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- brajabuli is an artificial literary language developed in the 16th century. it was created primarily due to the influence of vidyapati 's
- brajabuli is basically maithili (as prevalent during the medieval period) but its forms are modified to look like bengali the medieval
- guruprasad served as sub-judge in many parts of bengal, during which period he published a collection of 400 vaishnava brajabuli poems,
- braj bhasha is not to be confused with brajabuli , an artificial literary language developed by bengali medieval poets under the
- the literary language of brajabuli adopted by vidyapati (14th century). history: the tradition of songs on the radha-krishna legend were
- brajabuli. brajavali was a literary language used by sankardev (1449–1568) for some of his compositions (borgeet s and ankia naat s) in the
- poetry: the literary language of brajabuli . starting in the 14th century with chandidas (1339-1399 the padavali poets included govindadas
- though madhavdeva used brajavali very sparingly brajabuli, with its preponderance of vowels and alliterative expressions, as considered
- pitambar and his grandson, janmejay mitra wrote brajabuli poems. janmejay was an urdu poet of distinguished standing as well.
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