Agri dialect

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Venn diagram of the ISO designations of the Konkani languages

Agri, or Agari, is a dialect of Konkani[1] spoken by members of the Agri community and other community such as Koli, Kunabi, and Karhadi in Ratnagiri, Thane, Palghar, Mumbai, Mumbai Suburn, Palghar, Nashik, Raigad, Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra and other portion of country like Goa, Gujarat states of India.[clarification needed] It is classified as a dialect of Maharashtrian Konkani.


This dialect is very popular in Indian country music. In India that song called Agri-Koli Music especially in Bollywood and Marathi film industry used this kind of songs. For example, in Bollywood the song name is "Galyan Sakhali sonyachi hi pori konachi". In marathi industry in 'Time Pass movie' The Song name "Hi pori sajuk tupatali " belong from Agri dialect or language.


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