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Adiwasi Garasia language


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    • Adivasi Garasia language
    • Ādivāsī Garāsiyā language
    • Adiwasi Girasia language
    • Adiwasi Gujarati language
    • Garasia Adivasi language
    • Garasia language, Adiwasi
    • Garāsiyā language, Ādivāsī
    • Girasia language, Adiwasi
    • Gujarati language, Adiwasi
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    • found: Work cat.: Bhākhara rā bhaumiyā : Ādivāsī Garāsiyā sāhitya, 2006.
    • found: Ethnologue, via WWW, Oct. 24, 2007:Garasia, Adiwasi (A language of India. Alternate names: Adiwasi Girasia, Girasia, Adiwasi Gujarati. Region: Northern Gujarat, Banaskantha District, Danta taluk; Sabarkantha District, Poshina taluk. Classification: Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan, Central zone, Bhil. Speakers are Bhils. Understand Rajput Garasia very well; speakers have low proficiency in Gujarati) Garasia, Rajput (A language of India. Alternate names: Rajput Garasia, Girasia, Grasia, Dungri Grasia, Dhungri Garasia, Dungari Garasia. Region: Rajasthan, Sirchi, Pali, and Udaipur districts; Gujarat, Banaskantha District. Not intelligible with Adiwasi Garasia. A Scheduled Tribe in Rajasthan. Speakers are of the warrior caste. Separate language from Dungra Bhil. 'Dungra Bhil' is sometimes used as an alternate name for Adiwasi Garasia and Rajput Garasia but probably refers to more than one group living in the hills ('Dungra' means 'hill'))
    • found: The unreached peoples prayer profiles, via WWW, Oct. 24, 2007(The Adiwasi Girasia of India; inhabit the Banaskantha and Sabarkantha districts of northern Gujarat State of western central India; the Adiwasi Girasia are the descendants of the Rajput who married Bhil women; their language, known as Adiwasi Girasia, is an Indo-Aryan language belonging to the Bhil subgroup)
    • found: Human rights : the basis for peace on Earth : remarks by Rev. Cedric Prakash, S.J., as prepared for delivery on September 19, 2005, via Georgetown University Web site, viewed Oct. 24, 2007(In Sabarkantha District in the north of Gujarat, live a group of tribals called the Garasia Adivasis)
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