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Bundeli is a Western Hindi language (often considered a dialect of Hindi) spoken in the Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh and in southern parts of Uttar Pradesh. Bundelkhandi is related to Braj Bhasha, which was the literary language in North India until the 19th century. It is spoken in the following districts of Madhya Pradesh and UP: Jabalpur (M.P. ) Narsinghpur (M.P. ) Khurai (M.P. ) Bina (M.P. ) Sagar (M.P. ) Panna (M.P. ) Raisen (M.P. ) Chhatarpur (M.P. ) Guna (M.P. ) Datia (M.P. ) Chitrakoot (M.P. ) Damoh (M.P. ) Tikamgarh (M.P. ) Lalitpur (U.P. ) Jhansi (U.P. ) Hamirpur (U.P. ) Banda (U.P. ) Jalaun (U.P. ) Mahoba (U.P. ) Orai (U.P. ) Naini (U.P. ) Bundelkhandi literature includes: Alha-Khand Bhaddari's verses
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