According to the 1991 census, the total population of Dhundari speakers is 965,008.
Dhundari is classified as Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan, Central Zone, Rajasthani, Marwari. Alternative names for Dhundari are Dhundhali, Dhundhahdi, Jhadshahi boli, and Kai-kui boli and Jaipuri. Jaipuri was coined by the European scholars such as MacAlister and Grierson Abraham. Ethnologue adds Dhundari-Marwari (Gordon 2005) to this language.
MacAlister completed the grammatical analysis in February 24, 1884. Books such as Moksha Marga Prakashak have been written in Dhundari by Acharyakalpa Pt.Todarmalji on Jain philosophy . The Serampore missionaries translated the New Testament into Jaipuri proper in 1815. It is not known whether there are any extant copies of the New Testament translation.
The sentence structure is SOV. No systematic language development is carried out in this language.