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Haryana Haryanvi Language
Haryanvi is a western Hindi Language which is closely related to Hindi. It is also referred as the northernmost dialect of Hindi. Moreover this language is very similar to Braj Bhasha. It even contains some similarity with Rajasthani Bagri language Furthermore Haryanvi language is extensively spoken in North Indian state of Haryana and also in Delhi. Even though the term Haryanvi is also used to denote people of Haryana.
Haryanvi language is spoken in many parts of Haryana like Rohtak, Panipat, Sonipat and Bhiwani. This language is well known in these districts. Moreover the standard form of Haryanvi language is spoken in central district of Jind. Furthermore the nearby regions of Rajasthan are seen in speaking different dialects like Mewati in Mewat district. Also Ahirwati which is the language of Ahirs is largely spoken in Gurgaon, Rewari and Narnaul districts. The Bagri language is narrated in southern areas of Bhiwani, Fatehbad and also in Hisar and Sirsa districts. In Faridabad district, Haryanvi language mixed with braj bhasha is spoken massively. In addition Haryanvi language is orated in many southern areas of Yamunanagar and also in Panipat. Even the Muslim population which migrated to Pakistan still speak Haryanvi language.
In Haryanvi language grammar plays a vital role. The verbs, synonyms and even vocabulary all perform important part on their own while commuting Haryanvi language.
This Haryanvi language has several dialects. These dialects have lot of variations and even it varies from village to village. Haryanvi is also known as Bangaru, is wisely and largely spoken. The Ahir people of Ahirwal belt also speak Haryanvi language which is similar to Rajasthani language. The Rors, Kambojs and Brahmans all they speak Khaddar dialect which has northern Haryanvi influence. This language even shares some similarity with Kharboli dialect. In addition Haryanvi belongs to Western Hindi languages. Therefore it is taken as a dialect of Hindi and not as a separate language. It even holds some legibility and similarity with the dialect Bagri of Rajasthan. Finally a fair number of dialects of Haryanvi has some similarities with Kharboli dialect.
A proper documentation has not been prepared still for Haryanvi language. Numerous Haryanvi literary words were written in Standard Hindi Language. This language also has long standing oral custom of folk songs. Some people treat this language as a rude language. Moreover the word ”tu” is used to address elders whereas it is considered as a rude language or Khadi Boli. People like Heeradas Udasi, Pt. Lakhami, Mange Ram and Bharat Bhusan has made a major contribution to Haryanvi literature. Even the works of Lakhami Chand are notable. His works were published by Haryana Sahitya Academy. Furthermore Haryanvi language is very wealthy in cultural terms and in songs which are known as Ragini and Folk dramas. A well known sitarist Surendra Sharma narrates several jokes in pure Haryanvi language.