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Madhya Pradesh Bundelkhandi Language
Generally known as the bundeli language or the Bundelkhandi language which has its name from the bundelkhand. It was once controlled by Rajputs and some other martial tribes. Moreover it is considered as the indo Aryan language and is generally spoken more in bundelkhand region of the Madhya Pradesh. It is also spoken in some parts of Uttar Pradesh typically more in the southern parts. Bundeli is even considered as the western Hindi language. It was widely spoken in the north Indian region only till the 19th century, and is classically related to braj Language. There are said to be 20 different forms in which this verbal communication is spoken.
The native speaker of this verbal communication counts up to 20 million in number .It uses its writing system as devanagri script. It is even regarded as the most orated idiom in Madhya Pradesh which is considered to be the largest state in India covering almost 443446 sq. Km. Of area.
Bundelkhandi language consists of 45 different segments of phonemes and 2 supra segments of phonemes. Also there are 8 vowels available in the Bundelkhandi verbal communication which is as follows:
Bundelkhandi is the chief dialect of Madhya Pradesh and also it contains a lot of variations in it. Hindi is generally spoken in the urban areas of this state while the local dialects and the sub dialects are generally known as Tirhani, Gahora, jurar and Aghari. There are certain changes in this language is spoken which depends generally on the distance in which the region is situated. There are also some changes in the form of adverbs and in the form of the verbs and also in some pronouns and nouns. This is the main reason that makes the communication difficult among the people of the state.
There are usually three forms of writing in this verbal communication which are simple, complex and compound. Also there is only one clause in the simple sentences whereas in the complex or the compound sentences it consists of more than one clause sentences. In simple sentence there is one principal clause +S+O=(subject+object)+V(verb)pattern. Either o or s is absent or even a verb may help in building a simple sentence. Whereas in the complex sentence there is one or more subject along with the principal clause. Finally the compound sentences have two or more principal clause joined by a connective.