Gujari language

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Native to Pakistan, India
Native speakers 990,000  (1992–2000)
Language family
Language codes
ISO 639-3 gju
Dialects of Punjabi

Gojri, also known as 'Gujari' is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by the Gurjars, or Gujjars of Northern Pakistan and the Republic of India. It is classified as a form or dialect of Rajasthani by the linguists.

The language is mainly spoken in the Punjab provinces of Hindustan and Pakistan and also in Jammu & Kashmir, it is most closely related to Marwari and Gujarati.