Madaklashti

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Madaklashti
مدگلاشتی (Madagalāšti)
Native toPakistan
EthnicityTajiks
Native speakers
3,000[1]
Arabic script (Nastaliq)
Official status
Official language in
 Pakistan
Language codes
ISO 639-1tg
ISO 639-2tgk
ISO 639-3tgk
Glottologtaji1245
Linguasphere58-AAC-ci
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Madaklashti is a variety of Persian spoken in Chitral, Pakistan. It is spoken by the Tajiks of Pakistan and is almost identical to Dari in neighboring Afghanistan.[2]

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