Sindhi language

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Sindhi
سنڌي,, Sindhī
Native toPakistan, India. Also Hong Kong, Oman, Philippines, Singapore, UAE, UK, USA
RegionSindh and Gujarat
Native speakers
54.3 million
Indo-European
Arabic, Devanagari
Official status
Official language in
Sindh, Pakistan
Gujarat, India
Regulated bySindhi Language Authority (Pakistan)
Language codes
ISO 639-1sd
ISO 639-2snd
ISO 639-3snd
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Dogri
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Kannada
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Maithili
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Nepali
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Odia (Oriya)
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Punjabi
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Sanskrit
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Sindhi
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Tamil
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Urdu

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Official languages of India
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Sindhi ( سنڌي, Sindhī) is the language of the Sindh region of South Asia, which is a province of Pakistan. It is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by about 41 million people in Pakistan and 2 million in the Republic of India.[1] It was the "mother tongue" of Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

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