Ahirwati

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About Ahirwati[edit]

Ahirwati is a very sweet language spoken by Rao sahibs (Ahirs) of Haryana and Delhi. In Delhi, Ahirwati is spoken mainly in Ahir villages. It is akin to Mewati language in some ways.

Regions[edit]

Ahirwati is spoken in Gurgaon , Rewari , Mahendergarh , Jhajjar dist. of Haryana, Rajasthan and, in villages of Yaduvanshi Ahir in Delhi.

 Ahirwati is a language of Ahirs, (of Ahirwal).

Use[edit]

Here are some examples to understand how to speak in Ahirwati :

1) where are you from?

'kit ko se tu?'

. 2) where did you go yesterday?

'kal tu kit gayo tho?'
OR
'kal tham kit gya tha?' (in case of 2 or more persons)

. 3) how much money do you have?

'tera dhore kitna rapiya se?'

. 4) he is Rambher's son.

'wo Rambher ko choro se.'

. 5) This is our village.

'yo mhara/mharo gaam se.'