Seraiki and Panjistani languages

by Sarvar_Gill » November 2nd, 2011, 3:18 pm

Saraiki is a self-designed term coined in 1970's.. people from other parts of Pakistan (especially Sindh) still call them South-western Punjabis...

They use this term "Saraiki" to cover the wider region (Multani, Derewali, Bahawalpuri, Thalochi and sometimes Jhangochi and Shahpuri also)... Similar new term is "Panjistani" coined in 2000's (by mohammad afzal and some other people), it covers Pothohari, Mirpuri and sometimes Dhanni also...


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