Friday, October 22nd, 2021

Hindi Or Hindustani – The Differences in Various Forms of Hindi Spoken and Written in India

Hindi Or Hindustani – The Differences in Various Forms of Hindi Spoken and Written in India

Hindi is the most widely spoken and India’s official languages. Hindi language is fluently spoken mainly in northern Indian states of Delhi, Uttarakhand, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Bihar and Jharkhand. It holds the status of second major language in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. It is also spoken alongside in some states with their regional languages like Gujarat, Punjabi, Bengali or Marathi throughout central and northern India. Indian Hindi is understood in the neighboring countries of Bangladesh, Nepal and Pakistan. Therefore there is a great demand for Hindi translation throughout India and the neighboring countries.

Hindustani is widely spoken by all persons of Indian descent in the island nation known as Fiji. In Northern Vanua Levu and Western Viti Levuis, it is a one of the common spoken language and it plays a link language widely spoken between native Fijians and Fijians of Indian descent. They are the only ethnic group in the world of non Indian descent that consist majority Hindi speakers. Native speakers of Hindustani dialects account for approximately 48% of the population of Fiji. This generally includes all people of Indian ancestry which also includes those whose forefathers in the 17th and 18th century emigrated from regions in India where Hindi language was not generally widely spoken. Therefore in Fiji and India there is an obsolete need and demand for Hindi translation. The various forms of Indian Hindi spoken and written in India are such as:Thane News in marathi

 

  • Awadhi is spoken in north and north-central Uttar Pradesh.
  • Bagheli is spoken in central Uttar Pradesh and north-central Madhya Pradesh.
  • Bundeli or Bundelkhandi is widely spoken in west-central Madhya Pradesh.
  • Braji is widely spoken in western Uttar Pradesh and adjacent districts of Haryana and Rajasthan.
  • Chhattisgarhi is spoken in northern and central Chattisgarh and southeast Madhya Pradesh.
  • Garhwali is spoken in Uttarakhand’s Garhwal region.
  • Haryanvi or Bangarui is mostly spoken in the states of Delhi and Haryana.
  • Kannauji is spoken in Uttar Pradesh, west-central region.
  • Kauravi or Vernacular Hindustani is spoken in the north and northeast of Delhi.
  • Kumaoni or Kumauni is spoken in Uttarakhand’s Kumaon region.
  • Pahari is exclusively spoken in the Northern Zone of India.

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