Barajally ( spelling variant: Barajalli and Barajali, also Barajally Kunda and Barajally Suba ) is a village in the West African nation of Gambia.
According to a calculation for 2013 there live about 726 inhabitants. The result of the last published census in 1993 amounted to 656
Barajally lies on the north bank of the Gambia River in the Central River Region District Niani. The place, some 240 kilometers from the capital Banjul is located approximately 1.7 km away from the river bank, close to the river is Barajally Tenda.
In 1985, the birthplace of former President Jawara was declared a National Monument.
From the river, already is seeing the striking minaret of the mosque of the village.
Sons and daughters of the town
- Dawda Jawara (* 1924), Gambia's first president