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Rajasthan Shekawati Language
In north eastern part of Rajasthan in India, Shekhawati language is considered as a semi arid language. Moreover the name of this language is derived from the Shekhawati Rajputs. Furthermore this language is also widely spoken in few administrative regions of Sikar and Jhunjhunu. Additionally in north east side of Haryana, North West part of Jangladesh and also in east of Mewat and even in south east of Dhundhar, Shekhawati language is extensively spoken. This idiom is also found in south side of Ajmer and south west part of Marwar region. However in some areas of Nagaur and Churu, this semi arid Shekhawati language is broadly spoken. In addition the residents of Shekhawati region are considered courageous and hardworking. They also have sacrificed a lot in initial stages. Also this Shekhawati region in Rajasthan has developed a highest number of people from Indian Army.
In initial stages this language was mentioned in the book of Bankidas ki Khyat. Moreover the history of this language was written by late Colonel James. Also the phrase Shekhawati was used more in Vamsh Bhaskar. Additionally Shekhawati has derived its name from Kachhwaha Rajput chieftain known as Rao Shekha Ji who was also later recognised as Shekhawat. This Shekhawati language name has been developed from story of Shekha’s birth. Also this word Shekhawati means Land of Shekhawat rulers or The Garden of Shekha.
Later on Hakim Yusuf give another meaning to this Shekhawati language. According to his derivation it is derived from Persian word Sheekh which means Sand deposited on the coastal areas. This also means that this land as excessive quantity of sand.
This Shekhawati language is extensively spoken in north east side of Rajasthan and also in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. it is also widely orated in few administrative districts of Jhunjhunu and Sikar. This language has even established its landmark on certain in east of Mewat and even in south east of Dhundhar along with in North West part of Jangladesh. This semi arid language or the Indo Aryan language has in addition established its portrait in few areas of Churu and Nagaur.
Shekhawati Language is a dialect of Rajasthani verbal communication. It is also spoken by approximately three million orators which cover the Jhunjhunu, Sikar and Churu districts of Rajasthan. This dialect is also regarded as an important dialect of Rajasthan from literary and grammatical point of view. As per 2001 census, the grammar of Shekhawati language in a descriptive compendium was printed. Moreover this Shekhawati language in comparison with Bagri dialect of Hanumangarh and Ganganagar districts contains a parallel lexicon which makes this Shekhawati language is richer from Lexicographical point of view. Additioanlly the grammar also play a vital role in Shekhawati language. The word order is classically SOV and in it even Implosives exists. There is even presence of high tone at level of suprasegmental which categorise it from other dialects of Rajasthani language. In addition this language has contributed expansively to the development of Rajasthani language and its linguists.
Shekhawati region was comprised in marukantar region till Ramayana period. In ancient time Shekhawati area was not limited as presently it contains only two districts. Later on when Gupta dynasty collapse, this Shekhawati language includes few areas of Fatehpur, Nahar and Jhunjhunu. Soon after some time this Shekhawati as Kaimkhanis was battled again by Rao Mitra Sen and then invaded Shekhawati region as a whole. This region was ruled by Shekhawat Rajputs.