(Last Updated on : 16/01/2015)
Sindhi is an important language belonging to Indo Aryan language family with a huge population concentrated in various regions of western India like Maharashtra, Gujarat
, Andhra Pradesh
. Sindhi speakers are found also in provinces such as Bihar
, Madhya Pradesh
, Tamil Nadu
, Uttar Pradesh
. As per report of MARC survey, Sindhi speakers are 2,678,000 in India in the year 1986. World population of Sindhi speakers is 19,675,000.
Dialects of Sindhi language are quite enriched widely spoken in all the Sindhi speaking provinces. Sindhi has a huge vocabulary, which is being admired by a number of Sindhi writers, literauts and poetry. Arabic and Gurumukhi scripts are popularly used for Sindhi write-ups.
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