The Braj language is a dialect of Hindi spoken in the Braj region of India. The language is also spoken in the neighboring regions of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. Braj is one of the oldest Hindi dialects and has been spoken in the region for centuries. The language is considered to be a mix of Hindi and Rajasthani, with influences from other languages spoken in the region.
The Braj dialect is used in the Braj region of India.
The Braj dialect is a dialect of Hindi.
The Braj dialect is a mix of Hindi and Rajasthani.