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Madhya Pradesh Malwi Language
Malvi language is also known by many names such as Malwada, Mallow and Malavi. This Rajasthani language is mostly spoken in Malwa region. Approximately 10 million speakers were founded in Malwa district of India. Malwi language’s closest relative known as Nimadi verbal communication is widely spoken in Nimar region of Madhya Pradesh and even in some parts of Rajasthan. Moreover this Malwi verbal communication has some dialects which are Rajawadi which is orated in Mandsaur, Neemuch and Ratlam districts. Also Ujjaini dialect is spoken majorly in Indore, Dewas, Ujjain, Sehore and Shajapur districts. Malwi language even includes Umathwadi dialect which is orated in Rajgarh district and Sondhwadi dianect which is narrated in Jhalawar district. Malwi’s most prestige dialect is Ujjaini which at times make this language even recognise by this name only. It is estimated that approximately 75 percent of Malvi mass talk in Hindi language, which is considered as the official idiom of Madhya Pradesh. Also the literary rate in this second language is about 40 percent found in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Moreover there is several unpublished material of this Malwi Language. Furthermore a handful amount of Malwi language speakers are found in the district of Gujrat.
Devanagri script is used for writing Malwi language.
The dialects of this Malwi language includes the following, Bhoyari, Jamral, Bachadi, Dholewari, Katiyai, Hoshangabadi, Patvi, Malvi Proper, Rangari, Rangri and Umathawadi and Sondhwari.
Malwi constitutes a language family of Indo European and it constitutes group which is as follows: -
- Indo Aryan
- Indo Iranian
- Rajasthani – Marwari