Saraiki is a member of the Lahnda branch of Indo-Aryan languages and spoken by about 17 million people mainly in the central Pakistan provinces of Sindh and Punjab, and also in India, mainly in the state of Punjab.
Saraiki is also known as Siraiki, Seraiki, Multani, Lahndi and Western Punjabi, and is considered by some to be a dialect of Punjabi.
In Pakistan Saraiki is written with a version of Perso-Arabic alphabet, while in India the Gurmukhi and Devanagari alphabets are used, especially by Hindus.
Information about Saraiki alphabet and pronunciation complied by Wolfram Siegel
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