A language of India
ISO 639-3: bra
||Uttar Pradesh, Agra region; Rajasthan, Bharatpur, Sawai Madhopur districts; Haryana, Gurgaon District; Bihar; Madhya Pradesh; Delhi.
||Antarbedi, Antarvedi, Bijbhasha, Braj, Braj Bhakha, Bri, Brij Bhasha, Briju, Bruj
||Braj Bhasha, Antarbedi, Bhuksa, Sikarwari, Jadobafi, Dangi. Bhuksa is sometimes mentioned as a dialect of Kanauji [bjj]. Braj Bhasha is usually considered to be a dialect of Hindi, and was the predominant literary language before the switch to Hindi in the 19th century.
||Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan, Central zone, Western Hindi, Unclassified
||Radio programs. NT: 1824–1999.
||Mostly Hindu, some Muslim.