Rajasthani language

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Native toIndia, Pakistan
RegionRajasthan and areas of neighbouring Indian states; also spoken in some areas of Sindh and Punjab provinces in Pakistan
Native speakers
100 million (2023)
Early form
Standard forms
Gujarati script, Mahajani script (official;original)
Official status
Official language in
Language codes
ISO 639-2raj
ISO 639-3raj
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Rajasthani language belongs to the Indo-Aryan languages group. It is estimated to be spoken by 100 million speakers throughout the world. Rajasthan, Panjab, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana and Gujarat are the states where Rajasthani language is spoken. In Pakistan, Provinces of Sindh and Panjab. Rajasthani language is descended from the Old Gujarati language.

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