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Hindi Dialects Map
- Khariboli Hindi – Which is spoken in Western Uttar Pradesh. Considered to be the Official Dialect of Hindi.
- Bambaiya Hindi – A slang form of Hindi-Urdu which is spoken primarily in Bombay (Mumbai).
- Brajbhasa Hindi – spoken in the region of Braj.
- Kanauji Hindi –
- Bundeli Hindi –
- Bagheli Hindi –
- Chhattisgarhi Hindi –
- Hariyanvi Hindi –
- Bhaya Hindi –
- Chamari Hindi –
- Ghera Gowli Hindi –
Different Hindi dialects of the Hindi language are spoken in many different nations and regions around the world, most commonly throughout Southern Asia. However, the differences in regional dialects may not make one Hindi speaker nearly incomprehensible to another. In most cases, the different Hindi dialects don’t have a specific written form of the language, but there’s usually a certain amount of literature that accompanies each Hindi dialects.
Interested in further study into Hindi or confused on where to start? I recommend reading our Hindi Beginners Guide
3 thoughts on “List of Different Hindi Language Dialects (+Map)”
Madam,your are insulting Punjabi and Bengali languages in your map!these are not dialects if Hindi language.you should change map with new caption as related languages and dialects of hindi
You map is inaccurate. The majority of the items on your list are actually entirely different languages, not dialects of Hindi. Please do not spread misinformation, especially on an “importance of language” website.
The dialects mentioned above in the map are not part of Hindi rather different languages. This is incorrect info on the Hindi language.