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  • proper noun An Indo-Aryan language usually considered a dialect of Hindi spoken in India and Nepal.

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Examples

  • While some have used English, others have written their ideas in Hindi, Awadhi and even Urdu, "said Maneesh Kumar, a local, who is pursuing his B.Sc. from a college in Basti.

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  • While some have used English, others have written their ideas in Hindi, Awadhi and even Urdu, "said Maneesh Kumar, a local, who is pursuing his B.Sc. from a college in Basti.

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  • While some have used English, others have written their ideas in Hindi, Awadhi and even Urdu, "said Maneesh Kumar, a local, who is pursuing his B.Sc. from a college in Basti.

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  • While some have used English, others have written their ideas in Hindi, Awadhi and even Urdu, "said Maneesh Kumar, a local, who is pursuing his B.Sc. from a college in Basti.

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  • The biryanis are first rate; and if you've ever wanted to try proper 'Awadhi' dishes, from the height of the Moghul empire in Lucknow, this is the place to try them.

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  • The biryanis are first rate; and if you've ever wanted to try proper 'Awadhi' dishes, from the height of the Moghul empire in Lucknow, this is the place to try them.

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  • The biryanis are first rate; and if you've ever wanted to try proper 'Awadhi' dishes, from the height of the Moghul empire in Lucknow, this is the place to try them.

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  • The biryanis are first rate; and if you've ever wanted to try proper 'Awadhi' dishes, from the height of the Moghul empire in Lucknow, this is the place to try them.

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  • The biryanis are first rate; and if you've ever wanted to try proper 'Awadhi' dishes, from the height of the Moghul empire in Lucknow, this is the place to try them.

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  • At a religious school where hundreds of students learn Arabic, English and Persian, the language of the Mughal and Awadhi courts, Farooq Alvi, who runs a perfume business, spoke of how his family had been using the same techniques since "the time of Shah Jahan", the 17th-century emperor who built the Taj Mahal.

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  • A language.

    June 20, 2011