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Rajasthan Harauti Language
Harauti language is a part of Rajasthani language. This verbal communication is widely orated in Hadoti regions of India like, Baran, Kota, Jhalawar and Bundi district. These all the districts of Rajasthan and also it is extensively spoken in adjacent areas of Madhya Pradesh. Harauti language is also considered as the Indo Aryan language. This language even contains strong ancient literature with its own grammatical and phonological styles. Furthermore this Harauti verbal communication comes under Indo European family.
There are several names by which Harauti language is known. These names are Hadothi, central east Rajasthani, Havauti, Hadoti, Hadauti, HAirauti, Piploda, Standard Rajasthani, Harauti, Eastern Rajasthani and Jaipuri.
Number of Speakers
There are approximately 4.73 million speakers as per 2001 census. Also about 4 million of speakers of Harauti language were found in Bundi, Jhalawar, Baran and Kota districts of Rajasthan.
The Harauti verbal communication includes the family of Indo European family and its groups are:-
The grammar of Harauti language varies from other languages grammar. The word order in it is typical which is subject-object-verb. Moreover the characteristic feature is not same as Hindi. Also the nature of accusative marker depends on the absence and presence of agentive marker in perfect.
Parent Subgroup of Harauti Language
The parent subgroup of Harauti verbal communication is Unclassified Rajasthani (unra)
This verbal communication widely spoken in some parts of Rajasthan includes some child dialects which are as follows:-
Harauti: Standard Harauti (hoj-har)
Sipari, Shiopuri (hoj-sip)