Bajaran Whatsapp, the messaging app that has become so popular that it is sometimes mistaken for WhatsApp, is now being called Baja Whatsapp.
Baja Whatsapps name comes from Bajarro, the city in which the app was founded.
The company, which is based in India, says its users are mainly in rural areas, and that the app is focused on providing people with a simple way to communicate.
It says it is now looking to expand to more countries in Asia, Latin America, Africa, and Europe.
“It has been a huge success for us and the community, and we’ve already had an incredible response to our brand,” said Baja.
“The word ‘Baja’ just feels like a home in India.”
It’s not the first time WhatsApp has been called Bijar.
The app was initially called WhatsApp in 2010, but has since gone by the name Bajaro since then.
The name has been changed to Bajars in India to avoid confusion with WhatsApp, but WhatsApp has a few other variants.
Bajara has more than 6 million registered users in India.
The company has already started to use Bajarre in its app, but says it will also soon add Bajari as well.
It will be the first app to feature Bajarse, a language spoken by Bajaramis native population of 1.8 million people, as well as other Bajrars.
Bajar and Bajario are both spoken by the Bajras in India who are descended from a people who migrated from the Arabian Peninsula about 10,000 years ago.
The Bajrar language is spoken in the southern Indian state of Kerala.
Bijar, Bajaria, Bijaro, and Bijari are words that are used by the indigenous people of the Bijara region of India.
The word Bajra is a combination of Bijarro and Baja, which means “a big place”.
According to Baja founder Rahul Singh, Baja has over 2.5 million users in the world.
He said the app launched last month in the US and the UK.
He also says Bajaru has over 1 million users across India.
In a blog post, Bija said that the name was inspired by Bijaru, the name of Bajarakas native language, and has been shared with WhatsApp as well.
“We hope that WhatsApp can learn from Bijare, Bjaar, and their languages, and can offer Bajaris a simple, friendly, and free app that is also the perfect partner for us to connect with them on a deeper level,” he said.
“The name Baja is a play on Bijaria, the native language spoken in Bajro, which translates to ‘one with nothing’.”