A language of India
ISO 639-3: gas
||100,000 (1988 IEM).
||North Gujarat, Banaskantha District, Danta taluk; Sabarkantha District, Poshina taluk.
||Adiwasi Girasia, Adiwasi Gujarati, Girasia
||Understand Rajput Garasia [gra] well. Lexical similarity: 89%–96% between dialects, 75%–93% with dialects of Rajput Garasia; 79%–92% with dialects of Patelia [bhb]; 79%–93% with Wagdi [wbr]; 76%–87% with Marwari [rwr] dialects.
||Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan, Central zone, Bhil
||A few also use Gujarati [guj].
||Literacy rate in L2: 15%–25%. Bible portions.
||Speakers are Bhils. Dungra Bhil is sometimes used as an alternate name for Adiwasi Garasia and Rajput Garasia [gra] but probably refers to more than 1 group living in the hills (Dungra means hill). Traditional religion mixed with Hinduism.