Bhojpuri community/ Bhojpuri language:
There are approximately 150 million Bhojpuri speakers worldwide. Intellectuals of Bhojpuri community have been genuinely concerned about the threats that Bhojpuri language(or culture) faces by more popular languages surrounding Bhojpuri regions in India and in several other countries such as Fiji, Mauritius, Surinam and West Indies. A 1986 article entitled "Discontinuity in a Life Cycle, The Death of Trinidad Bhojpuri" in the Journal of Linguistic Society of America talks about the decline Bhojpuri in Trinidad.
A mathematical model and numerical simulation, based on "engendered spices model", Dr. Sunil Tiwari, Professor of Mathematics at Sonoma State University, whose is also one of the Board Members of Bhojpuri Parivar, concluded that if no additional effort is made to preserve Bhojpuri as a language then, in 100 years' time, Bhojpuri language will disintegrate and most of the words and phrases will either go extinct or will be absorbed by other competing languages.
As of now we have just have a solid foundation in Southern California, predominantly in Los Angeles area and Silicon Valley. Our goal is to unite the fragmented architecture of various organization that work toward the common goal of promoting Bhojpuri language, culture and traditions, on the West Coast before expanding into other geographies.