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Bagvalal is spoken in the southwest part of Dagestan in Russia. The precise location of the Bagvalal people live along the right back of the River Andi-Koisu and the surrounding hills, near the Georgian border. There are about 2,000 people who speak Bagvalal.
The language is a member of the Northeast Caucasian language family. And forms a part of the Andi-Avar-Dido branch of the Caucasian family of languages. Their tradition and culture is very similar to the Avar people, during to their common history within the Avar Khanate.
Bagvalal has three dialects which are named after the names of the villages in which they are spoken in. Only the Tlissi dialect has been studied to a certain significance, in consequence because of its close similarities to the Tindi language. People used to think that the Tlissi dialect was just a dialect of Tindi but it isn't. It's a dialect of Bagvalal.
Bagvalal has numerous loanwords from languages such as Arabic, Russian, Turkish, and Avar. It is only used as an oral language, as a result the Bagvalals use Avar as their written language. Nowadays Bagvalal is only used in family settings, which has resulted in them using Avar or Russian for every other type of communication.
Unfortunately, Bagvalal has been suffering severe problems. It has been in serious danger of distinction. The schooling and cultural revolution have contributed to Bagvalal's serious decline. Bagvalal pupils are taught in Avar in primary school, and in secondary school they are taught in Russian. Between 1950 and 1970, Bagvalals had migrated to different districts in the Astrakhan province in Russia, and this also has affected the Bagvalal language.
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