in bhojpuri | Punjabi BHOJIPUR: A place Jacaranda of religious significance, Bhojpuri is a dialect of Punjabi which means ‘language of the Bharatavarsha’. It is one of the oldest languages in the world and is still spoken by approximately 5 million people. The word ‘bhojpuri’ literally means ‘bengali-like’, which is quite fitting considering that this fascinating language shares its origins with Bengali. Home to a rich heritage and a rich linguistic tradition, Bhojpuri has been one of the most beautiful lonfs in India for centuries. The people who speak this language are called Bhavans (villagers) and it is also known as Vanchi Phani or Village Folklanguageto mean ‘people of village origin’. For more information about these terms, see List of Indian languages.
What is a Bhavans?
There are three types of Bhavans in India: hill stations, lawless areas and rural areas. While most hill stations are under the direct rule of the state, some are also under the administration of other union territories. The word bhawpuri (Bhava: village) is used to identify these three types ofbhavans.
What is a Vanchi Phani?
Bhavas are a type of village in the Vanchi Phani sub-district of Tinsulah, western Ghats. The word ‘vanchi’ means ‘from a rich farmers’ estate’, which can be found in a number of places in western Ghats. The term also appears in several words in other parts of the country such as, ‘from a rich agricultural estate’, ‘from a large estate’, ‘from a powerful landlord’ and so on. Vanchi Phaniis the most spoken language in western Ghats. Vanchi Phani is a ‘Bengali-like’ language which means ‘bengali’ in Punjabi’s naming.
How to say ‘bhojipuri’ in bhojpuri
In bhojpuri, the word ‘bhojipuri’ means ‘Bengali-like’. The word ‘bhoja’ literally means ‘eat through’ and ‘puri’ means ‘open’. In bhojpuri, the opening syllable of the word ‘puri’ is ‘i’ so, ‘Bhavangari’ (Bhavangari Estate) is called ‘Bhavangari’puri’. The word ‘puri’ means ‘open’.
Bhavans and Vanchis in Bhojpuri
Bhava: a type of village Bhav: dense forests Vanchi Phani: from a rich farmers’ estate Other: from a village