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Sometimes [[Thali]] dialect of Bhakker and Layyah district is also classified in this cluster but that has great closeness to "shahpuri" dialect of central punjab. So total number of saraiki dialect speaking districts in Punjab are seven, in Sindh are ten, in Balouchistan are six and in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are three. Overall total in Pakistan is twenty six.
 
Sometimes [[Thali]] dialect of Bhakker and Layyah district is also classified in this cluster but that has great closeness to "shahpuri" dialect of central punjab. So total number of saraiki dialect speaking districts in Punjab are seven, in Sindh are ten, in Balouchistan are six and in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are three. Overall total in Pakistan is twenty six.
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==Examples of differences in Standard Punjabi (Western and Eastern Punjabi) and related dialects or languages==
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{| class="wikitable" border="1"
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|-
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! English
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! [[Majhi dialect|Majhi]] or Standard Punjabi.
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(Central Punjab of [[Pakistan]] and [[India]])
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! [[Pothohari language|Pothohari]]
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(Northern parts of [[Punjab Province (Pakistan)|Punjab Province]] and [[Azad Kashmir]])
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! [[Saraiki language|Seraiki]] or [[Multani language|Multani]].
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(Southern parts of [[Punjab Province (Pakistan)|Punjab Province]])
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|-
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! What are you doing? (masculine)
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| Ki karda ain?/ki karan deya ain?/ki karda pya ain?
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| Ka karne uo?
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| kay karenda paen?
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|-
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! What are you doing? (masculine to address female)
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| Ki kardi ain?/ki karan dayi ain?/ki kardi payi ain?
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| Ka karani ay?
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| kay karendi paen?
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|-
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! How are you?
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| Ki haal ae?
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| Keh aal e?
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| Kiven haal e (tuhaaɗa)?
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|-
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! Do you speak Punjabi?
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| Tusi Punjabi Bol lainde o ?
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| Punjabii bolne uo?
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| Tussan panjabi ɓol/alaa ghindo?
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|-
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! Where are you from?
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| Tusi kithon de o?/Tusi kidron aaye o?
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| Tusa kudhr nay aiyo?
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| Tussan kitho de hivve?
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|-
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! Pleased to meet you
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| Tenu/tuanu mil ke bahut khushi hoyi
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| Tusan milay tay boo khushi oye
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| Taekun/tuhakun mil ke ɓahun khushi thai e.
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|-
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! What's your name?
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| Tuada naa ki ae?
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| Tusan naa ke aa?
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| Tuhaɗa naan kay e?
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|-
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! My name is ...
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| Mera naa ain...
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| Mara naa ... e
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| Maeɗa naan .... e
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|-
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! What is your village's name?
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| Tuade pind/graan da naa ki ae?/ Tuada pind/graan kehda ae?
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| Tusane graana naa ke aa?
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| Tuhaɗi/tuhade jha/khoo da kay naan ae?
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|-
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! Yes
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| Haanji
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| Aaho
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| Jea
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|-
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! No
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| Nay
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| Naa
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| Naan.
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|-
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! Would you like (to eat) some sweets?
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| Mithaee lawoge? / Mithaee Khawoge?
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| Mithaee khaso?
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| Tussan kisha mithi ghinso/khaoso?
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|-
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! I love you.
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| Main tenu pyaar karda haan
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| Mai tuki pyar karna
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| Maen tuhakun/tuhaɗo pyaar/muhabbat karendan.
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|-
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! We went to the Cinema
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| Assin Cinema gaye saa
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| Assa cinema gaye saa
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| Assaan sinmaan ɠeyuns/ɠaye haase.
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|-
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! Where should I go?
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| Mainu kitthe jana chahida ae?
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| Mai kudhar jaa
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| Maekun kiɗɗen vaɲɽaan chaeda e?
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|}
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'''Saraiki/Multani''' ([[Shahmukhi]]: {{Nastaliq|سرائیکی}}, [[Gurmukhi]]: ਸਰਾਇਕੀ, [[Devanagari]]: सराइकी), also spelled '''Siraiki''' and '''Seraiki''', is a standardized written language belonging to the [[Indo-Aryan languages|Indo-Aryan]] (Indic) [[language]] family. It is spoken by the [[Saraiki people]] in the Saraiki-speaking regions, also called as [[Saraikistan]], South Punjab of Indian sub-continent. No mention of Saraiki as a unified identity is ever been made before the creation of Pakistan. Saraiki is based on a group of vernacular, historically unwritten dialects spoken by over 18 million people across the [[South Punjab|southern most half and the northwest]] of [[Punjab (Pakistan)|Punjab]] Province, southern districts of [[Dera Ismail Khan]] and [[Tank District|Tank]] of [[Khyber Pakhtunkhwa]] Province, the adjacent border regions of the [[Sindh]] and [[Balochistan, Pakistan|Balochistan]] provinces, and nearly 70,000 migrants and their descendants in [[India]],<ref name="Indianlanguages"/> who migrated as a result of the [[partition of India]], and about a million population of Pakistani and Indian diaspora in different parts of the world especially the [[Middle East]]. Saraiki is also spoken by some [[Hindu]]s in [[Afghanistan]], albeit the total number of speakers there is still unknown.<ref name="Afghan Hindu - Kandahari">{{cite web|url = http://www.siraiki.20fr.com/photo.html| title = Siraiki and Kandhari (Multani)|publisher = Afghan Hindu|accessdate = 2007-12-08|quote=Siraiki is a language which is being spoken from Afghanistan to India .There are several names of this language due to different dialects and areas. Some of these are Multani, Reasti, Hindki, Yaghdali, Western Punjabi, Lahanda, Lahendi, Jatki, Kandhari, Dera wal and also outhern Punjabi etc. In this article I am discussing about Kandhari dialect of Siraiki language which is also being called Multani. Multani is mother language of Hindus of Afghanistan. When Ahmed Shah Abdali king of Afghanistan invaded on Multan, then these Hindus migrated to Afghanistan due to trade with new areas.}}</ref><ref name="Afghanistan">{{cite web|title=Pakistan/India/Afghanistan: Multani language; extent to which it is used by Hindus in Afghanistan|url=http://www.unhcr.org/refworld/docid/3df4bed320.html|accessdate=8 April 2012|quote=Hindus have always lived in Afghanistan. That's one reason why they call themselves Kandharis and not Multanis and Seraikies. Some of the old temples in the area also point to this theory. The word Kandh in Seraiki means wall. Kandahar used to have many walls. The Hilmand river flowing in that area was labelled "Rud-e-hind-wa-sind" by Arabic manuscripts. Before the influx of Pashtoons the inhabitants of Kandahar spoke Seraiki. The Pashtoons labelled their language "Jataki". The language spoken by Afghan Hindus in Kandahar known as Kandhari is probably "Jataki".}}</ref>
 
'''Saraiki/Multani''' ([[Shahmukhi]]: {{Nastaliq|سرائیکی}}, [[Gurmukhi]]: ਸਰਾਇਕੀ, [[Devanagari]]: सराइकी), also spelled '''Siraiki''' and '''Seraiki''', is a standardized written language belonging to the [[Indo-Aryan languages|Indo-Aryan]] (Indic) [[language]] family. It is spoken by the [[Saraiki people]] in the Saraiki-speaking regions, also called as [[Saraikistan]], South Punjab of Indian sub-continent. No mention of Saraiki as a unified identity is ever been made before the creation of Pakistan. Saraiki is based on a group of vernacular, historically unwritten dialects spoken by over 18 million people across the [[South Punjab|southern most half and the northwest]] of [[Punjab (Pakistan)|Punjab]] Province, southern districts of [[Dera Ismail Khan]] and [[Tank District|Tank]] of [[Khyber Pakhtunkhwa]] Province, the adjacent border regions of the [[Sindh]] and [[Balochistan, Pakistan|Balochistan]] provinces, and nearly 70,000 migrants and their descendants in [[India]],<ref name="Indianlanguages"/> who migrated as a result of the [[partition of India]], and about a million population of Pakistani and Indian diaspora in different parts of the world especially the [[Middle East]]. Saraiki is also spoken by some [[Hindu]]s in [[Afghanistan]], albeit the total number of speakers there is still unknown.<ref name="Afghan Hindu - Kandahari">{{cite web|url = http://www.siraiki.20fr.com/photo.html| title = Siraiki and Kandhari (Multani)|publisher = Afghan Hindu|accessdate = 2007-12-08|quote=Siraiki is a language which is being spoken from Afghanistan to India .There are several names of this language due to different dialects and areas. Some of these are Multani, Reasti, Hindki, Yaghdali, Western Punjabi, Lahanda, Lahendi, Jatki, Kandhari, Dera wal and also outhern Punjabi etc. In this article I am discussing about Kandhari dialect of Siraiki language which is also being called Multani. Multani is mother language of Hindus of Afghanistan. When Ahmed Shah Abdali king of Afghanistan invaded on Multan, then these Hindus migrated to Afghanistan due to trade with new areas.}}</ref><ref name="Afghanistan">{{cite web|title=Pakistan/India/Afghanistan: Multani language; extent to which it is used by Hindus in Afghanistan|url=http://www.unhcr.org/refworld/docid/3df4bed320.html|accessdate=8 April 2012|quote=Hindus have always lived in Afghanistan. That's one reason why they call themselves Kandharis and not Multanis and Seraikies. Some of the old temples in the area also point to this theory. The word Kandh in Seraiki means wall. Kandahar used to have many walls. The Hilmand river flowing in that area was labelled "Rud-e-hind-wa-sind" by Arabic manuscripts. Before the influx of Pashtoons the inhabitants of Kandahar spoke Seraiki. The Pashtoons labelled their language "Jataki". The language spoken by Afghan Hindus in Kandahar known as Kandhari is probably "Jataki".}}</ref>
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Reporter: Mark (anonymous)
Date: Thursday, the 12th of May 2016 at 08:38:45 AM
Status: Reported
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