihar, Champaran, Delhi, Deoria, Ghazipur, Gorakhpur, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Mirzapur, Palamu, Saran, Uttar Pradesh, Varanasi, West Bengal
Bhojpuri, Bihari, Eastern Group, Indo-Aryan, Indo-European, Indo-Iranian
Northern Standard Bhojpuri (Gorakhpuri, Sarawaria, Basti), Western Standard Bhojpuri (Purbi, Benarsi), Southern Standard Bhojpuri (Kharwari), Tharu, Madhesi, Domra, Musahari