Bhojpuri has been the subject of scientific study since the mid nineteenth century. Bhojpuri belongs to Indo European languages family of Indo Aryan eastern group Bihari language.
The distance between the elaborate and restricted speech codes of Bhojpuri ha not widened to the same degree, but the tendency towards standardization of the elaborate code is fostered by the academy in this language too. Standardization is felt to be necessary for printing books and journals; it is also necessary for the teaching and learning of the language. The variety of Bhojpuri available for standardization is naturally the elaborate variety characteristic of the upper caste/class Bhojpuri speakers.”
Thus we can say that Bhojpuri needed a major movement for the standardization to survive and progress. This research work aims at the vital point of how these migrated labourers struggled to keep their language and culture alive.