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Awadhi is an Indo-Aryan language. It is spoken chiefly in the Awadh (Oudh) region of Uttar Pradesh, although its speakers are also found in Nepal. Awadhi in slightly different forms (influenced by Brij Bhasha or Bundeli) is also spoken in the vatsa country (lower Doab) south of Awadh region which includes Kanpur and Allahabad.
Although today it is only considered a dialect of Hindi, before the standardization of Hindi, it was the second most important literary dialect of Hindustani (the first was Braj-Bhasha). One important work in Awadhi is the Raamcharitmaanas of Tulsidaas.
Awadhi has originated from Brij Bhasa which is the oldest language of the region. Awadhi is also influenced by Magahi, its language to the east.
If Khadi boli is the father of modern Hindi, Awadhi can be called its mother. Because Hindi, or rather 'Hindvi' as it was first known, originated in the Lucknow region by people who migrated from the area around Delhi (this included people like Amir Khusrau, who some claim to be the founder of modern 'Hindi'). Awadhi has had an important influence in the development of Hindi.
Awadhi is spoken in the following districts:
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