- Thanks. I'll go with "Powari" and move this to draft space under that title for now. -- RoySmith (talk) 17:26, 23 August 2018 (UTC)
- Hmmm, Powari already exits as a dab page, so Powari language, I guess. -- RoySmith (talk) 17:28, 23 August 2018 (UTC)
|Bhoyari pawari / powari|
|325,772 (2011 census)|
Census results conflate some speakers with Hindi.
The Powari language|, also known as Bhoyari pawari is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by bhoyar-vainganga Powar in the Betul, Chhindwara, Balaghat, Seoni, Gondia, Bhandara, wardha region of Central Provinces and Berar India.
An independent language belonging to the western Hindi subgroup, Pawari(Bhoyari)/Powari is one of the languages designated as a 'dialect of malvi' by the Indian Census Report of 2011
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