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Sonali Agrawal

Udaipur's native tongue: Learn Mewari Language Sentences

Rajasthan is a northern Indian state whose primary language is Hindi but has other dialects. It has five basic dialects: Marwari, Mewari, Mewati, Dhundhari, and Harauti. It has changed dramatically, but the darkest period of Rajasthani writing was during British rule. Hundreds of poets and writers, however, have inscribed their finest vernacular in Rajasthani.

Today we will discuss the Mewari language, which is widely spoken in Udaipur, Chittorgarh, and other territories that were originally part of the Mewar province.

Marwari is the most common language of Rajasthan spoken in Jodhpur and nearby districts. Similarly, Mewari is the eastern form of Marwari used in the southeast region of Rajasthan’s Udaipur, Bhilwara, Chittorgarh, and nearby areas.

When used in western zones similar to Barmer, Jaisalmer, Thar, and so on, this jargon is known as Thali in the north and Dhatak in the west. If you know the Marwari language, Mewari is simple. Translation centers in Udaipur can help you learn the Mewari language quickly.

About Mewari Language

Mewari is an Indo-Aryan language spoken in Rajasthan. Rajasmand, Udaipur, Bhilwara, Chittorgarh, and Pratapgarh are among the districts where it is spoken. This language is also spoken in Madhya Pradesh in Neemuch and Mandsaur.

A total of 31 consonants, 10 vowels, and two diphthongs make up the word. There are two numbers, single and plural, as well as masculine and feminine genders. It is written in the Gurmukhi script, as opposed to Marwari in the Devanagari script. People frequently mix up Marwari with Mewari and confuse them. There are, however, differences between the two. However, both cultures and languages are alive, warm, and diverse in every way.

Since Mewar region of Rajasthan is close to Gujarat. The Gujarati language also has a great deal of influence on the language. If you know Gujarati, it is easy for you to learn Mewari. Many sounds are similar in both languages.

Mewari people dress traditionally in dhotis and saris, and their food includes Kadhi Kachori and Gatte ki Sabji. Mewaris are diligent artisans and farmers. Their traditional instruments include the sarangi and dholak.

Hilarious Mewari Words you would hear on the streets of Udaipur

Geyl-Suppa: Meaning fool or Mad
Raangad: Giant
Navre: Idle, Junk
Aadar-Zaada: Sophisticated
Munvaar: Request for food or anything
Jarbe: Shoes
Repat: Slap
Ghanda: Extra, Over
Jeetrey: Utidy long hairs
Vaa: A local infusion between sentences
Gandkada: Dog

Commonly Used Phrases in Mewari Language Udaipur

Here are some common sentences used in Udaipur in the Mewari language.

Kaalejo Faatno: Get Scared
Khaakh Chaanani: Roam here and there
Gardan Jhukni: To get embarrassed
Khamma Ghani: Namaste, Welcome
Gobar Ganes: Fool, Idiot
Lapaa Leno: To hug
Haat- Pag Tutna: To hear a bad news
Fulyo Na Samaano: To be filled with happiness
Baadi Ugalni: Bad mouthing
Adhel Manak: Stubborn person

If you have no idea how to learn Mewari. There are several online and offline schools available to learn the Mewari language of Udaipur. Online classes help you learn the translation of the Mewari language- in formal and informal ways. You can also google translation from Hindi to Mewari and English to Mewari.

You can also join the Nirmaan Group of Rajasthan, attempting to create various types of literature in genuine Mewari language, such as dictionaries, literacy primers, bulletins, tales, and so on. As 50 lakh people speak Mewari as their first tongue. It will aid Mewari’s advancement and promotion.

Haval Jayjo!

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