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- not to be confused with brajavali dialect. brajabuli is an artificial literary language developed in the 16th century. it was created primarily due to
- cl****ical music compositions. braj bhasha is not to be confused with brajabuli, an artificial literary language developed by bengali medieval poets under
- not to be confused with brajabuli. brajavali was a literary language used by sankardev (1449–1568) for some of his compositions (borgeets and ankia naats)
- languages (apabhramsha) or derivatives, e.g. the literary language of brajabuli adopted by vidyapati (14th century). the tradition of songs on the radha-krishna
- result, an artificial literary language, known as brajabuli was developed in the sixteenth century. brajabuli is basically maithili (as prevalent during the
- maithili-****amese mix; though madhavdeva used brajavali very sparingly. brajabuli, with its preponderance of vowels and alliterative expressions, as considered
- itihas (5 vol 1939, 1991), bhashar itibritta (1939, 1993), a history of brajabuli literature (1935), a comparative grammar of middle indo-aryan (1960),
- languages (apabhramsha) or derivatives, e.g. the literary language of brajabuli. starting in the 14th century with chandidas (1339-1399), the padavali