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|Native to||Pakistan, India|
|Region||Pothohar region, Azad Kashmir and Poonch (Jammu and Kashmir)|
|Native speakers||2.5 million including Dhundi-Kairali, Chibhali, & Punchhi, but perhaps not 1.04 million Mirpuri (2007)e18|
|ISO 639-3||phr (includes other dialects)|
Punjabi–Lahnda dialects. Pothohari is center-north.
References[change | change source]
- "Western Panjabi". Ethnologue. http://www.ethnologue.com/subgroups/western-panjabi. Retrieved 21 July 2016.
- Bailey, Rev. T. Grahame. 1904. Panjabi Grammar. Lahore: Punjab Government Press.
- Rahman, Tariq. 1997. Language and Ethnicity in Pakistan. Asian Survey, 1997 Sep., 37(9):833-839.
- Javaid, Umbreen. 2004. Saraiki political movement: its impact in south Punjab. Journal of Research (Humanities), 40(2): 55–65. Lahore: Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of the Punjab. (This PDF contains multiple articles from the same issue.)