|Region||Southern Punjab, Northern Sindh, and Eastern Balochistan (Khetrani)|
|17 million (2007)|
|Persian alphabet, Laṇḍā scripts particularly Gurumukhi, Devanagari script, Langdi script|
|Regulated by||No official regulation|
Saraiki (sometimes spelled Siraiki and Seraiki) is a language of Pakistan. It belongs to the Indo-Aryan language group, spoken by Saraiki people. It is spoken by about 26 million people as of 2017. Saraiki is native to south of Punjab province. Saraiki is also spoken Sindh, Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces of Pakistan. Many linguists consider it a mix of Punjabi and Sindhi.
The word Saraiki is probably derived from the Sindhi word Siraiki, which means dialect/language of Serai.