nativename= _hi. कन्नौजी
Kannauji language (कन्नौजी) (also spelled Kanauji, Kanauji language) is an
Indo-Aryan languagespoken in parts of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Kannauji is closely related to Hindi, and some consider it to be a dialectof Hindi, while others consider it a separate Western Hindi language.
Kannauji has about 6 million speakers.
Kannauji has two dialects or variants of its own: Tirhari and Transitional Kanauji, which is between standard Kanauji and Awadhi.
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