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Magadhi
मगही magahī
Spoken in India
Region Bihar in India
Native speakers 13 million (2002)
Language family
Indo-European

Indo-Iranian
Indo-Aryan
Eastern Zone (Magadhan)
Bihari
Magadhi

Writing system Devanagari, Kaithi
Official status
Official language in Bihar state in India
Language codes
ISO 639-2 mag
ISO 639-3 mag

The
Magahi language (Devanagari: मगही; also known as Magadhi, मगधी) is a
language spoken in India. Magadhi Prakrit was the ancestor of Magadhi,
from which the latter’s name derives. The ancestral language, Magadhi
Prakrit, is believed to be the language spoken by the Buddha, and the
language of the ancient kingdom of Magadha. Magadhi is closely related
to Bhojpuri and Maithili, and these languages are sometimes referred to
as a single language, Bihari. These languages, together with several
other related languages, are known as the Bihari languages, which form a
sub-group of the Eastern Zone of Indo-Aryan languages. Magadhi has
approximately 18 million speakers.

It was once mistakenly thought
to be a dialect of Hindi, but has been more recently shown to be
descendant of and very similar to the Eastern Group of Indic languages,
along with Bengali, Assamese, and Oriya. It has a very rich and old
tradition of folk songs and stories. It is spoken in eight districts in
Bihar, three in Jharkhand, and has some speakers in Malda, West Bengal.

Though
the number of speakers in Magadhi is large, it has not been
constitutionally recognized in India. Even in Bihar, Hindi is the
language used for educational and official matters[1] (although
Maithili, a related language also spoken widely in Bihar, is an official
language under the Eighth Schedule to the Constitution of India).
Magahi was legally absorbed under the subordinate label of Hindi in the
1961 Census. Such state and national politics are creating conditions
for language endangerments.[2]
Contents

1 History
2 Magadhi speech area
3 Speakers of Magadhi
4 Scripts and literary tradition
4.1 Weekdays
4.2 Fruits and vegetables
4.3 Family relations
4.4 Spoken trends
5 Phonology
6 Morphology
7 See also
8 References
9 External links

History
Main article: Magadhi Prakrit
See also: Jain Prakrit and Pali

The
ancestor of Magadhi, from which its name derives, Magadhi Prakrit, was
spoken in the eastern Indian subcontinent, in a region spanning what is
now eastern India, Bangladesh, and Nepal. These regions were part of the
ancient kingdom of Magadha, the core of which was the area of Bihar
south of the Ganges. It is believed to be the language spoken by Gautama
Buddha. It was the official language of the Mauryan court, and the
edicts of Ashoka were composed in it.[3]

The name Magahi is
directly derived from the name Magadhi Prakrit, and the educated
speakers of Magahi prefer to call it Magadhi rather than Magahi.[4]

The
development of the Magadhi language into its current form is unknown.
However, language scholars have come to a definite conclusion that
Magadhi, Maithili, Bhojpuri, Bengali, Assamese and Oriya originated from
Magadhi-Prakrit/Ardh-Magadhi during the 8th to 11th centuries AD. These
different dialects differentiated themselves and took their own course
of growth and development. But it is not certain when exactly it took
place. It was probably such an unidentified period during which modern
Indian languages begin to take modern shape. By the end of 12th century,
the development of Apabhramsa reached its climax. Gujrathi, Marathi,
Bengali, Assamese, Oriya, Maithili, etc. tool a definite shape in their
literary writings in the beginning of the 14th century. The distinct
shape of Magadhi can be seen in the Dohakosha written by Sidh-Sarahapa
and Sidh-Kauhapa. Magadhi had a setback due to the transition period of
Magadha administration.[5] Traditionally, strolling bards recite long
epic poems in this dialect, and it was because of this that the word
‘Magadhi’ came to mean ‘a bard’. Kaithi is the script generally used for
it. The pronunciation in Magahi is not as broad as in Maithili and
there are a number of verbal forms for each person.[6] Historically,
Magahi had no famous written literature. There are many popular songs
throughout the area in which the language is spoken, and strolling bards
recite various long epic poems which are known more or less over the
whole of Northern India. In Magahi spoken area folk singers sing a good
number of ballads.

Even though the number of speakers of Magadhi
is quite large, it has not been constitutionally recognized in India.
Even in Bihar, Hindi is the language used for educational and official
matters.[1] Magahi was legally absorbed under the subordinate label of
“HINDI” in the 1961 Census. Such state and national politics are
creating conditions for language endangerments.[2]

The first
success for spreading Hindi occurred in Bihar in 1881, when Hindi
displaced Urdu as the sole official language of the province. In this
struggle between competing Hindi and Urdu, the potential claims of the
three large mother tongues in the region - Magahi, Bhojpuri and Maithili
were ignored. After independence, Hindi was again given the sole
official status through the Bihar Official Language Act, 1950.[7]

Magadhi speech area
Magahi folk singers

Magadhi
is spoken in the area which formed the core of the ancient kingdom of
Magadha - the modern districts of Patna, Nalanda, Gaya, Jehanabad,
Arwal, Aurangabad, Lakhisarai, Sheikhpura and Nawada. Magahi is bounded
on the north by the various forms of Maithili spoken in Tirhut across
the Ganga. On the west it is bounded by the Bhojpuri, On the northeast
it is bounded by Maithili and Angika. The total geographical area
covered by Magahi is much larger today.[4] A blend of Magahi and Bengali
known as Kharostha (Khortha) is spoken by non-tribal populace in North
Chotanagpur division of Jharkhand which comprises districts of Bokaro,
Chatra, Dhanbad, Giridih, Hazaribagh, Koderma and Ramgarh. Khortha
language is often regarded as the rough dialectal variant of Bengali and
it serves as the medium of communication between the tribals and
non-tribals in North Chotanagpur division of Jharkhand.
Speakers of Magadhi

The
number of Magadhi speakers is difficult to indicate because of
unreliable sources. In the urban Magahi region, most educated speakers
of the language name Hindi as their language because this is what they
use in formal contexts and believe it to be the appropriate response
because of unawareness. The uneducated and the rural population of the
region return Hindi as the generic name for their language.People of
Southern Bihar and Northern Jharkhand(the area of central undivided
Bihar and jharkhand) are mostly speakers of Magadhi language.[4] Current
estimates indicate approximately 18 million Magadhi speakers.
Scripts and literary tradition

Magadhi
is generally written using Devanagari script. A later-developed script
of Magadhi is Kaithi.[6] There have been efforts by scholars in the
Magahi area to explore and identify a literary tradition for Magadhi.
Magadhi has a rich tradition of folk literature, and in modern times
there have been various activities in the publication of literary
writing. Magahi Parishad was established in Patna in 1952, which was
renamed Bihar Magahi Mandal. Magadhi, a journal, was started at the same
time, which was renamed Bihan, meaning “tomorrow” or the coming dawn.
This time magadhi is published by akhil bhartiya magahi bhasa sammelan.
it is headed by Kavi Yogesh[8]., who lead Magahi movement. Another very
famous monthly journal was started by Magahi Academy, Gaya edited by Dr.
Ram Prasad Singh, a well-known writer.He also got Sahitya Academy Award
for his contribution. He is famous writer of thirty-five books,
commonly known as ‘Magahi Ke Bhartendu’. Dr. Ram Prasad Singh Sahitya
Puraskar has been awarded every year on his birthday (10 July) to
renowned writers of Hindi & Folk literature. Nalanda Open University
offers various courses on Magahi.[9]
Weekdays
English Magahi/Magadhi मगही/मगधि Hindi Urdu
Sunday Eitwaar एतवार Ravivwaar Eitwaar
Monday Somaar सोमार Somwaar Peer
Tuesday Mangal मंगर Mangalwaar Mangal
Wednesday Budhh बुध Buddhwaar Budhh
Thursday Barashpat/Bife बिफे Guruwaar Jumeraat
Friday Sookar/Sook/Juma सूक / जुमा Shukrawaar Jumma
Saturday Sunicher सनिचर Shaniwaar Sunicher
Fruits and vegetables
English Magahi/Magadhi मगहि/मगधि English Magahi/Magadhi मगहि/मगधि
Mango Aam आम Apple Seo सेव
Orange Narangi/Santola /Kewla नारंगी/संतोला/केवला Lemon Lemu लेमू
Grapefruit; pomelo Mausmi/ मौसमी Papaya Papita पपीता
Guava Amdur अमदुर Melon Jaamun जामुन
Sweet Potato Shataalu शतालु Pomegranate Anaar अनार
Grape Angoor अंगूर Custard apple Shareefa शरीफा
Banana Keraa केरा Lytchee Litchi लीची
Tomato Tamaatar टमाटर Jackfruit Katahar कटहर
Jack Fruit Bhuikatahar भुईकटहर
Family relations
English Magahi/Magadhi मगहि/मगधि
Father Baabuji / Baba/ Bava बाबूजी/ बाबा/ बावा
Mother Maiya/Maay मईया/माय
Sister Bahin / Didi दीदी/बहिन
Brother Bhaai / Bhaiya भाई/भईया
Grandfather Baaba/Daada दादा
Grandmother Daadi/Maama दादी
Spoken trends

Addition of “Waa” or “eeya” to nouns and sometimes verbs

For male nouns:
In Hindi with Magahi/Magadhi style – “सलमनवा के पास एगो मोटरसाइकिल है”
In true Magahi/Magadhi language - “सलमनवा के एगो मोटरसाइकिल हई”
English translation – Salman has a motorcycle.
English in Magahi/Magadhi style – Salmanwa has a motorcycle.

For female nouns:
In Hindi with Magahi/Magadhi style – “रिमवा रिया सेनवा के बहन है”
In true Magahi/Magadhi language - “रिमवा रिया सेनवा के बहिन हई”
English translation – Rimi is the sister of Riya sen
English in Magahi/Magadhi style – Rimwa is the sister of Riya senwa.

In Hindi with Magahi/Magadhi style – “लठीया चला के तोर कपरवे फोर देंगे”
In true Magahi/Magadhi language - “लठीया चला के तोहर/तोर कपरवे फोर देम ”
English translation – (I’ll) throw the baton and crack your skull
English in Magahi/Magadhi style – (I’ll) throw the batowa and crack your skullwa.

In Hindi with Magahi/Magadhi style – “जानते हो, मोहना का बाप मर गया है”
In true Magahi/Magadhi language - “जानअ ह, मोहना के बाप / बाबूजी / बाबा /बावा मर् गेलथिन/गेलवा”
English translation – You know, Mohan’s dad has died
English in Magahi/Magadhi style – You know, Mohanwa’s dad has died

Apart from these all other females names and other nouns get “waa” in their ends.

Addition of “eeye” or “ey” in adverbs, adjectives and pronouns

In Hindi with Magahi/Magadhi style – हम बहुत नजदिके से आ रहें है
In true Magahi/Magadhi language – हम/हमनी बहुत नजदिके (बहुते नज़दीक) से आवईत हिवअ/ आ रहली हे
English translation – We are coming from a very near place
English in Magahi/Magadhi style – We are coming from a very nearey place.

Within
Magahi, one can find lot of variation while moving from one area to
other, mainly end of the sentence is with a typical tone like Hiva,
thau, hein etc. It is a rich language with lot of difference one can see
while saying something with respect to elder or one with peer or
younger.

Magahi is a language of the common people in area in and
around Patna. It has few indigenous written literature, though a number
of folk-tales and popular songs have been handed down for centuries
from mouth to mouth and this remain main form of knowledge transfer in
literature. Strolling bards also known by name “Bhad” recite long epic
poems in this dialect, and sing verses in honor of the heroic
achievements of legendary princes and brave men of ancient time like
“Alha aur udal”. But no manuscriptic text has been seen except that
nowadays people have given it a book form.

One sample of folk song is given below.

Goar Gaura parvati
Sankar jee kariya
Maiya ge sankar jee ke ajbi rahaniya
Ho, Maiya ge Sankar jee ke ajbi rahaniya

गोर गौरा पारवती
शंकर जी करिया
मैया गे, शंकर जी के अज्बी रहनिया
हो, मैया गे शंकर जी के अज्बी रहनिया
Phonology

Research work done in this field:

Dr Saryu Prasad - “A Descriptive Study of Magahi Phonology”, Ph.D. thesis submitted to Patna University.
Dr A.C. Sinha (1966) - “Phonology and Morphology of Magahi Dialect”, Ph.D. thesis submitted to University of Poona.

Morphology

Research
work done in this field: Dr A.C. Sinha (1966) - “Phonology and
Morphology of Magahi Dialect”, Ph.D. thesis submitted to University of
Poona.
See also

Bihari languages
Bihar
Magadha
Bhojpuri language
Maithili language
Culture of Magadh Region
Culture of Bhojpuri Region
Culture of Mithila Region
Culture of Angika Region

References

^ a b “History of Indian Languages”. Diehardindian.com. Retrieved 2012-02-29.
^
a b Verma, Mahandra K.. “Language Endangerment and Indian languages :
An exploration and a critique”. Linguistic Structure and Language
Dynamics in South Asia.
^ Bashan A.L., The Wonder that was India, Picador, 2004, pp.394
^ a b c Jain Dhanesh, Cardona George, The Indo-Aryan Languages, pp449
^ Maitra Asim, Magahi Culture, Cosmo Publications, New Delhi (1983), pp. 64
^ a b “Maithili and Magahi”. Retrieved 2011.
^ Brass Paul R., The Politics of India Since Independence, Cambridge University Press, pp. 183
^ मृत्युंजय कुमार. “मागधी”. Magadhee.blogspot.com. Retrieved 2012-02-29.
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External links

Magahi - A Historical language
Magadhi at The Rosetta Project
Jain Scriptures
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suitable for babies, children, teens, and adults who need slow,
beautiful, soft, soothing music to assist them to fall asleep. See them
as a form of sleep meditation or sleep hypnosis gently easing you into
that wonderful relaxing world of healing sleep.

24Relax also
composes Study Music, Meditation Music, Healing Music, Reiki Music, Zen
Music, Spa Music, Yoga Music and Instrumental Music.

Rain and Native American Flute Music for Dreaming, Sleep, Relaxing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGpWf

Relaxing Live Sleep Music with Beautiful Nature for Studying, Work, Relaxation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZiWV9
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Live relaxing music, rain, thunder and native american flute music. Rain sounds and soothing sleep music to…

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